Counselling can be a critical tool for students and their families...

School counselling works with students in ways they understand and aims to help them find their own solutions to problems and issues. It strives, where possible, to work together with students, parents and teachers for best outcomes for all.

Counselling can assist students with issues such as:

  • Anxiety
  • Self-esteem
  • Grief
  • Family issues
  • Friendship issues
  • Bullying
  • Anger
  • … or other issues impacting on their social and emotional wellbeing

One of the primary concerns of school counselling is to protect students privacy and confidentiality
- except where their safety is of concern.

School counselling is available weekly to all students.

Students can refer themselves, which can be important if they want to protect their privacy,
or they can keep their particular issue private.