Since 2014, I have been a middle school counselor. This is my first year at Beulah. As a school counselor, I am passionate about student voice, mentoring, and creating safe and supportive learning environments. In middle school, students develop the tools to be successful as learners, friends, creators, athletes, and leaders. The most rewarding aspect of my position is helping students discover their strengths and transform into confident broncos. Counseling activities celebrate their strengths, highlight their goals, and prepare them for high school and beyond. Every day is an adventure! To view this full site, click here: bit.ly/bpmscounseling
Role of a School Counselor
As a school counselor, I advocate for students to ensure they have a positive and successful middle school experience. I work with students individually, in groups, and in classrooms to promote academic, social, emotional, and career development. I collaborate with educators, families, and the community to support the diverse needs of students and improve achievement.
Counselors offer support in areas including:
Adjusting to change and transitions
Building a positive school climate and culture
Career awareness and exploration
Crisis intervention for students and families
Developing communication, problem-solving, and conflict resolution skills
Digital citizenship for the responsible use of technology
Emotion regulation and self-awareness
Individual and group counseling
Maintaining healthy relationships with peers and adults
how to contact me
Students can send me or the Care Team a Direct Message, requesting to speak with one of us. Direct Messages are self-referral forms located on their Google Classroom for 7th/8th Grade Info. Please encourage your student to complete this form when they need to talk.
Parents/guardians can contact me directly with any questions or to schedule an appointment (email@example.com or 614-801-3500).