Psych4Schools offers online resources that provide up-to-date practical advice and strategies for primary and junior secondary teachers, school leaders and other professionals.
Most classrooms have children who worry or concern their teacher. It is not reasonable for teachers or school leaders to be experts on the many childhood conditions, co-existing issues and family situations that impact on children and their learning. Psych4Schools provides the practical support and expert knowledge you need.
Working with Children ebooklets link student wellbeing and management with teaching and learning, providing information and practical teaching strategies to assist you to address individual needs.
Working with Parents and Working with Colleagues ebooklets demonstrate effective communication techniques to help you engage and work with adults more effectively.
Built on evidence-based learning, our resources have been reviewed and trialled by teachers, principals, school leaders, psychologists and other professionals in diverse school settings.
- Murray Evely
Psychologist/Guidance Officer and Principal of Psych4SchoolsDip.Tch. (Prim.), Grad.Dip.Ed.Stud (Rdg.), BA (Hons), MAPS
Murray has extensive experience as a teacher-trained psychologist providing practical resources and advice to principals, teachers and school communities.
He has been a Victorian Department of Education Student Support Services Team Leader and a Regional Psychology Stream Leader. Murray consults privately to schools on a weekly basis, conducts a part-time private practice and works one day a week as a Professional Advisor for the Australian Psychological Society.
Murray has consulted in a number of specialised school settings and previously consulted with two private hospitals in Melbourne. His expert wellbeing knowledge has identified student needs in disadvantaged schools as well as schools in higher socio-economic areas.
- Zoe Ganim
Psychologist and Co-Founder of Psych4Schools (exited Psych4Schools Dec 2018)BA, BSSc(Hons)(Psych), MEdPsych, MAPS
Zoe is a psychologist who has predominantly worked in a range of school settings with children, adolescents, parents, teachers and staff.
She has worked also a psychologist in university and hospital settings, the corporate sector and various non-profit organisations in Australia and the USA, including the Reach Foundation, Eating Disorders Foundation of Victoria, Lifeline and Larkin St Youth Services.
Zoe’s research has been published in The Australian Educational and Developmental Psychologist,Human Psychiatry and Human Development, and Behavioural Science, and presented at conferences in the USA and New Zealand and schools and universities in Australia.