The MS Counselor provides a wide range of services in the school but mostly supports students in grades 6-8 with academic and/or as social and emotional concerns.
Academic Counseling is available to all students to help them understand their individual strengths, to set goals, and to assist them in planning an appropriate program of studies with their elective courses.
Some of the areas in which a counselor can work with students and parents are:
- Assisting students in selecting appropriate courses each year
- Checking each student’s progress through a regular review of their grades
- Consulting with faculty regarding student performance
- Counseling students experiencing academic difficulties and developing strategies for
- Being available to meet with parents of all students
- Peer Relationships
- Transition / Adjustment Issues
- Social Pressures
- Emotional Concerns
- Family Conflicts
Personal Counseling is available to all students, teachers and parents to better assist students in managing the normal developmental issues that arise during preadolescence and any other difficulties they may encounter.
Other activities in which the MS Counselor is involved during the school year include: New student and family transitions / parent-caregiver talks / multicultural and inclusion awareness / Advisory block / Mediation Program / Peer Helpers.
Quim Soler is a licensed Educator with a Master's degree in Personal Counseling, and Post Graduate Program Certificates in Play Therapy and Cognitive Behavioral Therapy. He has worked in 3 different international schools and he has experience at the primary, elementary and middle school levels of education as an Educator and as a School Counselor. At Carol Morgan School he works with all middle school students in grades 6-8. Mr. Quim is the leader and trainer of the MS Peer Helpers/Peer Mediation group.
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Carol Morgan School Counseling Program Mission
The Counseling Department at Carol Morgan supports all students through a comprehensive and developmental approach that addresses the four domains outlined by the International Model for School Counseling – academic, personal/social, career and global perspective. The well-articulated preK-12 counseling program provides instruction, support and caring at every level. Services are provided to maximize the academic achievement of all students and promote the necessary skills, attitudes, and beliefs for all students to strengthen their unique capabilities and enable them to participate in a global society as responsible citizens.