Specific issues some students face include academic success, career choice, child abuse, cultural diversity, dropping out of school, educational choices, family loss, relationships, school attendance, stress, substance abuse, and suicide.
As a result, there is continuing need for individual counseling, small group counseling, consultation, and referral. The responsive services component also supports the activities in the guidance curriculum and individual planning components.
Parent/guardian involvement with and participation in the activities of this component are critical in helping students overcome barriers to their personal/social, academic and career development achievement. Parent/guardian involvement may include referring their children for assistance, working with professional school counselors to identify issues of concern, giving permission for needed services, and providing help in resolving issues.
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School Based Consultant Through St. Louis Children Service Fund
The school based consultant works with students one on one or in groups about things in their life that may be hard for them to deal with on their own. She works with children on a variety of topics from having parents who are divorced, losing a loved one, learning how to use coping skills, dealing with students displaying bullying behavior, social skills, and a range of other areas. If you feel your child may benefit from this service, please contact Hayley by calling 314.983.5546 or emailing at email@example.com. We will need to have the following form on file School Based Licensed Professional Counselor Consent Form before your child can meet with the school based consultant.
Students with consent will be scheduled for a weekly thirty minute session during the school day at a time that is convenient for the teacher and the student will miss the least amount of instruction time.
Tuesdays 9:00 A.M. - 12:00 P.M.
Wednesdays 9:00 A.M. - 12:00 P.M.
Parent & Teacher Resources:
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