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Your Compass for School Counseling Services

Our elementary and middle school counseling departments are committed to ensuring every child is understood, valued, and empowered. Our mission is to foster an environment that is not only academically stimulating, but also emotionally supportive and inclusive.

About WUSD's Counseling Services

  • At the heart of Wiseburn's schools, our counseling team is devoted to creating an atmosphere of kindness, support, acceptance, and security by addressing the academic, social, and emotional needs of our students.
  • We offer personalized counseling services, including academic guidance, personal development, and social skills — ensuring that every child feels safe, included, prepared, and ready to learn.
  • Our ongoing family workshops invite parents and children to learn, discuss, and grow together, strengthening the family bond and community fabric.
  • Families are encouraged to engage with our team through direct email to connect and/or schedule a meeting, ensuring easy access to the support they need.

How to Access Counseling Services

For Students:

  • Self-Referral: Students can easily request counseling services through SchoolsPLP or talking to any member of our staff. Students at WMS may also submit a request using the middle school counseling referral form below. In emergencies, it's crucial to inform an adult immediately.

For Parents/Caregivers:

  • Requesting Counseling: A simple counseling request form allows parents or caregivers to initiate the counseling process, ensuring their child receives the support they need. Use the buttons below to access the forms.

The Counseling Process: What to Expect

  1. Initial Assessment

    Upon receiving a referral, the counselor conducts a comprehensive intake with the student to understand their needs and concerns.

  2. Determining the Next Steps

    Based on the intake, we outline a personalized support plan. This may include ongoing counseling services within the school or, if needed, referral to external resources like Hazel Health or Care Solace for additional support.

  3. Continued Support

    Our commitment is to provide continuous support, adapting to the evolving needs of our students and ensuring their well-being and success.

External Resources and Partnerships

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Hazel Health

Hazel Health provides virtual mental health services at no cost to Wiseburn USD families, including scheduled therapy appointments, access to licensed, bilingual, and diverse therapists who are experts in the needs of children and teens, and additional care coordination. Therapy can help students cope with what they're feeling, such as behavior changes, anxiety, bullying, withdrawal, grief, peer and family relationships, depression, or stress.

Access Hazel Health


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Care Solace

Care Solace supports our community’s mental health and substance use needs. If you or a family member could benefit from help with your mental health or substance use, Care Solace can help find community providers matched to your needs regardless of the circumstance. Care Solace’s team is available 24/7/365 and can support you in any language at no charge to you or your family.

Contact Us

We're here to guide and support you and your child every step of the way. For more information, contact our school site counselors:

Hollyglen Elementary School
Aviation Elementary School
Del Aire Elementary School
Wiseburn Middle School