The goal of the School Counseling Department is to provide a structured program of services that addresses the educational, personal, social and emotional competencies necessary to become productive students, lifelong learners, and responsible citizens. Facilitated by school-wide practices and policies, strategic partnerships, as well as family and community engagement, counseling is an integral piece of the TASIS experience.
School Counseling Team
Director of School Counseling
Role of the Counselor
Provide you with resources and strategies to support your child at home.
Meet with you and/or your child to make sure they are heard. Advocate for them when necessary.
Work with the teachers to help them incorporate SEL learning in the classroom. Provide direct lessons to students.
When necessary, we can meet one-on-one with your child to help them overcome a particularly difficult challenge. If more support is needed, we can guide you in finding the right person to work with your child.
Small Group Counseling
We meet in small groups (sometimes called ‘lunch bunch’) to help students work through things like friendship difficulties, conflict resolution, inclusion, kindness etc.
Whole Group Counseling
During the course of the school year, we provide direct lessons to classes based on their needs. We also work closely with teachers in order for them to incorporate social-emotional learning as part of their everyday teaching.
We frequently meet caregivers to help them learn how to best support their child by sharing resources and strategies so that they are better equipped to meet their child's needs.
Importance of SEL and EQ