Welcome back Village Families!
I am thrilled to be starting my 8th year at Village and my 9th year in GISD. This will also be my 23rd year as a professional school counselor.
I grew up in Orange, Texas, and received my Undergraduate and Master's degrees from Lamar University in Beaumont, Texas. My family moved to Georgetown in 2014. My husband and I have 3 amazing children. Austin, 2022 Texas A&M Graduate , Alex, a Sophomore at Texas A&M Galveston, and Abby, a Senior at GHS.
At Village, I am so fortunate to be able to spend a great deal of time in individual, group, and guidance counseling with our students. I enjoy helping students with anger management, anxiety, grief, divorce issues, social skills, self-esteem, and a variety of other areas that help them be successful throughout the year.
I look forward to seeing those smiling faces this fall and welcoming back all of our families. Please feel free to contact me if I can be of any help throughout the school year.
Degrees and Certifications:
B.S. Elementary Education, Lamar University
M.Ed. Guidance and Counseling, Lamar University
We also have a fabulous new Mental Health Support Service through GISD: Care Solace
GISD parents/guardians and immediate family members can connect with a Care Solace concierge in four ways:
- Call (888) 515-0595 to speak with someone from the Concierge team.
- Video chat by visiting our direct access link for GISD families: www.caresolace.com/gisdfamilies, select “Talk to Us” and then the “Virtual Chat” button.
- Email Care Solace at email@example.com with your contact information, your preferred language, and a good time to reach you.
- Contacting your student’s school counselor who can provide a referral on your behalf.
All information shared with Care Solace remains completely confidential and securely stored.
New Mental Health Support Alert: The Texas Department of Health & Human Services has launched a health support line to help Texans experiencing anxiety, stress, or emotional challenges due to the Covid-19 Pandemic. You can call the statewide COVID-19 Mental Health Support Line 24/7 at 833-986-1919.