School Counseling Program

Every child deserves a champion — an adult who will never give up on them, who understands the power of connection, and insists they become the best they can be. —Rita Pierson

About Our Program

Visit the CPSC Counseling Website for lots of resources for students and parents!

The mission of the CPSC counseling program is to support the academic, personal, social, and career development of all students, empowering them to become lifelong learners and respectful, knowledgeable, and responsible global citizens.

Who We Are

Carla Stevens

Grades K-4
carla@cpsfc.org
919-682-1200 x116
About Carla...»

Katrina Morgan

Grades 5-8
katrina@cpsfc.org
919-682-1200 x 595
About Katrina...»

Please contact us anytime! We love hearing from CPSC families!

What We Do

Individual & Small Group Counseling

A student may be referred to a school counselor by him/herself, a teacher, or a parent/guardian.

Referral forms are available in the main office for parents.

If a teacher refers a student, the counselor will contact parents if ongoing counseling is recommended.

Counselors maintain confidentiality.

Classroom Guidance

Counselors support students' social, emotional, academic and career development through classroom guidance lessons.

Specific areas of focus and schedules are arranged with individual teachers and grade levels.

Consultation

Counselors provide consultation to teachers, parents, and outside community professionals as needed.

Family Assistance

When to Contact the School Counselor:

  • Family changes
  • Friendship issues
  • Challenging school behaviors
  • Academic concerns
  • Confidence & self-esteem issues
  • Social conflict or bullying
  • Mental health issues
  • Crises
  • Parenting resources

Additional Programs

Additional programs include...

  • Food pantry
  • Holiday giving program
  • Sibshop workshops for students who have siblings with disabilities
  • Transition planning
  • and more!

Visit the CPSC Counseling Website »

This page (School Counseling Program) last updated March 5, 2016