GMHS Counseling

The Counseling Team

Dr. Lisa Langerman

School Psychologist

Lisa.Langerman@jeffcoschools.us

(303) 982-9459

Schedule a meeting with me

Lori Gray, LPC

Jefferson Center for Mental Health

School-Based Clinician – Green Mountain High School

LoriG@jcmh.org

720/761-4383

Ms. Grey is contracted through Jefferson County Mental Health. Referrals are made through your grade level counselor.

Upcoming Events

After School Credit Recovery

Tuesdays from 3:15 pm - 5:15 pm beginning on September 13th through December 6th. Credit Recovery will continue the second semester starting January 17th through May 2nd.

Green Mountain High School Credit Recovery Information

Contact your child's counselor if you have additional questions about credit recovery options. See contact information above.

It is in your best interest to plan early for the college admission process. Consult with your school counselor once a year at a minimum to ensure that you are on track for graduation and admissions to the college/university of your choice. The following are some college planning timeline suggestions by grade level.


Family Resources

If you or someone you love is hurting, there are resources available.

6 free therapy sessions provided to students 18 and under as well as 21 and under with an IEP. There are hundreds of appointments available every week. There is no current waitlist for telehealth and only a brief waitlist for in person services. Services are available in Spanish and English.

The 988 Suicide & Crisis Lifeline is a national network of local crisis centers that provides free and confidential emotional support to people in suicidal crisis or emotional distress 24 hours a day, 7 days a week in the United States. We're committed to improving crisis services and advancing suicide prevention by empowering individuals, advancing professional best practices, and building awareness.

The Jefferson Center has opened a BRAND NEW Family Services Collaborative Care Clinic serving youth ages 8-22 and their families.

It is like a walk in counseling center - a place where kids and families can get immediate access to a therapist. They also have wrap around service providers on site so families can get immediate assistance with a variety of other needs as well.

Simple Mental Health Awareness Activities

Wanna make your self-care routine something fun to do? Here's are a few printable self-care bingo games.

The Jeffco Schools Virtual Calm Room includes tools and strategies for students, staff and families to manage emotions and stress.

May is Mental Health Awareness Month. Take care of your own mental health with these suggested daily, weekly and monthly activities.

Monthly calendars that help you bring awareness to daily activities that can help boost your mental health.

EF Workbook Teens.pdf

Executive Functioning Workbook for Teens

Is your teen struggling with organization? Seems scattered? Forgetful? Executive Functioning skill building can be the answer to them taking control of their learning once and for all.

Parent "Ram"bassadors

('Ask a Parent' Resource List)

The Parent "Ram"bassadors are GMHS parents who want to help other parents with their questions no matter how big or small. Whether you are a new parent to GMHS or have been around awhile but still have questions, they're here to help!

GMHS Counseling Mission Statement

We empower our students to be resilient, curious and compassionate by nurturing meaningful relationships.

What can a High School Counselor help you with?

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Guidance Counselor vs. School Counselor

What's the difference?