• Monday: 9:00am - 5:00pm
  • Tuesday: 9:00am - 7:00pm
  • Wednesday: 9:00am - 5:00pm
  • Thursday: 9:00am - 7:00pm
  • Friday: 9:00am - 5:00pm
  • Saturday: Closed
  • Sunday: Closed



3 Riverview Drive, Berri, South Australia 5343
P: (08) 8582 4422 F: (08) 8582 3190

headspace Berri is operated by FocusOne Health. All headspace centres are funded by the Australian Government Department of Health. Administration of funding is carried out by the headspace centre’s local Primary Health Network, in this case, Country SA PHN.

headspace Berri provides free to low cost* health services for young people 12-25 years old in the Riverland region of South Australia. We are an inclusive service and do not discriminate regardless of race, cultural background, religion, sexual orientation, gender, or disability.

headspace Berri wants to work with you to help you with whatever tough time you're going through, and can link in with other services if needed. Whether you want advice, information or just to have a chat, we're here to help.

It's about support for general health, mental health, drug and alcohol issues, and employment and education support. With the help of its dedicated youth friendly staff of Psychologists, Counsellors, Registered Nurses and Intake & Access workers, headspace Berri is a popular one-stop-shop for young people seeking help or advice for life's challenges.

You can access or refer to headspace Berri by phone, dropping in, or via an emailed or faxed referral form. We also accept Mental Health Treatment Plans referrals from your Doctor. You can find more details about referrals below in the 'More Information' section.

*See the 'So is there any cost?' page in the 'more information' section or call (08) 8582 4422 to discuss.

Services available

Mental Health Services


Mental health workers – which may include psychologists, psychiatrists, counsellors and other workers – that can help if you're just not feeling yourself.

Sexual Health Services


Sexual health screenings on site or links to local services. 

Alcohol & Drug Services


Workers either on site or linked to the centre who can assist you with any alcohol or other drug issue. 

Work & Study Services


Workers either on site or linked to the centre who can assist you with work or study opportunities. 

Youth Reference Group


A group of young people who help with events and some decision making at a centre. Ask your centre about getting involved.

Youth Programs


Centres have a range of programs and activities for young people. Just ask your centre what they have on. 

More information

Meet our 2018 hERO Members (Click to show below) (Click to hide below)

Meet our 2018 hERO Members



Why I joined the hERO group in 2018:
I re-joined because I felt I still had more to give towards the group. I didn’t fulfill the role to my best abilities and I wanted to do better this year and keep aware of things happening in the community. 

My goals and aspirations:
My goals in life are to stay true to myself and make sure I stay on top of my mental health. I aspire to have something in life that I can look back on and be happy with. 

My passions:
I love nature, animals, arts and crafts and learning new things. 

A strength of mine: 
Resilient - The reason I chose this is because I like to think that anyone who can overcome a journey such as mine and still see the beauty in the world is pretty resilient. 




Why I joined the hERO group in 2018:
I joined the hERO group in 2018 because after being a part of it in 2017 my confidence has really grown and I made connections with people in the community that care about the same issues as me. I joined again because I wanted to continue building my skills, confidence and connections with others. I also want to keep the topic of young people’s health relevant in the Riverland by supporting headspace.

My goals and aspirations:
I would love to work in psychology. I find the way we think and develop throughout our lives so interesting especially now in a constantly evolving world. I want to travel to a couple places overseas and learn some other languages. I have a lot of things I’d love to try at least once but as long as I’m healthy, mentally and physically, I’ll be okay.

My passions:
My passions can change over time but right now I’m passionate about helping people to realise their full potential and beauty. I also love the art of writing and film.




Why I joined the hERO group in 2018:

The reason I joined was so people can become aware that there are others that care. There are many in need of help, especially those in high school. I want to be someone that can support those people in numerous ways so that they feel there is someone by their side, along their journey. This is where I believe the hERO group will allow me to develop these skills to do so.

My goals and aspirations:

My goals are to prevent bullying all over the Riverland - physical, verbal, social and cyber - To make people feel as though they are in the safest possible environment. Also, to develop the skills needed to help peers with any troubles they are facing.

