While students will be able to resolve most of the difficulties
they experience with the assistance of parents, friends, or staff
members, there may be times when social/emotional issues interfere
with the adjustment to LASA's academic program.
Wellness Counselors frequently work with
students who struggle with personal issues, including:
* Eating Issues
* Identity Issues
* Drug/Alcohol Use
* Social Issues
Although Wellness Counselors are equipped to provide continued
support at school, they can also help provide referrals to outside
resources, therapists and clinicians.
If a student's concern is mostly academic in nature,
they should visit with their School Counselor first. Our School
Counselors are all experts in personal counseling, study skills,
and stress reduction!
How do I
make an appointment?
If you need to see a Wellness Counselor, you can make an
* Going to the Main Office and filling out an appointment
* Or email us at email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Students may refer themselves to a Wellness Counselor. Parents
and staff can also refer students for help.
Everything you tell a counselor will be kept private and
confidential. However, there are times when counselors need to
break confidentiality in order to make sure students are safe. The
three reasons for breaking confidentiality are:
1. If you disclose hurting someone.
2. If you disclose hurting yourself or plans to hurt
3. If you disclose that someone has hurt
Common Issues In Counseling Gifted Students
When should I see a Counselor?
Reporting suspected Child Abuse and Neglect