What Types of Counseling are Available?

School Counseling is a comprehensive program designed to promote and enhance student performance and achievement by addressing the academic, career and personal/social needs of all students.  The program is administered by professional counselors and is delivered through individual counseling, classroom guidance, and small group counseling.

Academic Counseling

What does academic counseling include?     

  • Goal Setting
  • Academic Support
  • Transition Planning
  • Mentoring
  • Support Group Participation
  • IEP Support504 Coordination

Career Counseling

What does career counseling include?

  • Career Information System (CIS)          
  • Willamette Academy           
  • Peer Helper Program           
  • AVID Program    
  • Career Night

Personal/Social Counseling

What does personal/social counseling include?

This type of counseling involves addressing students’ needs through a one-on-one counseling support.   Examples may include:      

  • Peer pressure            
  • Bullying prevention           
  • Conflict resolution              
  • Family relationships
  • Personal identity issues    
  • Grief and loss          
  • Suicide
  • Child abuse               
  • Motivation and achievement concerns
  • School dropout prevention                       
  • Substance abuse