The School Counselor and Student Mental Health

School counselors recognize and respond to the need for mental health and behavioral prevention, early intervention and crisis services that promote psychosocial wellness and development for all students. School counselors are prepared to address barriers and to assess ways to maximize students’ success in schools, communities and their family structure by offering education, prevention, and crisis and short-term intervention until the student is connected with available community resources. (ASCA, 2015)

Counseling Services Personnel 2019-2020

Located on the first floor in Room 111

Office Hours: 7:30am – 4:00pm

Support Staff:

Karla McGhee
Bethany Solano
Special Education Administrative Assistant
Dilcia Hernandez
Bilingual Family Liaison

What other support is available in our office?

  • Sharen Humann, Resource Teacher for the Gifted – 703.228.5529
  • Melissa Stone, Speech Therapist – 703.228.2349
  • Liska Friedman, Social Worker – 703.228.2345
  • Jen Phillipp, Psychologist – 703.228.2346
  • Siobhan Bowler, Substance Abuse Counselor 703-228-6361 or 703-228-5518