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Miranda has a background in history and studies of religion. After completing her Bachelor of Arts she studied counselling to further her passion for helping others navigate mental health, substance use, and social concerns.
She has experience working with range of issues including: anxiety and depression, substance misuse and dependency, managing relationships, self-esteem and confidence issues, healing adverse developmental experiences and trauma, and LGBTQIA, cultural, and disability issues.
She utilises a trauma-informed, culturally inclusive approach.
The role of the Counsellor is to contribute to the development of the School’s students and to support their successful study.
The counsellor can provide assistance with the following areas: study skills including exam anxiety and time management, stress management – balancing study, work and other commitments, family and relationship concerns, health matters – lifestyle and vocational goals.
The counsellor can also provide referrals and information about services if needed.
If a referral is necessary the Counsellor has information about relevant community resources and government agencies.
The service is free and confidential.