Counseling Team Vision and Mission
The vision of the Moreland School District Counseling Program is for all students to depart empowered with the knowledge and skills necessary to achieve academic, personal/social, and career success, and to reach their fullest potential as respectful, responsible citizens.
The mission of the Moreland School District Comprehensive School Counseling Program is to advocate for an environment that supports high achievement for all students and decreases barriers to learning, allowing students to become effective learners, responsible citizens, and productive members of a global workforce. In collaboration with other educators, families, and communities, this comprehensive school counseling program will maximize student potential and enable all students to experience educational success by providing preventative and responsive services in the areas of academic, career, and personal-social development to help students overcome challenges that interfere with learning and reach their fullest potential.
Mental Health Resources for Middle School
Access to Mental Health Services in Moreland
Moreland School District’s Counseling Program offers free, comprehensive school-based counseling supports to students. These services are provided by licensed and pre-licensed mental health professionals and credentialed school counselors. Services offered are evidence based, positive and strengths focused, and include individual, group, and whole class therapies in areas such as: stress management, coping and social skills, strategies to deal with grief and loss, anger management, conflict resolution, substance abuse therapy, and academic empowerment. When needed, the school counselor may also refer the student to outside professionals if school-based counseling is not sufficient to meet a student’s needs. Parents interested in referring their child to on-site counseling services may contact their child’s school office to obtain referral and consent forms.
Acceso a Servicios de Salud Mental en Moreland
El Programa de Orientación del Distrito Escolar de Moreland ofrece apoyo de orientación escolar integral y gratuito a los estudiantes. Estos servicios son proporcionados por profesionales en salud mental con licencia y pre licencia y consejeros escolares acreditados. Los servicios ofrecidos se basan en la evidencia, con enfoque en lo positivo y en fortalezas, e incluye terapias individuales, en grupo y de clase completa en áreas tales como: manejo del estrés, destrezas de afrontamiento y sociales, estrategias para lidiar con el dolor y la pérdida, manejo de la ira, resolución de conflictos, terapia en abuso de sustancias, y empoderamiento académico. Cuando sea necesario, el consejero escolar también puede referir el alumno a profesionales externos si el asesoramiento escolar no es suficiente para satisfacer las necesidades del alumno. Los padres interesados en referir a su hijo a los servicios de asesoramiento in situ, pueden comunicarse con la oficina de la escuela de su hijo para obtener los formularios de recomendación y consentimiento.
Counseling Services Overview
Our comprehensive School Counseling program at Latimer includes a variety of services for our K-8 students. These services include:
Individual Counseling: This is where we will meet with students individually for about 3-4 weeks for 30/min/week on any concerns teachers/parents have (i.e. study skills, coping skills, family issues, etc.)
Group Counseling: This is where we will meet with about 2-6 students in a group setting for about 8-14 weeks for 30/min/week on a specific topic (i.e. Anxiety, Anger, Social/Friendship skills, Self-esteem, etc. See Group Description Form).
Check-in: This is where we will check in with students either weekly, or every other week for about 10-15 minutes to see how they are doing, how their classes are going, etc.
Recommended Resources For Families
Moreland School District partnered with Care Solace to support the well-being of students, staff, and their family members. Care Solace is a complimentary and confidential care coordination service that can help you quickly find mental health or substance use treatment options matched to your needs regardless of circumstance.
If you would like to use Care Solace to help you find a provider:
Call 888-515-0595 available 24/7/365 in any language.
Visit www.caresolace.com/moreland and either search on your own OR click “Book Appointment” for assistance by video chat, email, or phone.
If you need any assistance, please contact Miss Aimee.
Parent Counseling Referral Form
Student Counseling Referral Form
Moreland School District Mental Health & Wellness
Stefanie Apple, PPSC-I
This is my first year at Latimer! I was an intern at Moreland Middle School last year, so this is my second year in the district. This year at Latimer, I will be supporting students in grades TK-5.
I love being a school counselor because I love helping kids discover their values and work towards becoming their best selves!
My favorite quote is: "This is your world, you can do anything you want." (Bob Ross)"
I’m Miss Aimee.
This is my second year at Latimer and I am so excited to be back. I love everything about working at a school. The students, the teachers, the energy and excitement, and of course the counseling! I really enjoy talking with students about what is going on at school or in their lives and supporting them however I can.
You can find me in Room 6 - The WOW Room.
Amanda Workman M.A., AMFT
Hello Latimer Lions,
My name is Ms. Workman and I’m the CASSY counselor here at Latimer. I provide counseling support services to elementary students and this will be my second year at Latimer school. CASSY services include individual and group counseling sessions on campus during school hours. I work alongside our committed and caring faculty and staff to help students feel safe and successful at school. CASSY’s mission is to de-stigmatize mental health services and help support student’s social and emotional wellbeing be the norm at school.