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ICS: Support Services Referral Form

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BCMS: Support Services Referral Form

BCHS: Support Services Referral Form

TIGER: Support Services Referral Form

How do Family Support Specialists and Student Support Coordinator meet with students? 

  • Individually
  • Small Groups
  • Classroom Guidance

 

Individual Counseling

Individual counseling is a service offered to students from  Pre – Kindergarten through Grade 12.  Students may be referred for counseling by a parent, a teacher/staff or themselves.  Counseling can be ongoing or short-term based on the need/situation.

 

Below are a few common challenges students face:

  • Academic Challenges
  • Social Skills
  • Conflict Resolution
  • Anger Management
  • Grief and Loss
  • Peer Relations
  • Anxiety
  • Family Change
  • Self-Esteem Issues

 

Many times, students will request a visit with the Student Success Coordinator regarding a situation at school. A brief meeting is held to try to resolve the situation, particularly if there has been a problem in the classroom/ playground/hallway/lunchroom with another student(s). These types of visits do not require prior permission from a parent.

Small-Group Counseling

  • School Success Skills
  • Academic Success
  • Making Good Choices
  • Friendship Group
  • Goal Setting
  • Grief and Loss
  • Expressing Feelings
  • Lunch Bunch
  • Anger Management
  • Pregnant and Parenting

 

What are some reasons families request support? 

  • Concerns with student achievement
  • Early discussion of potential crisis
  • Family instability or concerns
  • Related health concerns
  • Obtain linkages to community resources

Some student and family challenges require intensive interventions, either with an individual practitioner or agency. BCN Family Support Specialist can assist you with more information about resources in the community.