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At Marist College, the care and development of the whole person is central to our philosophy. Therefore, the love and care of each other is the responsibility of every student and adult, part of our community.

The philosophy of the Student Advocacy Counsellor is to listen to and support students so that they are able to learn and develop fully.  All students may access this service through a self-referral process via email or directly at the Student Advocacy Counsellor’s room.  Looking out for the wellbeing of all students, deans and whanau may also make student referrals to the Student Advocate Counsellor.  When necessary, families may be supported to access specialised expertise of external agencies.  

Guidance Counselling is private and confidential.  The exception to this is in instances of serious harm to self and/or others where a Code of Ethics requires that further support is accessed. Students are informed of this expectation.    
Online bookings are available for our Counsellors through the link below:https://maristcollege7217.setmore.com

Support Agencies

A guide for Parents, Caregivers and Families/Whanau


Talk about Anything: 0800 Whats Up
Suicide and Crisis Counselling:
Lifeline 24/7 Helpline 09 522 999
Call: 09 909 8750
Chinese Lifeline: 0800 888 880

Anxiety, Bullying, Depression, Suicide, Family Work, Self Harm, Sexual Abuse, Substance Abuse:
Free phone 0800 376 633
Free text 234

During School hours ring Miss Karen Geaney for further agency contacts:
Ph 09 846 8311, extension 738