What does it involve?
Counselling, mentorship, advocacy, psychosocial and practical support, relationship building, connecting and referring students to other external support services and agencies where appropriate.
Outreach and sport-based activities for students who have difficulties engaging in formal office-based counselling.
What’s been happening?
Focus on student wellbeing, building foundational relationships and fostering trust, strengths and hope, advocating for the health and wellbeing of the students across all domains. Health, psychological, spirituality, relationships and connections with the wider community.
What’s on the future agenda?
Continued support for the students, group therapy programs, building networks with external clinical services, support agencies and private practitioners. We will be introducing psycho-education, circle of security, emotional awareness and mindfulness-based programs.
Further training and education on trauma-informed practices, drug and alcohol intervention and best management practices for challenging and aggressive behaviour.