Megan and Donna’s role is Student Wellbeing.
They are available for all students as a counsellor to support and assist them through issues and/or concerns they may be experiencing. Megan and Donna are available to meet with students, parents, carers and teachers by appointment.
Students may self-refer using the ‘Desktop Icon’ or be referred directly by parents, carers or teachers.
Their office is in the Student Wellbeing Area > Student Services
Megan is available Monday, Wednesday, Thursday & Fridays.
Donna is available Monday – Friday
/ WELLBEING OFFICERS -
/ MEGAN LUCAS & DONNA TAYLOR-COLE
/ LUCY PAISLEY - SECONDARY SCHOOL NURSE
Lucy's role as a Secondary School Nurse is to improve and support the health and wellbeing of students at CSC through health promotion activities, class work and one on one consultations in areas of adolescent health. Her role doesn’t specifically include first aid so students continue to see the designated first aid officer.
You will find Lucy at school on Monday's and Thursdays in the Student Wellbeing Area
/ KRISTIE MALONE - MENTAL HEALTH PRACTIONER
Kristie is a social worker and her role at CSC is to provide short term clinical mental health intervention to young people who may have mild to moderate mental health concerns such as anxiety and depression. Kristie is available by referral only through the wellbeing team and works on a Monday and Tuesdays.
/ DOCTORS IN SECONDARY SCHOOL PROGRAM (DISS)
- DR ZOE BARREN & NURSE LESLEY O'DONNELL
Doctors in Secondary Schools Program (DISS) is run through CSC.
Dr Zoe Barren MBBS. FRACGP. DRANZCOG(Adv) is the GP that visits the school every Wednesday, within the school term. Lesley O’Donnell is the Nurse associated with the DISS program.
The DISS clinic is a bulk bill service, which means no charge to your child. Dr Barren is available by appointment on Wednesdays to see young people at school. Appointments can be made via the wellbeing team, dropping in during a break to see the nurse or by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org