A strength of mine:

Determined - To succeed in life you have to be determined and focused on what you want to achieve. Determination is being firm on the goal you want to achieve, and this is why I believe this strength best describes me. I am hard working towards what I believe is right and wrong, so all my present and future goals become complete.




Why I joined the hERO group in 2018: 
I'm really passionate about helping others and mental health. I'm currently doing my Cert III in Community Services so I can become a counsellor one day and I think the hERO group would be a great experience.

My goals and aspirations:
To help our community and one day become a counsellor.

A strength of mine: 
Unique - I like the idea of being my own person and being unique, and I believe I am.




Why I joined the hERO group as a mentor in 2018:

I joined the hero group as a mentor to be a positive influence on young people in the Riverland. I think headspace have some great programs and I wanted to get involved and see if I could help out in our community outside of work.


My goals and aspirations:

To live a happy and healthy life! I want to be a positive role model and mentor to my own kids and the young people I work with in our community.


My favourite things:

Spending time with my family/friends and getting outdoors as often as possible!



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Why I joined the hERO group as a facilitator in 2018:

I joined the hERO group as a facilitator to try something different from my usual clinical work. I also joined because I wanted to see more come out of the hERO group. I saw potential in the young people that the program was bringing in and I wanted to utilise their skills and resources more, not only to benefit our centre, but to promote growth and development in each and every one of them.


My goals and aspirations:

My aim in life is to surround myself with anything that brings happiness into it. My aim is to accept any challenges and plot twists that get thrown at me, and to overcome them by seeing them as an opportunity to grow and further my resilience. 


My passions:

Living a healthy lifestyle, which includes looking after my mind and body in different ways, like exercising, eating a balanced diet, meditating, being in a job I love, surrounding myself with the people who make me happy, dancing, volunteering with the Riverland Musical Society and cuddles with fur babies.




Why I joined the hERO group as a facilitator in 2018:

The opportunity to be a part of the hERO group has come about as a part of my job role as the community engagement officer for headspace Berri. I feel very lucky to be able to work alongside and support a group a young people who are so passionate and committed  about youth mental health and wellbeing. These hEROs inspire me every day to work towards making a positive difference to the lives of young regional people.


My passions:

I have been involved with sport all my life and have been very lucky to have made lifelong friends, travelled interstate and be awarded one of the first pitching scholarships in Australia with softball. I continue to be actively involved with kids sport and am passionate about young regional people being given opportunity to grow and develop and believe sport can play a huge role in a young person’s wellbeing .


A strengths of mine:

A strength of mine is always looking at, or for, the positive in any situation, to be open to learning and trying new experiences.




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Meet our Team (Click to show below) (Click to hide below)

Meet the team behind headspace Berri.



Centre Manager – Prue



Clinical Lead – Robyn


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headspace Counsellor – Keisha


Susan Wanghu

headspace Counsellor – Susan



headspace Counsellor – Amanda


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headspace intake, Assessment, Alcohol and Other Drugs Worker – Kristy 



headspace intake, Assessment, Alcohol and Other Drugs Worker – Wes


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Clinical Counsellor – Henry


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Clinical Counsellor – Barb

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Clinical Counsellor – Amy



Community Engagement Officer – Karlie

Want to join our (hERO) Youth Reference Group? (Click to show below) (Click to hide below)

headspace hERO Group (YRG)

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headspace Berri's hERO group is a positive and diverse group of young people aged between 16 and 25 that help shape our services in the Riverland. Being part of the headspace Berri hERO Group involves fortnightly catch ups, sharing opinions, helping coordinate and run events and providing advice to staff of headspace Berri to help maintain the centres youth focus. As a hERO Group Member you will receive free work experience in youth health and receive training in many areas including mental health, event management, public speaking, social media and more!

Applications for our 2018 hERO group have now closed. To be notified when 2019 applications open, email us at headspace@riverlandgp.org.au or phone Prue on 08 8582 4422. 

Please click here for our frequently asked questions?

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2018 Group Programs

headspace Berri run a variety of group programs throughout the year. Please find below our current programs on offer.
Any questions or to find out the next course dates please contact our office on 8582 4422.


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Positive Choices Webinar

headspace Berri present a free evening for parents to gain practical strategies and advice on all things related to alcohol, parties and navigating your relationship with you adolescent.

