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John Curtin College Psychologists are registered psychologists who apply their expertise in mental health, learning, human development, behaviour, and school systems to support individual students and the whole school to enhance student wellbeing, engagement, and achievement.

The College Psychologists can provide individual counselling support for students on a short-term basis. The College Psychologist liaise with families, teaching staff and external services, and may assist with referrals.

Year 7-9 students and their parents should meet with their Engagement Coordinator to discuss a referral to the College Psychologist. Year 10-12 students can initiate their own referrals by meeting with their Engagement Coordinator.

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