Counselling

 

Counseling

Counselors are available to help you with any problem you may have. Counselors are able to assist you in

a variety of ways:

• Arranging for help if you are finding your schoolwork too difficult

• Listening to your personal or social concerns and providing information and suggestions

• Referring you to community and professional services

• Helping you to choose appropriate courses and careers and to develop a personalized learning plan

• Developing your work habits and your study and self-motivation skills

• Helping you to modify behavior that is interfering with your success

• Mediating conflicts that arise between you and other students of the school

• Intervening on your behalf if you are at risk and working with you, your family and teachers to

enhance your opportunities for success; and consulting with your teachers, or parents or the school

administration

If you want to talk with your counselor, drop by the counseling area and arrange for an appointment by

speaking with them directly or with the counseling secretary. Your counselor will contact you as soon as

they can. You are urged to see your counselor before the concern becomes a crisis. Counselors are not

involved in disciplining students, and all information shared with them is kept confidential. Encourage

your parents to contact your counselor at any time, by telephoning the school.

 

Thank You,

 

Leigh Blacklock                    Nirmal Parmar

Counselor                              Counselor