QGCA Representative and Vice President Kaylene Mulcahy travelled to Mount Isa to attend the QGCA’s first Regional Twilight;

Mapping Intelligence; The potential for CHC theory to contribute to Guidance. Presented by Belinda Wauge, Guidance Officer, Cloncurry State School.

It was an early ‘flying start’, but an absolute honour, to travel to Mount Isa and the Centre for Learning and Wellbeing.

Welcomed by SGO Sally Bryant and her team I was intrigued by Belinda Wauge’s presentation, Mapping Intelligence: The potential for CHC theory to contribute to Guidance. It was not only relevant in NCR- Mount Isa, but relevant to all Guidance Officers and School Counsellors in Qld.