At Terang College we offer a range of supports to all our
students, including counselling, mental health support, relationship and friendship
support, referrals to external services, access to visiting health and
Students may self-refer or be referred by staff, family/guardians,
or external agencies.
Parents/guardians can meet with Wellbeing staff by appointment on campus or via
phone. Health and Wellbeing Prevention and Health Promotion Programs are included throughout
the school in a wide range of education resources and activities. Our team consists of the following supports.
Student Engagement Leader is available 5 days a week. The Student Engagement Leader offers the
following services: Engagement co-ordinator, School Wide Positive Behaviour
Team involvement, Policies and Procedures, Health Promotion and Student
School Counsellor is
available 5 days a week.
The Student Counsellor offers the following services: direct 1:1 counselling
service to students Foundation – Year 12; group counselling on peer relationship,
managing stress and anxieties, referral to support services for students with
complex needs and family support.
Mental Health Practitioner is available 1 day a week. The Mental Health Practitioner offers the following services:
Adolescent Mental Health Support, 1:1 counselling, early intervention of mental
health issues, Health Promotion and small group mental health sessions.
School Nurse is available 2 days a week.
School Nurse offers the following services: Adolescent health concerns, Mental
Health education, Relationship and Friendship strategies, Smoking, Drug and
Alcohol Education, Body Image Information and Health Eating, Breakfast Club.
Alternative Program Coordinator is available 4 days a week at
The Alternative Program Coordinator offers the following
services: student engagement support, student support, mental health support,
relationship and friendship strategies, managing stress and anxiety strategies
and developing and building skills.