Elementary School Counseling

What is Elementary School Counseling?

Elementary school counseling describes a comprehensive, developmental and systematic program of services based on state and national standards offered to children in the school environment. Services are provided by a state certified, professionally trained school counselor. Program services focus on improving developmental and situational concerns related to learning. (Myrick, 1997; Gladding, 2000; ASCA, 2005)

The Elementary School Counselor…

  • Teaches classroom lessons
  • Facilitates short-term, small group counseling
  • Provides immediate, short-term individual and crisis counseling
  • Works collaboratively with teachers and staff
  • Consults with parents
  • Participates in curriculum development
  • Provides information and/or referrals for community resources to families

  • Please contact your school counselor if you have any concerns about your child regarding...

  • Family changes (moving, illness, death, divorce or separation)
  • Classroom performance
  • Sudden changes in behavior at school or home
  • Peer relationships
  • Self concept
  • Social, emotional, or academic development

  • School-based services are based upon PA Standards for Student Interpersonal Skills, PA Act 211 Drug and Alcohol Education, PA Career Education and Work Standards, and national standards developed by the American School Counselor Association.

    Lori Morin

    Washington Elementary School Counselor

    Ms. Lori Morin



    Mt. Lebanon School District

    7 Horsman Drive

    Pittsburgh PA 15228

    Fax: 412-344-2047


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