Welcome to North Tahoe School Counseling Services
Helping All Students....
Counseling services are available to all students. As counselors, we work with students individually, in small groups, and in the classrooms. We are available to help students who need someone to listen, help with friends, and to deal with many of the daily school issues. Our main goal as counselors is to help your students succeed academically, socially, and emotionally in school. We assist students with:
- developing a healthy self-concept
- becoming aware of individual strengths and needs
- acquiring positive coping skills in order to deal with tough issues
- decision making
- career planning
- avoiding drug and alcohol use
- mastering life-long learning skills such as responsibility, organization, self-advocacy and problem solving
- community services and mental health referrals
- celebrating positive body image
- assertiveness skills
- understanding responsibility
and other areas of academic, social, and career development.
Here's How It's Done!
Individual counseling is done on a short-term basis. Many anxieties and negative feelings can be eased or eliminated by having the chance to talk them out with someone. Students can learn to set positive goals, take responsibility in making choices and improve their situations. Kids need support during personal crises. A student can make an appointment to see the counselor at any time by stopping by the Counseling Office. A teacher or a parent may also recommend or request an appointment time.
Small groups may focus on making friends and getting along with others, self-esteem concerns, family/life changes and loss issues such as serious illness, separation, or divorce.
Current groups being provided by Tahoe Safe Alliance are:
6th Grade Girls' Empowerment Group
7th Grade Boys’ Empowerment Group
6/7/8 Grief and Loss Group
6/7/8 Cancer Support Group
Classroom Guidance Lessons for all students
The counselors assist in the development of guidance curriculum for Homeroom Days as well as teach classroom guidance lessons on bullying prevention and intervention, cultural awareness, drug and alcohol prevention, and career development.
Phone: (530) 581-7050 Ext 22415
Phone: (530) 581-7050 Ext 31415