The College Counsellor supports the student wellbeing team and is available to students.

The Counsellor at St Brigid’s Catholic College is Susie Taylor. Susie works with individual and small groups of students to process and develop the skills to resolve issues related to their wellbeing for learning. The school counselling service offers brief assessment and intervention, parent consultation and case management with external mental health providers. The College Counsellor supports the Leaders of Wellbeing to facilitate contemporary wellbeing programs for our students. Referrals can be made to the College Counsellor via a Leader of Wellbeing or by contacting the school office.

Links to external supports can be found below;


24 hour crisis support  

Lifeline  131114 

Kids Helpline  1800 55 1800  

Mental Health Intake Line  1800 011 511  

The Suicide Call Back Service  1300 659 467  (Provides crisis counselling to people at risk of suicide, carers for someone who is suicidal and those bereaved by suicide.)  

School TV

Varied support topics




Alcohol and Drug Support   

Eating Disorder / Body Image concerns 

Eating Disorders – Central Coast Local Health District – NSW Health  

Family Support  

Connect Kids (  

Domestic Violence  

General Mental Health  

Youth Health – Central Coast Local Health District – NSW Health 

General Health  

Youth Health Clinics – Central Coast Local Health District – NSW Health 

Support for families of a person diagnosed with Mental Health  


Job Search Sites  

Emergency food and clothing

St Vincent De Paul Wyong. Emergency food, clothing, furnishings and referral to housing. 

Monday to Friday 9am – 4pm   4353 5614 

Food vouchers San Remo Neighbourhood Centre 4390 7888 

Food vouchers/ frozen meals Toukley Neighbourhood Centre  4396 1555 


Stop, Breathe and Think  


The Check In (if concerned for a friend)  


ReachOut Worry Time 

ReachOut Breathe  

Mind Shift (anxiety)  

Smiling Mind (Relaxation)  

Body Beautiful (Self-Esteem) – $1.49  

Pacifica (Stress, Anxiety and Depression)