Psych4Schools practical online resources are designed to support teachers, school leaders, psychologists and other professionals work more effectively with primary and junior secondary students, parents and colleagues.

Psych4Schools resources are now also available to parents/carers. Note some resources require professional understanding or specialist training in their implementation.

The best interests and wellbeing of the child is the primary focus of Psych4Schools resources.


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Summer reading from Psych4Schools

December 7th, 2020

We wish you well as you work tirelessly to close off the school year and 2020. During this summer break, we invite you to read our two new Psych4schools ebooklets to help enhance your school’s capacity to manage some of the potential challenges 2021 may present. Working with children who fear life-threatening events (revised) provides […]

Impact of COVID-19 and preparing for Term 4

September 23rd, 2020

As teachers and students take a well-earned break, we wish to send a huge shout-out to teachers who have been working harder than ever to ensure the wellbeing of our nation’s children, as well as managing teaching and learning programs. This is such a challenge when many adults, including teachers are feeling heightened levels of […]

Working with children who are conduct disordered and violent

September 14th, 2020

The most challenging behaviours encountered in schools are exhibited by violent, out of control, conduct disordered children. Conduct Disorder (CD) affects a small percentage of children and is typically diagnosed between 10 and 16 years of age. [1] Conduct disordered behaviour frequently creates crisis situations in schools. The following examples illustrate the seriousness of the problem […]