Counselling 

 

As mental health concerns in Australia reach record numbers, the role of schools has become increasingly important. Parents and communities entrust schools to work with them to manage these problems with compassion, knowledge and expertise.

School counsellors are able to identify and manage mental health problems and ensure optimal student support is provided.

Counselling support at Hillbrook may involve:

  • assessing students
  • meeting with parents 
  • liaising with teachers
  • when requested speaking to health professionals
  • monitoring at risk students
  • providing individual conselling sessions
  • maintaining confidential and sensitive information.

 

Counselling Centre Team

We look forward to meeting parents and students and can be contacted either by telephone 3354 6446 or by email.

Sue Forbes sueforbes@hillbrook.qld.edu.au 

Catie Dunlop catied@hillbrook.qld.edu.au 

Just like children, emotions heal when they are heard and validated.

Jill Bolte Taylor

Ready to Enrol?

Choosing your child’s secondary education is a big step in the life of a parent. If you are ready to take that step you can start your application now, however you don’t have to complete it all in one sitting. Once you start, it will be uniquely saved for you to return and complete when convenient. 

You can also find out more about our enrolment process, including our Enrolment Policy and Entry Year Guide.

 

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