Helping patients access our mental health services

St John of God Langmore Centre provides support and assistance to people dealing with a variety of mental health concerns.

7 Jun 2023

Caregiver greeting visitor at reception

If you have a patient who could benefit from accessing our services we have a simple referral guide to follow.

What conditions or concerns do we support?

  • Depression
  • Anxiety
  • Stress
  • OCD
  • Trauma
  • Adolescent (consulting only)
  • Personality disorders
  • PTSD
  • Chronic pain
  • Neurological conditions
  • Schizophrenia
  • Bipolar
  • Addictions (alcohol and other drugs)
  • Older adult psychiatry.

Additional concerns also supported by our Parent Infant Unit:

  • Perinatal depression/anxiety
  • Attachment concerns
  • Adjustment disorder
  • Postnatal psychosis
  • Birth trauma
  • Grief/loss.

Treatment and management pathways

  1. Inpatient program: Acute mental health support delivered by a multidisciplinary team in a modern, private facility with single-room accommodation for patients 18 years or older.
  2. Day program and Outreach: Face-to-face, weekly group therapy or individual home visits.
  3. Consultation with a psychiatrist: One-on-one therapy, inclusive of clinical assessment, development and management of a treatment plan and ongoing care.

Care streams

Inpatient/Day Program/Outreach

For ongoing therapy and/or a referral for an inpatient admission or outpatient therapy group.

Intake coordinator for inpatient admission, day programs and outreach visit
Tel: 03 9773 7000 
Email: [email protected]


For an outpatient appointment with a private practice psychiatrist. 

Referrals for psychiatrist consultation
Tel: 03 9773 7200
Email: [email protected]

Referral information

A referral from a GP, treating physician or psychiatrist is required to access mental health services.
Refer to the Specialist Directory Find a Specialist for a list of our accredited psychiatrists and their specialty areas.
Referrals must be addressed to an accredited psychiatrist, or addressed to ‘Dear Doctor’ for the referral to be considered by all available psychiatrists.