The Mindful Spot exists to provide a safe and supportive therapeutic environment for young people and adults to access psychological treatment and support. We believe in inspiring mindful and compassionate change through evidence-based practice.


The process of becoming stronger and more confident. Build upon your personal strengths, values, and goals, improve your wellbeing and happiness, and move closer to a more meaningful life.
Empathy and caring enable us to connect, helping you to embark on a journey of self-love and acceptance, and improve your self-worth. Being open to others enables us to face tough times with creativity and resilience.
Ongoing Learning

Nourish your mind by curiously seeking new information. We are committed to seeking additional training, perspectives, and knowledge.

A sense of community is created when we are friendly, generous, and considerate to those who need help. We build relationships with warmth, humour, curiosity, and balance.
We provide weight inclusive care with a focus on body diversity. We promote equality, equal access to opportunities and resources, and welcome people from all backgrounds.
Acceptance of others where they are, respecting our similarities and differences. Being aware of your emotions, learning to make peace with the way things are in the moment, and stepping forward on the path to growth.


At The Mindful Spot we practice from a non-dieting, inclusive, body-neutral philosophy, which prioritises wellbeing and self-care. We acknowledge and respect body diversity and encourage people to regain a healthy relationship between food, exercise, and their body. It is important to remember that you cannot tell someone’s health by the size or shape of their body, and that disordered eating affects individuals across all genders, sexualities, abilities, and cultural backgrounds. The Health at Every Size (HAES®) approach advocates for:
  • Weight inclusivity: Accepting and respecting the natural diversity of body sizes and shapes
  • Eating for Well-Being: Eating in a flexible manner that values pleasure, nutritional needs, and honours internal hunger cues
  • Life-Enhancing Movement: Moving your body in meaningful ways, including for joy, to become more physically vital, and according to ability and desire
  • Respectful Care: Advocating for respectful health care and supporting health policies that acknowledge the importance of social justice themes

Relationships come first.

The therapeutic relationship is the key to success in treatment. We ensure it sits at the centre of your care so that evidence-based treatment can be individually tailored for you. Seeking treatment can be difficult and we provide a safe and non-judgemental space for you to explore your own motivations, values, and goals. With a warm and person-centred approach, we want to see you define and move towards recovery and a more meaningful life.

Find out how we can help.


T: 0481 846 828


Tuesday 11am - 7pm
Wednesday 11am - 7pm
Thursday 11am - 7pm


28 The Avenue, Hurstville,
NSW, 2220