How can I reach you?
You can reach me by phone at (502) 241-1452 Ext. 309. If I am unavailable to take your call during the school day, please leave a message and I will get back with you as soon as possible. I will check my email throughout the day as I am able. You can email me at firstname.lastname@example.org. Please keep in mind that at times our district server does crash, so if you are needing to contact me with an emergency situation calling the school would be the best way to reach me.
I'm concerned about my child. What kind of help is available?
Most of the time I help students with concerns in group or individual counseling settings. The best setting for your child will depend on their need and their personality. Selecting the best setting for your child is a careful process that always involves parent and teacher input. Please contact me and we can discuss the concerns you have for your child and determine the best path for them.
I'm concerned that my child might need more significant help from a counselor or therapist. How do I know if this is true and who can I contact?
I would be glad to talk to you about your child and your concerns. Contact me by phone to schedule an appointment and we can spend some time together discussing your concerns. If I can help, I'd be glad to! If more significant help is determined to be needed I can support you in finding other service providers in our community.
I'm worried about my child academically. How do I address this concern?
The first step is to openly communicate with your child's teacher about any academic concerns you have. Your teacher will work with your child and you to make a plan to address your concerns and try various interventions to help your child become more successful. If concerns continue over time your child's teacher will contact set up a time for you to meet with the appropriate school leaders to determine the next steps to be taken.