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  • The purpose of school counseling is to support students to:

    • Foster self-understanding and self-awareness
    • Develop stress management and coping skills
    • Express emotions in a healthy way
    • Learn self-advocacy skills
    • Explore career and higher learning opportunities
    • Achieve academic success
    • Explore extracurricular activities
    • Discuss home and family stressors and learn positive coping.
    • Develop appropriate social skills
    • Learn to develop positive peer relationships

    Services Available:

    • Individual counseling
    • Parent consultations
    • Academic advisement
    • Group counseling
    • Mediations between peers
    • Teacher/administration consultations and collaboration
    • Connection to outside resources

    *All counseling services are voluntary and confidential.

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Meet your Guidance Counselors

  • 7th-8th Grade - David Lewis

    9th-10th Grade - Justine Grace

    11th & 12th Grade (Last Name A-L) - Daniel Goldsbury

    11th & 12th Grade (Last Name M-Z) - Maureen O'Donnell

    Other Counselors:

    Family Resource Center: Hannah Wolfield, from the Family Resource Center, will be at BCLA-McCormack Dorchester Campus every Friday from 8:00a - 11:00a to provide any assistance for families that need resources.

  • The Home for Little Wanderers

    offers parent support groups to help caregivers expand their village in a safe and confidential environment.

    What is the Parent Support Program?

    The HFLW’s Parent Support Program offers both structured and open-ended groups and workshops for parents. All of the services are FREE.

    Example groups include:

    • Parenting Journey

    • Grandparents Raising Grandchildren

    • Raising Children with Behavioral and

    Mental Health Needs

    • Navigating the Special Education System

    • Financial Literacy