Mental Health Care

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Mental Health Support

When you’re struggling with mental health concerns, it’s important to get care that supports you as you heal. As Australia’s largest private provider of mental health services, we’re set up to do just that.


Whether you need help with depression, anxiety, substance misuse, relationship problems, eating disorders, grief or coping with significant change, our team of experienced psychologists, nurses and psychiatrists will work with you to develop a plan and build the right support around you.

Ramsay Mental Health Services

Our Mental Health Clinics are available to support patients with mental health concerns. To visit one of our Mental Health Clinics, a referral from your GP is required.


The referral process varies depending on the type of care you need, as each mental health condition requires different care.


Our Mental Health Clinics provide inpatient and day patient programs as well as some clinics providing Hospital in the Home. We also provide outpatient neurostimulation services inclusive of ECT, transcranial magnetic stimulation (TMS) and some clinics provide ketamine treatment.

If you’re struggling with life’s changes, including relationship issues with family or partners, a psychologist may be right for you. You can see one of our psychologists either as a standalone plan or following psychiatric care with Ramsay Mental Health.


You don’t need a referral to see a psychologist – however if you have been referred to us by your GP on a Mental Health Treatment Plan, you will be able to recover part of the cost of your treatment through Medicare for up to 10 sessions per calendar year. Please note a gap fee also applies, which is payable by you. Psychologists near you.

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Accessing Our Services

You can contact us directly to begin the process. There is no need for a referral from your GP but, if you wish to claim a Medicare rebate covering part of the cost for up to 10 sessions per calendar year, a Mental Health Care Plan from a GP is required. Please note there is a gap fee for Mental Health Care Plan sessions, which is payable by you. Find a Psychologist

Day programs are structured, supportive group settings where you visit the clinic during the day but return home at night.


Our programs are designed to help you build life skills, manage symptoms, and prevent relapse into behaviours that may have caused issues for you – so you can get back to enjoying daily life.


Speak to your GP, psychologist or psychiatrist to determine whether a day program might be right for you. Find out more about getting a referral.

Our inpatient care is a holistic approach to treating not just your mental health concerns but your overall psychological, social and physical health as well. As an inpatient, you would stay at one of our clinics for a period of time.


Our inpatient teams include psychiatrists, psychologists, nurses and other allied health professionals who are there to support you in your recovery.


Speak to your GP, psychologist or psychiatrist to see if inpatient care might be right for you. Find out more about getting a referral

Frequently Asked Questions

With 23 mental health clinics across Australia, nearly 60 years of community service, and a team of world-class specialists, we provide the very best of care for patients with acute mental health care needs, across inpatient, day patient, hospital in the home (some clinics) and outpatient services.


We offer the best of care for your physical, mental and social health, including supportive staff, customised care plans and a fantastic menu of food options.

Psychiatrists are medical doctors who diagnose and treat mental health conditions in the context of physical, psychological and social factors.


Psychologists work to understand the reasons behind what we do and help us to develop strategies to manage our thinking and behaviour.

The minimum age to access Ramsay Mental Health services varies depending on the clinic.


To find out the minimum age for your preferred clinic, please contact their intake team or reception staff.

Firstly, if you need urgent care or are feeling unsafe, that is an emergency and you should call 000 immediately. If you need urgent counselling support and would like to speak to someone right now, please call Lifeline on 13 11 14.


If you are ready to begin your mental health recovery with Ramsay Mental Health, we would love to help you. Please phone your nearest clinic to discuss your options.