• Monday: 9:00am - 5:00pm
  • Tuesday: 11:00am - 5:00pm
  • Wednesday: 9:00am - 5:00pm
  • Thursday: 9:00am - 7:00pm
  • Friday: 9:00am - 5:00pm
  • Saturday: Closed
  • Sunday: Closed


headspace hobart is a free and confidential, early intervention service for young people aged 12-25.

We can help with;

  • Mental health
  • Physical and sexual health
  • Alcohol and other drugs use
  • Work and study support

To make an appointment you can:

  • Call us 6231 2927
  • Email us headspace@thelink.org.au
  • Or drop in to 49 Liverpool Street, Hobart

Please note, we are not a crisis service, please call 000 if you need urgent assistance.



  • Monday: 9:00am - 5:00pm
  • Tuesday: 11:00am - 5:00pm
  • Wednesday: 9:00am - 5:00pm
  • Thursday: 9:00am - 7:00pm
  • Friday: 9:00am - 5:00pm
  • Saturday: Closed
  • Sunday: Closed

headspace Hobart is operated by The Link Youth Health Service. All headspace services 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, Tasmania (Primary Health Tasmania).


Services could include: provision of contraception and advice, testing, support, treatment and management of sexually transmissible infections(STI) HIV/AIDS and viral hepatitis vaccination for Hepatitis and HPV, pregnancy testing and referral.

GPs can help with any physical health issues as well as issues related to sexual health, drug or alcohol use, relationship problems or feeling down or upset. Your centre may have a GP on site or links to one locally. 

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

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

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

Sexual health screenings on site or links to local services. 

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

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

“As soon as I sought help, I suddenly realised that my anxiety was very treatable and that I wasn’t alone.”
- Charlie


Jobs and volunteering

Positions currently available at headspace Hobart

Employer: The Link Youth Health Service

Deadline: 31 Dec 2021, 12:00 pm

Make a difference to young people and join one of Tasmania’s most innovative primary health services. The Link Youth Health Service (‘The Link’) supports young people within Hobart and Southern Tasmania by providing a range of free and confidential health and wellbeing services for young people aged 12-25. We facilitate various youth mental health services, including the headspace Hobart program, throughout the Southern Tasmania area.

The Link currently has multiple positions across the organisation suitable to staff at various stages of their professional career to assist our ongoing growth and service delivery. 

We are looking for passionate Allied Health Professionals to contribute to a dynamic and multi-disciplinary team while providing evidence-based, early intervention to young people.

We have current and upcoming fixed term, full time/part time and private practitioner opportunities in various locations across Southern Tasmania. 

We are open to expressions of interest from suitability experienced Allied/Mental Health Professionals for the following positions:

  • AOD Clinician
  • Access Team Clinician
  • Allied Health Clinicians (MBS rebatable or eligible for)
  • Private Practitioners (MBS rebatable or eligible for)

Applications considered from:

  • Psychologists (Provisional, Registered, Clinical)
  • Mental Health Nurses
  • Occupational Therapists
  • Social Workers
  • Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander health workers 
  • Qualified AOD clinicians 

For more information contact:

Name: Clinical Manager
Phone: (03) 6231 2927
Email: headspace@thelink.org.au

Employer: The Link Youth Health Service

Deadline: 10 Nov 2021, 5:00 pm


Are you looking for a rewarding graduate role, where you'll work alongside passionate people and make a real difference to young Australians? Where you'll hit the ground running, and continue developing your skills and career in youth mental health with accredited training, while you work? Find your place at headspace.


headspace is a place like no other, full of passionate people making a real difference to young lives across Australia. If you're looking to develop a career in youth mental health, gain unique experience in a flexible collaborative role with accredited training and hit the ground running - we've a place for you.

This exciting graduate program is designed to provide social work, occupational therapy and psychology graduates access to a two-year comprehensive youth mental health training and development program.

Situated within a clinical team, you will play a pivotal role in a headspace service. You will contribute to developing and providing high quality, intake/assessment and ongoing psychological services to young people, and their families/carers.


  • Approved tertiary qualifications in a Psychology, Social Work, or Occupational Therapy
  • Either full registration with AHPRA or eligibility for full registration with AASW
  • Passion, energy, and determination to make a difference to health outcomes for young people
  • Demonstrated reflective practice skills and passion for professional growth
  • Demonstrated understanding and ability to determine and plan for a young person's recovery and support needs, employing a shared decision-making approach
  • Demonstrated ability to make decisions, problem solve, and risk manage complex situations involving multiple stakeholders
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills, and ability to liaise and build relationships with internal and external stakeholders
  • Demonstrated ability to work effectively in a multi-disciplinary team
  • Commitment to supporting clinical research within the service
  • Willingness to work in a regional, rural, or remote headspace service for a 12-month rotation
  • Capacity to travel to Melbourne for training as required


  • A two-year comprehensive youth mental health training and development program
  • A full-time position with exceptional professional development opportunities
  • Competitive annual salary, plus super, plus salary packaging
  • A 40-day professional development program delivered by headspace National
  • Regular facilitated Communities of Practice and multidisciplinary study groups
  • Clinical supervision
  • A 12-month month rotation to another headspace service in the network in your second year


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If you're looking for a graduate position where you'll gain unique experience, where ideas are welcomed and listened to, all while working as part of Australia's leading youth mental health team - you'll find your place at headspace.

