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Mental Health

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Conversations with mental health experts. We speak to psychologists, psychiatrists, counselors, doctors, therapists and more. Their stories highlight the importance of thinking and talking about the mind - both for ourselves and to better understand those close to us. Submit episode questions to


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Latest Episodes

Today we’re speaking with Professor Sean Drummond, a sleep expert, Cognitive Neuroscientist and Clinical Psychologist at the Turner Institute for Brain and Mental Health at Monash University. more

21 days ago

Today we’re speaking with Dr. Jarrod White, a Clinical Psychologist working in private practice at The Viewpoint clinic in Caulfield Melbourne. During Dr. White's research he had the opportunity to conduct face to face interviews with holocaust survi... more

2 months ago

Today we speak with Professor Paul Fitzgerald who has been involved in the development, evaluation and clinical implementation of new treatments for mental health disorders for 2 decades. He pioneered the use of TMS in Australia and is internationall... more

3 months ago


4.9 out of 5 stars from 31 ratings
  • Excellent and relevant podcast

    The podcast is very interesting and interesting to listen to. I was wondering if you could discuss recommended resources with the practitioners you interview and then put them in the show notes so listeners can seek out further information on how to apply the learning to their practice. Thanks so much. I’d love an episode on working with adolescents with significant mental health issues, covering how to get adolescents to engage with counselling when they’re resistant.

    Apple Podcasts
    Australia3 months ago
  • Insightful and Necessary

    The more mediums there are that bring up and normalise the topic of mental health the better. Love how this podcast delves into more than just the everyday surface level topics surrounding mental health - the nitty gritty ugly aspects of mental health is what needs to be normalised so that those going through it feel as though they can reach out for support and know they are not alone - keep up the great work talklink!

    Apple Podcasts
    Australiaa year ago
  • Great listen and very insightful

    Great podcast with very interesting guests. more

    Apple Podcasts
    Australiaa year ago
  • A worthwhile listen

    Very informative podcasts. The information on these podcasts presented by the mental health experts, are great and useful for anyone. Highly recommend it.

    Apple Podcasts
    Australiaa year ago
  • Explores some interesting topics not often spoken about

    I love the variety there is in this podcast regarding different mental health issues. There are also some really interesting discussions held with some very interesting people. I particularly appreciated the discussions around addiction and BPD and found them to be enlightening and helpful to improve my understanding of people who struggle with these issues. I listen to every weeks podcast and am already looking forward to the next one! Keep them coming!

    Apple Podcasts
    Fascinating and Relevant
    Australiaa year ago

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