Answer some questions about your health.
Get a recommended treatment plan from an Australian doctor.
Sit back while your treatment is delivered to your door.
Answer some questions about your health.
Select a psychologist that meets your needs.
Claim up to 85% of the fee back from Medicare if eligible*
*Need to have a current and valid mental healthcare plan/review from your local GP. Onus is on you to ensure that there are sessions available for claiming under the plan/review.
Mosh has individually vetted our psychologists, who are all Australian and fully qualified. We have both registered and clinical psychologists with a wide range of specialties.
Mosh psychologists are experienced in treating clients with a range of mental health issues, including: depression, anxiety, low self-esteem, stress management, post traumatic stress, adjustment to major life changes, other mood disorders, difficulties with sexuality/gender, grief/loss, psychosis, drug and alcohol abuse, addictions, sleep disorders, relationship issues, career dissatisfaction/workplace conflict, financial difficulties, parenting difficulties and more.
Mosh psychologists are trained in a variety of therapeutic approaches including cognitive behaviour therapy (CBT), psychodynamic therapy, dialectical behavioural therapy (DBT), acceptance and commitment therapy (ACT), schema therapy and mindfulness.
Get your first psychologist consult for free, even without a GP referral.
You can either pay the full fee or claim a rebate from Medicare. The out-of-pocket costs of our sessions are outlined below.
If you have a current and valid Mental Health Care Plan (MHCP) from your GP and a Medicare card, you can claim up to 85% of your Mosh psychologist consult cost for 20 sessions.
Tens of thousands of people have trusted Mosh with their healthcare needs and we take pride in providing the best service.
Patient notes are encrypted & data storage is audited by independent bodies to maintain safety.
All your consultations remain completely confidential between you and your psychologist.
Fully private, online consultations (no awkwardly waiting for your turn at the practice, no judgement) at your convenience.
We're Australian owned and work with Australian registered practitioners. Mosh is also certified by LegitScript.
Using Mosh for both hair loss teatment and my psychologist appointments has been so easy and carefree! The doctors you talk to are super friendly, it's not a daunting experience by any means.
The support you gain is something I will be forever grateful for. I'm becoming a better father, husband and friend.
Thank you so much to Mosh and to be able to access this service it has been a great relief to me. And I had a good experience talking to the GP and the psychologist very easy to talk to.
Excellent service for all men! As a male who suffers from mental health problems having a service that can cater to my needs is hard to find. Mosh most definitely met them needs and exceeded them further then expected.
Very experienced psychologists, identified the problem quickly
A Mental Health Care Plan (MHCP) is a support plan written by your local GP and it is available to anyone who feels they would benefit from psychological support for mental health concerns. A MHCP is usually accompanied by a referral from your GP to see a psychologist.
With a MHCP you can access Medicare rebates to get 20 reduced cost psychology sessions per calendar year at Mosh.
You can easily upload the MHCP and referral document once you sign up and create My Account.
Your first psychology session will be free, even if you don't have a GP referral. This will be applied in the form of a 100% discount at check out when you book your first appointment.
Registered Psychologists usually have at least four years of university training and two years’ supervised experience. Clinical Psychologists have usually undertaken additional university qualifications and supervised training in the area of Clinical psychology.
Both registered and clinical psychologists must also participate in regular education to keep their knowledge and skills up to date. To keep their registration, they must adhere to strict standards and must abide by a strict code of ethics when practising.