Education support services
Schools, universities, TAFEs and alternative education centres often have their own help services such as counsellors, chaplains and nurses.
Most secondary schools have a student welfare coordinator or counsellor (this may vary from state to state). They are there to help you with any problems or issues you might be having.
Your problems don’t necessarily need to be related to school. Many schools also have school nurses who are skilled at dealing with a range of health issues.
Universities will often have a related health service, which includes counselling for students. These are generally located in the union building and are free of charge.
You may like to ask your school, TAFE or university about what’s available for you.