MindSpot services

Our services

All our services are free and confidential.

Assessment

Complete an online assessment to learn more about your mental health.

Results

You will get immediate feedback, via an online dashboard.

Consultation

You can make an appointment to speak with a MindSpot therapist about your results and treatment options. Appointments are usually available within 2 business days (we are also open on Saturdays).
If you don’t want a consultation you can self-enrol directly in MindSpot treatment.

Treatment

You can choose between:

  • An online treatment course that targets your symptoms. You will learn core psychological skills which are practical. You can choose to speak to a MindSpot therapist each week to help guide you through the course.
  • Teletherapy sessions with a MindSpot therapist, for up to four sessions.

Read more about treatment

Where to start

If you a ready to start then please complete an online assessment and then schedule a confidential meeting with a MindSpot therapist to discuss the best options for you.

If you want to learn more about what we offer please search our website or call us.

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Who are we?

  • MindSpot is a clinical mental health service. We deliver psychological services via telephone and online to adults across Australia.
  • We employ and train mental health professionals to deliver care.
  • We are part of MQ Health, Macquarie University, and we are funded by the Australian Government.

What do we do?

  • We support people to learn about their mental wellbeing and learn how to manage their symptoms.
  • We aim to teach people key psychological skills to help them become more resilient.
  • Most people using MindSpot are troubled by depression, anxiety, and stress. We also support people with distress due to chronic health conditions.

Things to know

  • We understand that recovery from depression and anxiety can be really hard. We commit to doing everything we can to support you to recover.
  • We believe everyone has a right to excellent mental health care, regardless of location or social status.
  • We believe that recovery often involves making change. Rather than just talking, our treatments teach core psychological skills that help people recover. We expect that you will commit to learning and practicing new skills.
  • To ensure you get the best outcomes, we will ask you each week to answer questions about your symptoms and recovery. These will help us to monitor your safety and recovery and help us give you the best service that we can.
  • We commit to delivering high quality care. You have healthcare rights, but you also have responsibilities, detailed here.
  • We are not perfect and we won’t always get things right. But, we are committed to improving our services. We will regularly ask you to evaluate our services. Please help us to improve by sharing your advice and feedback with us.