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School Counseling

What does a school counselor do?
The role of the elementary counselor is to help students learn and develop to their highest potential, socially, emotionally, and academically. There are so many situations that interfere with a child's learning process. I am here to help students work through those issues. I provide students with early interventions as well as preventative strategies so that All students benefit.


Who is a school counselor?
A Professional who has earned a Master’s Degree in school counseling.
An Educator who holds state certification in school counseling to include counseling theories and practices, human behavior, career education, individual appraisal, and social/cultural issues. Maintaining certification includes on-going professional development to stay current with education reform and challenges facing today's students. Professional association membership enhances the school counselor's knowledge and effectiveness.
A Specialist who has expertise in age-specific developmental stages of student growth, and the needs, tasks, and student interests related to those stages.