Welcome to the department of counseling and mental health. In order to achieve the MCPS Seven Keys to College and Career Readiness, the mission of the Counseling and Mental Health Department is to promote thriving schools through initiatives that encourage personal, social, emotional, and academic growth.
Supervisor of Counseling & Mental Health
Dr. Robb Killen
931-388-8403, ext. 8169
SCHOOL COUNSELING SERVICES
The comprehensive school counseling program is an integral part of the school environment. It is implemented by Masters and/or Doctoral level licensed professional school counselors. School counselors are specifically trained to address the issues within our schools that have a substantial impact on student learning. Serving as leaders and advocates, school counselors work with students, families, communities, faculty and staff to address issues that have a substantial impact on student academic, personal/social and career development. Counselor activities include:
Direct services – face-to-face interactions between school counselors and students.
- School counseling curriculum (instruction/group activities)
- Individual student planning (appraisal/advisement)
- Responsive services (counseling/crisis response)
- College/Career Readiness Counseling.
Indirect Student Services - services provided on behalf of students resulting from school counselors’ interactions with others.
Program Management and School Support
*Maury County Public Schools counseling program is implemented within the framework of the Tennessee School Counseling Model and Standards Policy. The Tennessee Model reflects the American School Counselor Association (ASCA) National Standards for School Counseling Programs and the ASCA National Model: A Framework for School Counseling Programs. See below for website links to both models:
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