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Transdiagnostic Mental Health Research Network

The transdiagnostic approach is the focus on factors shared across people with different mental health diagnoses and across the general population, in order to develop theory, research and practice in relation to mental health and well-being.

We are a network of researchers, clinicians, people with lived experience, service leads, policymakers, commissioners, and a range of other stakeholders, with a common interest in the transdiagnostic approach to mental health.

The Submissions Portal for the 2023 conference is now open!

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Our Aims


To promote collaboration, data sharing and dissemination in order to enhance the quality and availability of research findings with regards to the transdiagnostic approach


To promote debate, discussion and reviews to compare, contrast, integrate and consolidate empirically-grounded and practical, universal theories of mental health and wellbeing


To enhance the global impact of the transdiagnostic approach in terms of treatments, interventions, service delivery, policy and public awareness

Latest Blogs on the Transdiagnostic Approach...

The History of the Transdiagnostic Approach

by Professor Warren Mansell, Curtin University, and Professor Sara Tai, University of Manchester The transdiagnostic…

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Transdiagnostic Interventions

by Dr Isabeau Tindall, Curtin University, and Professor Warren Mansell, Curtin University Transdiagnostic mental health…

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