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Individual counseling services are provided to students who may need additional support dealing with personal or interpersonal matters. Students may be experiencing academic stress, anxiety, low self-esteem, depression, peer conflict, etc. Individual sessions may be scheduled with parent permission and can be carried out in-person or over Zoom.
Small Group Counseling
Small group counseling can provide children with valuable cooperation and friendship skills, emotion regulation strategies, support coping with grief and loss, help adjusting to family changes, and many other life experiences.
Connect families to community resources that provide for physical needs and mental health services.
Dear Athlos families,
I wanted to reach out and extend some hands-off support to our students and yourselves as caregivers. With unprecedented changes in our community comes uncertainty, confusion, and sometimes stress and anxiety. While we are all in this together, every child (and adult) will experience things differently and every household will adjust accordingly. Please know that my role remains the same, helping our students feel seen, supported, and secure in that whole child way.
I work in such a face-to-face way with students that it’s challenging for me to figure out how best to be of help without that ability. Here are some ideas I am looking at right now to be of support to your children and you as their caregivers. Please note that I am not presuming that your children and/or yourselves need anything like this from me, but I wanted to put it out there for those who may.
As always I am available to email/call with parents. I can also organize a time to visit with students via Zoom if needed. Email is the best way to coordinate other forms of communication (phone call, Zoom). Our school counselor, Ms. Saderholm and I have set up a web page called “Soothe Center.” This as a place to give parents information about topics of interest for their children/families, e.g. anxiety, sleep problems, social isolation, stress, depression, boredom… all of which can be situational and variable for children.
Again, feel free to reach out to me via email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Wishing you all the best,
Counseling topics include:
The CrisisLine operated by the University Neuropsychiatric Institute that provides 24/7 crisis counseling over the phone. They also have a mobile crisis outreach team (MCOT) that provides free, prompt, face-to-face crisis intervention.
The National Suicide Prevention Lifeline is available 24/7 and is a free and confidential support that provides crisis counseling to individuals in distress as well as prevention and crisis resources for individuals and loved ones.
The TrevorLifeline provides 24/7 crisis intervention and suicide prevention services to lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer and questioning (LGBTQ) youth.
Crisis Text Line is a free, 24/7 support for those in crisis. Text HOME to 741741 from anywhere in the US to text with a trained crisis counselor.
Salt Lake County Youth Services provides 24/7 free crisis counseling, referrals, and short-term placement for youth ages 8 to 17. Juvenile Receiving Centers are located in South Salt Lake City and West Jordan. Youth may come to the facility on their own or parents may bring youth in for individual/family crisis counseling.
Youth Services Main Facility
Open 24/7 – 177 W Price Avenue (3610 S), South Salt Lake, UT 84115, #385-468-4470
West Jordan Facility
Open Mon-Fri 8am-8pm – 8781 South Redwood Rd. Building #3, West Jordan, UT 84088, #385-468-4610
Free and confidential help and support for victims and survivors of domestic and intimate partner violence is available 24/7.