Counseling and Mental Health Services
Our comprehensive school counseling program includes four service delivery components implemented by our campus counselors:
➢ Guidance Curriculum: Champion Auxillery Period (CAP) is a time during the first 20-25 minutes of school each day. Lessons are related to character, leadership, personal health & safety, intrapersonal and interpersonal effectiveness, post-secondary planning, and career readiness. Lessons are developed to be grade-level appropriate through collaboration of campus counselors and the district Curriculum & Instruction department.
➢ Responsive Services: Campus counselors provide crisis intervention, community referrals, and preventative counseling (individual or group).
➢ Individual Planning: Campus counselors guide students as they plan, monitor, and manage their individual educational, career, personal and social development via cohort meetings, classroom visits, email, google classroom, and individual planning sessions.
➢ System Support: Campus counselors coordinate programs to address student academic and social emotional wellbeing, including emotional literacy, trauma-informed practices, and other state-mandated topics as needed. Additional support services and individual professional counseling session are available through Dialogue by Dialcare.
We believe that it is important to prioritize and to take a preventive approach to mental health concerns. Through our partnership with Dialogue by Dialcare, middle and high school students can virtually connect with licensed professional counselors for FREE! Dialogue counselors work with conditions such as depression, stress, anxiety, relationships, grief, eating disorders, addiction and more. Students have access to talk to licensed professional counselors by phone or video seven days a week from 7 a.m. to 10 p.m. Learn more.
Contact your school counselor to learn more or start today!
Sam Ijeh, firstname.lastname@example.org
High School Counselor:
Hannah Gill, email@example.com