Catholic College Sale has a Student Counselling Service available to students and their parents. The main role of the Student Counsellor is to provide both young people and their parents with an opportunity to talk through any issue that may be of concern, such as bullying, depression, anxiety, grief and loss, friendship difficulties and family breakdown. These issues can impact significantly on a young person’s emotional wellbeing and educational achievement and we encourage all students at the College to access this service to work through any issues they may be experiencing.

Students are able to book appointments with the College Counsellors through the Student Services reception in the Allman Building and students are also able to send through an online booking request on SIMON ​under Student Links. Most young people will make their own appointment to see the Student Counsellor, however teachers and/or parents may also make a referral should they be  concerned for the safety or wellbeing of the young person and can do this by contacting the College.