Our Counseling Team
BA: Bowling Green State University
Bowling Green, OH (2010)
French Language and Literature
Minors: English, Ethnic Studies
MA: University of Arizona
American Indian Studies (2012)
Counseling, School Counseling Emphasis (2018)
**You can refer your child for individual counseling here**
Hello East Orient families!
I am thrilled to be joining the team this year as East Orient's new School Counselor. This is my third year in education. I moved to Portland from sunny Tucson, Arizona in 2018. I have previously worked in Beaverton and West Linn-Wilsonville.
The School Counseling program at East Orient Elementary is based on the American School Counseling Association National Model and our district standards. It includes a variety of services for ALL students and is designed to assist with interests and issues related to the stages of student growth in the areas of academic, career, personal, emotional, and social development. Here are services that may be offered for the 2021-2022 school year:
Small group counseling sessions, with parent permission, for students focusing on: friendship/social skills, anger management, and other topics as necessary. If you feel that your child needs assistance in any of these areas please let me know
Individual meetings to help students adjust to school or help with personal issues on an as-needed basis.
Classroom lessons with an emphasis on personal/social skills, bullying prevention, child protection, academic development (study skills), and career awareness. I will post lessons in each classroom by Wednesday afternoon
Referral assistance to other programs and services in the community.
If you have any questions regarding the counseling program, please contact me directly at 971-333-8943 or email me at email@example.com. I look forward to working together with you this year to help ensure your child’s success.
During after school hours, you or families can always call the Multnomah crisis line at 503-988-4888.
This line is open to anyone 24 hours 7 days a week and is staffed by mental health professionals. If you have a mental health question, concern or possible crisis call the crisis line and get help. If you are in an emergency situation, please call 911.
If you are concerned about yourself or others who appear at risk for suicide, please call the crisis line (listed above) or one of these numbers. You can always remain anonymous.
The Trevor Project
(A crisis line for LGBTQ youth) 1-866-488-7386
Lines for Life
1-800-273-8255 Youthline-(A peer crisis line for youth)
Text “teen2teen” to 839863
Homeless/crashing on a couch and need help?
Youth Hotline through New Avenues for Youth (24 hrs a day)………...1-800-995-7936
Harry’s Mother Shelter……..503-233-8111
Harry’s Mother (Eastside)...503-912-3423
Need help with getting on the Oregon Health Plan?
Click on the link and learn how to apply! If you would like to read in another language, there is a tab at the bottom right of this page where you can select language(look for Google tab).
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