our why
At talklink we are committed to improving the mental health and wellbeing of Australians.
our where
Our team is based in Melbourne Victoria but offers support throughout Australia.
our what
We have an approachable and modern directory, helping connect Australians with the right private mental health clinicians (psychologists, counsellors and psychotherapists). We currently host approximately 185 mental health practitioners and counting.

We conduct in-depth wellbeing assessments of schools and specific school populations to create accurate and data based snapshots of student mental health.

We host the Mental Health by talklink podcast to bring you authentic, real conversations with the goal of increasing mental health awareness and normalising conversations of mental health. This podcast is not monetized, and has 40 published episodes as of the end of 2021 with over 50 000 Australians tuning in.
our who
Sarah, a serial entrepreneur with a passion for people and businesses that focus on meaningful connections. Her last couple of businesses were in hospitality, ‘Mary Eats Cake’ (High Tea venues) and ‘Impala & Peacock’ (Specialty Tea brand) where she shared her love for food experiences across Australia. Sarah has an honours degree in Psychology and wanted to unite her passion for psychology and people in talklink.
Eric, a programmer with experience in website development and data science. He studied computer science in the UK and has applied his technical knowledge in not-for-profit and profit sectors across Europe and Australia.
Ruan, a mechanical engineer with a degree in applied mathematics. Curious by nature (and always up for a chat), Ruan hosts the talklink podcast “Mental Health by talklink” where he has conversations with professionals about mental health.
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