Health & Counseling

(Kelsey Jones)

Mission Statement

The mission of North Haven Community School’s health and counseling curriculum is to promote whole student wellness. We will work to integrate multiple dimensions of health: mental; emotional; physical and social. By the time our young adults graduate, they will be able to meet the complex challenges and choices they face as they continue to become responsible, independent and healthy community members.

Health & Wellness Resources:

Expressive Arts Therapy & Counseling

What is Expressive Arts Therapy?

Expressive arts therapy is a multimodal approach to therapy. Expressive arts therapy may incorporate writing, drama, dance, movement, mindfulness, visual art exploration, and/or music. People utilizing expressive arts therapy are encouraged by a qualified therapist to explore their responses, reactions, and insights through pictures, sounds, explorations, and encounters with art processes. A person is not required to have artistic ability to use or benefit from expressive arts therapy. (goodtherapy.org)

Individual Counseling:

Individual counseling is available to support students with mental, emotional and social wellbeing. School-based counseling is available with the school counselor or a school-based social worker.

Group Counseling:

Group counseling is available to support improved group dynamics, social & emotional regulation and community cohesion.

Expressive Arts Therapy & Counseling Resources:

Academic Counseling:

  • Personal Learning Plans
  • Student Portfolios

College & Career Counseling:

College and Career curriculum is explored throughout K-12 classes.

Intensive college and career courses are offered in the high school curriculum and counseling is provided by the school counselor and professional college consultant, Gary Canter.

College Counseling & Resources:

Career Counseling & Resources: