The following are a list of counseling services that can be provided by the school counselor during school hours:
- Individual Counseling
- Small Group Counseling
- Classroom Guidance Lessons
- Crisis Intervention
- Consultation with parents, teachers, and administrators
- Coordination with outside agencies and therapists
- Referrals for community services
Individual counseling is offered on a short-term basis for a variety of student needs. Students may meet with the school counselor for many reasons including: anxiety, stress, study skills, relationship building, family changes, bullying, and more.
Small Group Counseling:
Small groups provide an additional learning experience which gives children the opportunity to build relationships, practice new skills, and learn through the support of group members. Small group topics vary widely and are determined by current needs and data.
Classroom lessons address important preventative and developmental topics, including character education, conflict resolution, bullying, academic skills, career, personal safety, and more. Topics are determined by needs assessment data, teacher input, and both state and national standards.