Truth and Courtesy
An Independent Public School
Inspire to Aspire
Ms Iva Filipovska
The School Psychologist's role within the school is to work with staff, parents and students to assist students in achieving to their potential.
The School Psychologist works at a number of levels.
The School Psychologist assists in the promotion and continuing development of Departmental policy and procedures which include assisting in and consulting on:
The School Psychologist works with staff in planning and delivering programs such as study skills, transition, promoting positive peer relations and life skills.
The psychologist is also involved in the development of school policy in areas like social-emotional well-being, crisis management, and students at educational risk.
At this level, the School Psychologist works with referred students who require more intensive support.
This work may involve psychological assessment and specific therapeutic approaches such as counselling students on a variety of personal, social and emotional issues.
The Psychologist also works individually with parents to support them in their role and staff members who may want to access resources or seek support and advice.
The School Psychologist also consults and liaises with other health/welfare agencies and creates collaborative networks.
Students can self-refer by seeking an appointment with the School Psychologist directly, located in Student Services.
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Mount Lawley Senior High School aims to maximise the enjoyment of learning and achievement for all students within a compassionate and democratic school culture, encouraging them to be responsible, creative and engaged lifelong learners.
65 Woodsome Street
Western Australia 6050
Phone: 61 8 9471 0300
Fax: 61 8 9271 1126
Middle School (Yr 7/8/9) Enquiries
Phone: 61 8 9471 0350
Fax: 61 8 9471 0338
Senior School (Yr 10/11/12) Enquiries
Phone: 61 8 9471 0320
Fax: 61 8 9471 0329