To be eligible for this position you must have the right to live and work in Australia. A Working with Children Check (or State/Territory equivalent) and a Police Check are required for this position.

headspace is committed to being a child safe and child friendly organisation that recognises, respects, and promotes the rights of children, young and vulnerable people.

The headspace Reconciliation Action Plan was launched in July 2019 and was developed through a co-design process with staff across the organisation. Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people are strongly encouraged to apply for this role and all current vacancies.

For more information, please contact graduates@headspace.org.au using the subject line: Allied Health Graduate - Flexible Location enquiry via EthicalJobs.

For more information contact:

Phone: (03) 6231 2927
Email: graduates@headspace.org.au

Apply now

More information

If you require urgent mental health support please contact eheadspace - 1800 650 890, Lifeline - 13 11 14 or Kids Helpline - 1800 551 800 or Mental Health Helpline - 1800 332 388.

Welcome to headspace Hobart! We are a free, youth-focused health service for young people aged 12-25 who are:

  • feeling down, depressed or anxious
  • having difficulty sleeping or concentrating
  • being hurt or bullied
  • worried about drinking or drug use
  • needing sexual health help.

Visits to headspace Hobart are covered by Medicare. Need your own Medicare card? Just ask one of our team.

You don't need a referral to see us at headspace, just call us on 6231 2927 or email.

Please be aware that we are not a crisis service and there may be a waiting time.

If you would like to refer a young person, please complete our referral form and email or fax it 6231 3908. 

To learn more about headspace Hobart , watch our virtual tour.




Management Team 

Miranda Ashby - CEO

Angela Waite - Centre Manager

Maggi Boughton - Quality Improvement Manager

Kellie Bryan, Tanya Fitzpatrick, Wayne Frost - Co Clinical Leads


Reception Team

Tania Cerritelli, Molly Devlin, Julie Downie (Practice Manager), Daisy McMullen


Access Team Clinicians

Bec Pettit (Senior ATC), Eleanor Holloway, Hannah Poon, Molly Port, George Williams


General Practitioners

Alison Edwards, Beth Mulligan, Anthea Dallas, Jessica Kneebone


Allied Health Professionals

Kellie Bryan,  Alison Hardinge, Adela Marrone,  Bec Pitts, Helen Shann, 


BIC (Brief Interventions Clinic) Team

Jacquie Siu,  Lucy Tran, Angela Waite (BIC Coordinator)


Provisional Psychologists

Jasmin Brooks


Education and Community Health Educator

Shelagh Curtain


Drug and Alcohol Worker

Kaz Knights


headStart - work and study support at your pace

Lorelle Taylor (headStart Program Manager)

Kate Thorpe (Vocational Specialist)

Heidi Gill (Vocational Specialist) 



All services at headspace Hobart are free of charge.

Our Centre has a number of health providers who work under the Medicare system which means that to see our GP and Pyschologists we need your Medicare card.

All visits to the GP are bulk billed and up 10 sessions per calendar year with a Psychologist can also be bulk billed under Medicare.

If you don't have a Medicare card follow this link to apply https://www.humanservices.gov.au/individuals/forms/ms004

If you are not eligible for a Medicare card, please check with our reception staff about payment options.

If you would like to refer someone to our centre, you will need to make sure that the young person is aware that you have referred them, and is willing to meet with a member from the headspace Hobart team. The best option is to encourage or support the young person to call our centre and self refer. If they are not comfortable doing this you can call with them, or call on their behalf but a worker may ask that the young person speak with with them briefly over the phone to confirm they give consent to access the service. 

How can I help my child, friend or family member who needs support?

Besides referring the young person to headspace or helping them to access our services, you can also check out the headspace National website which has heaps of great information on helping those around you, www.headspace.org.au.

What do I do if a friend or family member says they don't need help (but I think they do)?

headspace is a consent-based service which means that the young person must be willing to engage with us. During the school terms we are currently running sessions for young people, and parents and carers  on a range of topics. Attending with your young person may be a good way of helping them to realise that headspace Hobart is a safe, youth-friendly place. See our website and Facebook page for more information on dates. Or call us on 6231 2927.

Topics for these sessions are:

  • Sleeping well
  • Physical wellbeing
  • Communicating with confidence
  • Mindfulness and relaxation
  • Understanding and accepting myself
  • Understanding my anger
  • Understanding my feelings
  • Healthy thinking.

You can attend as many of these sessions as you wish.

eheadspace.org.au is another option that can assist young people and gives specialist support to parents and carers who are worried about a young person. This service is easily accessible and may accomodate the needs of the young person greatly if they feel more comfortable talking to someone online or over the phone. This service is available from 9am-1am seven days a week. It is a great resource for young people who are not yet ready to see someone face-to-face. If you need more information, please contact us.

