Assist students in understanding and accepting self and others
Provide crisis intervention
Assist with conflict resolution
Help students develop safe anger management skills
Help at-risk students develop appropriate social interaction skills
Connect students and their families to community services
Develop trusting partnerships with families and caregivers.
Listen to concerns of family and help problem solve.
Assist family in utilization of community resources to strengthen the family and student.
Secure access to programs available and/or work to develop needed programs as identified by caregivers, parents, and families.
School counselors participate in special education assessment. This may include involvement/support in Individual Educational Planning (IEP) meetings, and other meetings with staff and families to address special accomodations needed for students' behavioral and emotional health.
Identify factors in child's living situation and/or school situation that impinge upon his/her education.
Mobilize family, school, and community resources to enable the child to learn as effectively as possible.
Assist i social developmental assessments to determine factors which may affect child's ability to learn
Assist in developing positive behavioral intervention strategies
|Monday-||Ms. Zupan at Central||Mrs. Miller at Eastern|
|Tuesday-||Ms. Zupan at Central||Mrs. Miller at Eastern|
|Wednesday-||Ms. Zupan at Eastern||Mrs. Miller at Western|
|Thursday-||Ms. Zupan at Eastern||Mrs. Miller at Western|
|Friday-||Ms. Zupan at Central||Mrs. Miller at Western|
- frequent and unexplained headaches, stomachaches
- significant weight gain or loss
- feeling sad, hopeless, weepy, or empty
- unmerited feelings of being "bad" or "stupid"
- changes in sleep patterns/problems with sleeping
- unprovoked anger or aggression
- refusal or reluctance to attend school, skipping school
- dropping out of favorite activities
- withdrawal, little interest in playing with others
- running away
- cutting, self-injury, threats of self-harm
- sudden drop in grades or change of behavior
- self-destructive behavior, including drug and alcohol
- difficulty with relationships
- antisocial or delinquent behavior
- inattention to appearance or grooming
- risk taking behaviors with little thought of consequences
- extreme sensitivity to rejection or failure
- slowed physical responses or increased physical agitiation
- social isolation
from Mental Health America of Summit County
School Counseling is limited in the services provided. It is not a substitute for on-going, intensive behavioral health needs.