Psych4Schools offers resources to support teachers, leadership teams and other professionals working with primary and junior secondary schools. Practical online resources help teachers and psychologists work more effectively with children, parents and colleagues.

After nearly a decade of successful support Psych4Schools is now open to parent membership.

Parents are advised that Psych4Schools resources are written for use by Australian psychologists, teachers and other school professionals. Some resources require professional understanding or specialist training and in their implementation.
Resources have been developed with the best interests and wellbeing of the child as the primary focus.

Parents are reminded that teachers and psychologists have many reasons for their practice and advice. Psych4Schools resources provide only one source of recommendations that guide their practice.


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Emotional Self-Regulation

February 16th, 2020

By Psych4Schools Guest Blogger Astrid Gates with Murray Evely Emotional self-regulation is the ability to monitor and manage our own behaviour, calm ourselves when we’re distressed and pick ourselves up when we’re feeling low. Self-regulation skills are developmental in nature, just like learning to walk, talk and read. Since children make progress academically when they […]

Helping students to talk about the 2019-2020 bushfires

January 23rd, 2020

The bushfires that have ravaged communities around Australia from late 2019 continue to devastate Australians and raise many issues for them and the international community.  Although Australia is prone to bushfire, the massive fuel loads, the vastness of the fire zones – some with their own weather systems – the voraciousness of the fires that […]

A transition profile to assist in supporting a child with ASD

December 11th, 2019

I recently asked teachers to name key things they would like to know about a child diagnosed with autism spectrum disorder (ASD) who was about to come into their class or year level. These discussions revealed some common suggestions: What are the behaviour triggers for the child? What are their likes and interests? How much […]