General Counseling Information

  • Counseling During Off Campus Learning
      
    We hope you all are doing well and adjusting to learning at home.  We want to let you know that we are here for you during these highly unusual circumstances.  We urge you not to stress as you navigate your way through your lessons at home.  Your teachers are all posting assignments to help keep you occupied and focused.  But, they are secondary to your health and well-being.  Take the time you need and spend time with your family and friends (even if it's online!)  Enjoy your favorite pastimes and hobbies.  We all need to remember to take care of ourselves, now more than ever.  If you have questions or just need to chat, please email us.  We are here and looking forward to hearing from you anytime. We miss your faces and can't wait to see you all again soon.  For now, we are just a click away!
     
    Counseling Office
    818-248-4224 x1260
      
    7th Grade 2020-21  abrown@gusd.net
     8th Grade 2020-21  pgillespie@gusd.net
     Counseling Clerk/Registrar dkeil@gusd.net
     

    Student Help and Crisis Information

    Didi Hirsch in Glendale (M-F - 8:30 a.m. - 5:30 p.m. PST):  888-807-7250

    National Suicide Prevention Lifeline (24 hours):  800-273-8255

    Crisis Text Line (24 hours): Texting "HOME" to 741741

    Trevor Project, LGBTQ Crisis Help (24 hours):  866-4-U-TREVOR

    Teen Line Phone Line (6pm - 10pm PST - Daily):  310-855-4673

    Teen Line Text and Chat: - http://teenlineonline.org

     

    Taking Care of Your Behavioral Health: Click here

     

    How to Talk to Children/Youth About the Coronavirus: Click here

     

    What To Do If I Feel Scared or Nervous About the Coronavirus?: Click here

     

    Coping Skills and Activities Guide - COVID-19: Click here

    A Student's Guide to Mental Health: Click Here

    Parent/Guardian and Caregiver Support Group: Click here

    College & Career Division Newsletter: https://www.smore.com/puzq8

     

    Our Rosemont Counselors are here to help. Counselors help in 3 major areas: Social/Emotional and Academics
     
    Social/Emotional
    Conferencing: Students, Parents, Teachers
    Peer Conflict Resolution
    Communication Skills: tools for appropriate interaction with each other
    Social Media: safety, opportunity to be kind vs hurtful, temporary vs permanent, appropriate use
     
    Academics
    Placement: scheduling into appropriate courses
    Support with teachers, tutors, and parents
    Interventions to help students succeed
    Guidance with goals/organizational skills/time management/motivation
    College/Career resources available
    Promotion requirements