When: Wednesday 3rd October, 2018, 5.30pm

To reserve your place please click here.

For more information phone headspace Berri manager Prue Sinoch on 8582 4422.


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10th Birthday Celebrations

Mark this date on the calendar for an exciting afternoon filled with workshops, entertainment and celebrations.

Time: 2pm - 7pm.

To view the program of events for the day please click here.

For more information call headspace Berri on 8582 4422.


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Have you ever wanted to write a play or give script writing a go?

Open to all young people aged 12-25.
Commencing Tuesday 18 September for 6 weeks 5.30pm - 6.30pm @ headspace Berri

A support person is welcome along to the first session if needed.

For more information and to book your place phone headspace Berri on 8582 4422.


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headspace berri have launched a readspace library for you to enjoy.

Simple pop into our office in Berri, borrow any book (for free) that you would like to read and leave any pre-enjoyed book for others to enjoy.

For more information phone headspace Berri on 8582 4422.


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Youth Mental Health First Aid Course

Learn skills and gain confidence to assist young people experiencing mental health problems. Participants will learn about adolescent development and the signs and symptoms of mental health problems, how and where to get help and what sort of help has been shown by research to be effective.

Training Dates: TBA

Locations: headspace Berri, 3 Riverview Drive, Berri

More Information: Contact the headspace Berri office on 08 8582 4422  for information about the next program


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Just Breathe

Just Breathe is a FREE group program facilitated by headspace Berri, aimed at providing young people aged 12-25 with a place to relax; as well as learn strategies to help manage every day stress.

Regular practice of mindfulness meditation has been found to improve various issues related to both mental and physical health by enhancing one’s attention to the present moment and decreasing unnecessary rumination and worrying.

Dates: TBA

Criteria: Aged 12-25

Locations: headspace Berri, 3 Riverview Drive, Berri or Waikerie Community Centre - 1A Crush Terrace, Waikerie.

More Information: Contact the headspace Berri office on 08 8582 4422  for information about the next program

So Is There Any Cost? (Click to show below) (Click to hide below)

headspace Berri provides free (dependant on circumstances) or low cost, confidential, and youth-friendly services for young people aged 12-25 years. headspace Berri provides a range of specialised services to young people and their families who may be experiencing challenges with their mental health, physical health, alcohol and other drugs, or work & study.

You can access or refer to headspace Berri by phone, dropping in, or via an emailed or faxed referral form. We also accept Mental Health Treatment Plan referrals from your Doctor. You can find more details about referrals below in the 'more information section'.

To discuss if there is any potential cost please call centre on (08) 8582 4422.

Alternatively, if you have any financial issues which you are concerned about - you can discuss this with on of our friendly staff.

We appreciate your active involvement in finding a solution to suit your needs.

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You can access or refer to headspace Berri by phone, dropping in, or via an emailed or faxed referral form. We also accept mental Health Treatment Plan referrals from your Doctor.

Please click here to access our referral form.

Community Engagement and Education (Click to show below) (Click to hide below)

We can provide a variety of education sessions to community groups and schools. If you would like to see what sessions we have to offer please click here. Booking an education session is easy, just fill out an application form and send it to us via fax or email.

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We understand that students are keen to know more about headspace Berri, the services we offer and the knowledge base of our staff. Written responses and or answers to assignments will not be provided but If you are interested in interviewing one of our team members for information about headspace to be included in your assignment or specific research topics, please send your assignment cover sheet and interview questions to be reviewed to info@riverlandgp.org.au

Important notes to students:

  • Written responses and or answers to assignments will not be provided
  • Interviews are open to all Secondary, Tafe and University students.
  • We cannot participate in last minute requests, so please ensure you allow a few weeks (minimum of 4) to process your request
  • All interviews must be done face-to-face and will include a behind the scenes centre tour of our headspace centre
  • Pending your interview questions and topics, from time-to-time we may recommend one of our organisation or consortium partners for you to interview in place of headspace Berri
  • Interview questions must be related to areas of service provided by headspace
  • In high demand periods we may organise once off group interviews instead of one-on-one interviews with one of our team members
  • Due to time and resource constraints, we cannot respond to all interview requests