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School Counselor's Corner

Mrs. Raina Mallard

School Counselor

The Brooklet Elementary School counseling program operates on the premise that each student has the potential to develop attitudes, make decisions, and change behaviors in order to become more self-directed. It works to assist students in finding the keys to success in both their academic and personal lives. At Brooklet Elementary School we are "preparing children to be life-long learners."

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As the school counselor, I am here to support you. I will concentrate my time and energy on the following tasks:

1. Classroom Guidance - I will visit classrooms to talk with students about various important topics including, but not limited to: MBF Child Safety Matters (an abuse-prevention program utilized in Bulloch County Elementary Schools), Peer Relations, Character Education traits, Career Exploration, etc.

2. Small Group Counseling - I will lead small counseling/support groups of students (10 or less) in exploring topics such as divorce, anger management/conflict resolution, grief/loss, self-esteem/positive thinking, friendship, etc.

3. Individual Counseling - I will see students in private in my office when they are self-referred, or are referred by a teacher or parent. I cannot provide long-term "therapy" for individual students, but am available to listen to students' private concerns.

In addition to the above tasks, I will conduct Section 504 Plans, hold conferences with parents when requested, and be an active advocate for teachers, students, and families.

Please feel free to call or stop by my office and share your ideas.

Confidentiality is respected!

However, there are instances when confidentiality must be broken. Cases of endangerment, such as physical and sexual abuse, neglect, threatening harm to others, or suicidal thoughts are times when I have a legal obligation to break confidentiality.

Mrs. Raina Mallard
Brooklet Elementary School
600 W. Lane St.
Brooklet, GA 30415

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