Who is an Elementary School Counselor?
An Elementary School Counselor is a certified professional who works within a child's total environment to assist him/her in addressing his/her academic, behavioral, emotional and social needs.
What does the Elementary School Counselor do?
With what types of things can a Counselor help?
The School Counselor can provide support services to address a number of issues, including (though certainly not limited to) the following:
|* Anger Management||* Coping Skills||* Parenting Skills|
|* Anxiety||* Divorce/Changing Families||* Self-Esteem|
|* Behavior Modification||* Friendship Skills||* Social Skills|
|* Conflict Resolution||* Grief and Loss||* Stress Management|
How does a student see the Counselor?
Students can see the Elementary Counselor via a self-referral, parental request, and/or teacher or administrative referral.
Sessions may be held on a regular, ongoing basis or simply as needed.