The Wellbeing Support Service includes Psychologists, Social Workers and Counsellors providing a range of services to students who are experiencing social, emotional, behavioural and learning difficulties. The services we provide include individual counselling for students, counselling support for families, liaison with staff, and small group work (such as resilience skills, healthy relationships and body image programmes). Psychological and Educational Assessments are also completed when appropriate.
Notre Dame College Wellbeing Support Service (from L-R): Lori, Carly, Una, Fran, Peter.
Knight Street and Year 9 Programme
Referral to counselling services or wellbeing support is typically made through the student’s Head of House in consultation with the student and parents/carers. Students can also self-refer by making an appointment directly with a member of the Wellbeing Support Service Team.
At Knight Street students can see Fran, Peter, Carly or Lori. Peter and Lori also provide services to the students in the Year 9 Programme.
McAuley Champagant Programme
Referral to Una for wellbeing services in the McAuley Champagnat Programme is through the student’s Welfare Worker.
If you have any queries about the College’s Wellbeing Support Services at:
- Knight Street – please contact your child’s Head of House or Fran (Wellbeing Support Services Leader).
- Year 9 Programme Emmaus Campus – please contact the Director of the Year 9 Programme or Fran (Wellbeing Support Services Leader).
- McAuley Champagant Programme – please contact the Director of the Programme, Mr. Peter O'Brien or Una (Wellbeing Leader).