A referral is not necessary. Simply contact the Mind Equality Centre to book an appointment. You may wish to speak to your GP to discuss setting up a mental health care treatment plan prior to booking with us, which might assist with accessing subsidised treatment. Please note that we can offer online counselling sessions for those who cannot travel to the centre in Fitzroy North.
p: 1300 054 284 (13 000 LGBTI)
Flexible, competitive fees
Our fees vary according to the practitioner's specialty, but are competitively priced.
All of our practitioners are registered and have Medicare provider numbers, and session fees can be claimed from your private health insurance fund if your extras cover allows.
Subsidised counselling is available to those who qualify. Some services are NDIS fundable.
Call us on 1300 054 284 (13 000 LGBTI) to discuss the option that best meets your circumstances.
Please note a surcharge applies to sessions outside of Mon-Fri 9:00 am - 5:00 pm.
Meet the team
Robyn Ming - Psychologist
Robyn is a clinically trained psychologist with experience working in the healthcare and public sectors, as well as private practice. Robyn is fully registered with AHPRA and is a member of the Australian Psychological Society. She is a registered allied health professional, eligible to provide services under the Medicare Better Access initiative and WorkSafe Victoria. She is experienced in the assessment and treatment of a wide range of mental health issues, including anxiety and mood disorders, LGBTIQ related issues, alcohol and other drugs, psychooncology and chronic illness, post-traumatic stress and adjustment disorders, as well as Axis II disorders. Robyn’s passion is to improve psychological wellbeing within the LGBTIQ community and she is a strong advocate for an increase in services to be made available to those in need.
Josh Muller - Psychologist
Josh is a registered psychologist passionate about LGBTQIA+ health and wellbeing. A member of the Australian Psychological Society, with a background in counselling psychology and wellbeing research, Josh incorporates the latest esearch in positive psychology, neuroscience, and human sexuality research to benefit his clients. He predominantly employs acceptance and commitment therapy, while flexibly drawing from cognitive behavioural therapy, solution-focused therapy, and elements of narrative and schema therapy. He is a proud member of the National LGBTI Health Alliance, volunteers at Victorian Aids Council, and is on the committee for the Melbourne Bisexual Network. Josh’s approach prioritises the client-counsellor relationship and working with clients to achieve meaningful change. His sessions are active, collaborative and dynamic, adapting work to fit the client’s needs.
Monday to Friday 9:00 am - 5:00 pm
We are located at 366 St George's Road, Fitzroy North, right next door to Northside Clinic. The number 11 tram from the city or Preston comes right past us; a convenient way of travel to the centre.
Online counselling appointments are also available for those who can't travel to us.