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A safe and professional psychological service for those who want support regarding psychedelics, plant medicines, and their emotional health and wellbeing.

Our goal is to ensure that the Australian community has access to highly qualified and ethical allied and integrative health professionals so they can make safe and informed choices about their mental health in regard to psychedelics and plant medicines.

What we offer?

*We understand that discussing mental health, psychedelics and plant medicines can be a sensitive topic. We value privacy, safety and your personal information.

Referral Process

You can choose to obtain a referral from your GP so that you can access Medicare rebates. Or you can make contact directly and pay fee for service

We are building a network of psychedelic and plant medicine aware GPs.  If you require support obtaining a GP provider who you can work with please make contact with us for a potential referral.

Who is eligible?

Adults 18 years and over who  plan on utilising psychedelics or plant medicines for growth or resolving personal issues (e.g. depression, anxiety, trauma, grief and loss, existential and spiritual issues)  who would like the opportunity to consult with a professional person first


Anyone who has used psychedelics or plant medicine and would like the opportunity for integration of their experiences in an individual or group setting.

Youth can access counselling, assessment and diagnostic services with the consent of a parent/guardian and referral from GP.

Unfortunately at this time, psychedelic-assisted psychotherapy is not available for people with bipolar disorders, borderline personality, schizophrenia and psychosis due to the lack of research in these areas. We will update you on the science as the field progresses.


Get in touch. If you have any questions, please complete the form below and we will aim to email you back within 48 hours. If you would like to talk on the phone this requires an appointment to be made.

Eligibility Requirements and other FAQs

Click here to learn more about eligibility requirements and referral pathways for our services.


Mind Medicine Australia does not encourage or facilitate illegal use of psychedelics or plant medicines. The MMA team of psychologists and allied health professionals provide psychedelic-aware psychological services to help support the mental health and wellbeing of Australians.

Our MMA clinical team has specialised knowledge and training in psychedelics such as Mescaline, LSD, Psilocybin, Iboga, DMT and MDMA. If you require psychological support for alcohol, opioids or amphetamines please speak to your GP.


Contact a member of the MMA clinical team to discuss your individual needs.

Medicare rebates and bulk billing for concession card holders may be available.


Get in touch. If you have any questions, please complete the form below and we will call you back.

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In an emergency

MMA is not a crisis mental health service. If you require immediate mental health support, please call 000 or your local mental health crisis assessment team.

Allied health professionals would you like to work with our team?

Please contact MMA psychological services Practice Manager Dr Alana Roy PhD (Psych & MHSW) at: to discuss how you may be able to become involved in MMA psychological team.

Additional Resources

MMA Psychological Services Team

Learn more about our therapists

Legal Psychedelic Medicine Centres

View list of overseas centres

Psychological Support Services – Questions and Facts

View our FAQ page

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