Are you with headspace? Do you want help finding suitable work or study? The headStart program could help.

Our team can offer a range of practical support to help you. We tailor your IPS program around your needs. We support you to reach your goals.

Ask your headspace worker about the headStart program today.

The headspace Hobart IPS Program (headStart) is Funded by the Australian Government Department of Social Services




If you're 15 - 25 and worried about work or study, get free and confidential support from the work and study specialists at headspace by clicking the link:

headspace Work and Study

headspace Hobart is located at 49 Liverpool Street in Hobart, a 5 minute walk from the Elizabeth Street Bus Mall.

Our reception area and downstairs rooms are wheelchair accessible.

Unfortunately we can't provide onsite parking, but long term parking is available at the Argyle Street Carpark, where the first hour and a half is free.

 If you would like to refer a young person, please complete our referral form

If you are a GP, you should include a Mental Health Care Plan for the young person and attach it to the referral form. These can be sent via fax to headspace Hobart on 6231 3908 or email.

Please include as much information as possible in the referral.

Referrals must be undertaken with the consent of the young person.

All of our services at headspace Hobart are free - but for some services you will need a Medicare card.

If you do not have a Medicare card you can apply on the Human Services page - https://www.humanservices.gov.au/customer/services/medicare/medicare-card

If you are ineligible to apply for a Medicare Card give us a call and we will direct you to alternative appropriate services for you

At headspace Hobart we understand that asking for help when you are not well can sometimes be overwhelming, so we try to make it as easy and stress-free as possible for young people to access our services.

If you would like to see someone at headspace Hobart, or to find out more about how we can help, just give us a call on 6231 2927, or send us an email.  

Please be aware that we are not a crisis service and there may be a waiting time for an appointment. If you require immediate support please contact Lifeline on 11 13 14 or Kids Helpline 1800 55 1800.

If you are a parent, carer or friend of a young person and would like to refer a young person to headspace Hobart please complete our referral form. Referrals should include as much information as possible to assist us in getting the young person the right help that they need more quickly.Once completed, please return via fax on 6231 3908. 

headspace Hobart aims to provide easy access to services for young people at no cost, and we ensure that we respect your confidentiality.

If you have a valid Australian Medicare card and a current Mental Health Care Plan, you can have up to 10 sessions in a calendar year with your Allied Health Worker (Clinical/General Psychologist, Social Worker, Occupational Therapist) bulk billed through Medicare.

Don't have a Medicare card? Follow this link to the application form here.

If you are an international student you must pay for your consultation, then you can claim from your private health provider.

Our sexual health doctor, Alison, has a clinic at headspace Hobart on Mondays, Thursdays and Fridays.

Appointments are often available on the day. Just call 6231 2927 or email to make a booking.


You can come and discuss:

-general sexual health questions

-relationship issues

-pregnancy testing and pregnancy options

-contraception, including the pill and Implanon insertion

-STI testing

-PAP smears

-period problems


There is no cost involved (fully covered by Medicare)

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We value our volunteer youth advocates who make up our headspace Hobart Youth Reference Group. They assist us in delivering community awareness events and provide advice with regard to delivering youth friendly services.

We are always keen to hear from you if you're 16-25 years of age, have been a client of our service, and/or have an interest in promoting mental health and wellbeing in the Hobart community.

headspace Hobart will provide a range of training to support your participation in a range of groups and activities.

By getting involved you will:

  • Have the opportunity to have your say on local and National youth mental health topics
  • Develop new skills
  • Meet and work with other young people who are passionate about youth mental health 
  • We offer training opportunities for our Youth Reference Group members such as certification in Youth Mental Health First Aid.

If you would like to learn more about the group or the application process to become a member please contact Shelagh, our Community Health Educator on 6231 2927 or email.




Working collaboratively with schools and community groups to promote mental health awareness, resilience and early help seeking is a priority for the team at headspace Hobart. 

Our Community Health Educator and Youth Engagement Workers are available to deliver presentation and workshops.

We support schools in promoting mental health awareness with young people and their families, and aim to promote mental wellness, enhance awareness of mental health problems and build young people's capacity to seek help early.

We offer generalised presentations explaining all about headspace, the help that we can provide and ways that we can look after each other.

These interactive sessions cover the following:

  • What is headspace?
  • What is mental health?
  • What is stress? 
  • What are healthy coping skills?
  • How to help a friend.
  • Where to find help.

If your school is planning an expo or other event which has a youth mental health and wellbeing focus, we can attend as a stall-holder, providing opportunities for students to interact with us. Our stall will include resources about headspace services, other local and National youth mental health resources and when possible, merchandise to give away.

We can also offer more tailored presentations with specific themes, depending on the age and needs of the group,  that are delivered as interactive chats, however these presentations require a bit more planning, so please allow plenty of time with your request.

To arrange a presentation or workshop at your school, sporting club or other community group, please contact our Community Health Educator on 6231 2927 or email