Apart from Guidance Officers we have other skilled professionals at Varsity College.
Varsity College has an officer dedicated to supporting students who are at risk of disengagement whether it is due to educational or personal issues. The support provided is highly individualised with assistance finding alternative education and training settings, living independently including accommodation and links to services as needed. The Youth Pathways Officer is on campus two days per week.
Headspace is a federally funded mental health service for young people aged 12 to 25 years. Headspace provides a variety of services for students and families at Varsity College via the Outreach program including counsellors and psychologists on campus at various times through the school week. Access to this service is provided via consultation with the Guidance Officers.
The Bond University Psychology Clinic works in partnership with Varsity College throughout the school year. This partnership provides up to date research and practice which is mutually beneficial. Access to the various on-campus programs offered by the clinic can be provided via consultation with the Guidance Officers.
Please note all access to any service provided at Varsity College is on a voluntary basis and the college actively encourages individuals to seek independent referrals as suited to individual needs – consultation with your General Practitioner is recommended.
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