Wellbeing and Counselling Services

Wellbeing and Counselling Services offer students a range of free and confidential support options to enhance study, create connection and ignite individual potential. All enquiries to wacs@angliss.edu.au or call us on 03 9606 2210.

    About Wellbeing and Counselling Services

    Our friendly team provides a range of specialised support services and resources to enhance individual health and wellbeing.

    The Wellbeing and Counselling Services (WACS) is committed to provide a safe, culturally appropriate and inclusive service for all students, regardless of their ethnicity, faith, disability, sexuality or gender identity. Free and confidential to students, available services include:

    • Up to six sessions of individual counselling per year.  Zoom and phone consultations available.
    • Referral to support services who can help with improving your mental health and wellbeing.
    • Assistance with Special Consideration and Bursary applications.
    • Group sessions or Classroom Information sessions.
    • Information and referral to services who can help with accommodation and legal issues, etc.
    • Second hand uniform and equipment.


    Wellbeing Liaison Officer - Lily Reed
    Building C, Level 2, Room 206

    Counsellors – Marion Miller and Tanya Rae
    Building C, Level 2, Rooms 205 and 207

    • Drop-in times: 9:00am – 4:00pm - Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday.
    • Drop-in times: 9:00am – 12:00pm - Thursday.

    The Wellbeing and Counselling Services are closed on Thursday afternoons.  Please call or email us and the Officer will get back to you on alternative days during those weeks

    Email: wacs@angliss.edu.au 

    Phone: (03) 9606 2210 


    I Need Help Now

    Our service is unable to provide 24 hour crisis support. If at any time you need immediate assistance, please contact the following 24-hours services:

    • Lifeline 13 11 14
    • Safe Steps (Family Violence Support): 1800 015 188
    • Homelessness Crisis Line: 1800 627 727
    • Mental Health Triage (Adults): 1300 874 243
    • Mental Health Triage (Youth): 1800 888 320
    • Sexual Assault Crisis Line - 1800 806 292

    If at any time you're concerned about your safety or the safety of somebody else, please call emergency services on ‘000’. 


    Need urgent help now?

    Call Lifeline on 13 11 14 for free 24 hours a day, 7 days a week crisis support.
    For medical or other emergencies call 000.