What is the role of a school counselor?

  • Strives to make the students feel that there is someone in the school who knows and cares about them
  • Acts as a resource for all the students when their needs extend beyond the classroom
  • Supports teachers and provide them with suggestions and tools according to their needs

What are the counseling services offered at our school?

  • Emotional, social, developmental, and behavioral services to students and families
  • Classroom observations
  • Intervention Plans
  • One-to-one individual counseling
  • Group counseling

What is counseling? 

Counseling is a helping relationship between a student and his/her counselor. The counselor listens to the student and guides him/ her finding solutions to some issues or problems he/ she might be experiencing. The discussions that take place in the counseling office are strictly CONFIDENTIAL. 

What issues can I discuss with my counselor? 

Adjustment / Making friends / Relationships with family members / Study skills / Dealing with depression / Fear of exams /  Attendance problems / Getting involved in school life / Dealing with anxiety / Stress management / Conflict with friends or teachers / Decision making skills / Problem solving skills / Controlling anger / Time management / Dealing with crises (medical or personal) / Any or other social, interpersonal or psychological issue you need to talk about.