Counseling

 
Bishop O’Gorman Catholic Schools provides a comprehensive counseling program to students and employs licensed school counselors at all school sites.  School counselors work with all students to address emotional, behavioral and academic concerns as well as to provide counseling for developmental concerns such as friendships, conflicts, following directions, anger management, respectful communication, study and organization skills.  
 
Counselors play a significant role in identifying and referring students for mental health and academic evaluations in partnership with parents and teachers.  

Counseling programs at each school include a wide array of both preventive and social skill education.  Counselors meet with the full class, small groups of students or individually to address specific topics, offering a custom program based on needs.
 

Tali Paulson

K-6 Counselor
Christ the King and St. Mary Elementary