General Counseling Office Information
The A.E. Wright counselors use a comprehensive, developmental guidance program that offers individual and group counseling to students. The Counseling Office provides a confidential environment where students and their counselors can navigate through the many difficult issues which may arise during the middle school years. Counselors provide support and academic guidance to help students succeed in school and in life.
Contact information for the Counseling Office:
818-880-4614, ext. 31289
Erin Howard, Counselor (students A-K), Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Kelsey Hollingsworth, Counselor (students L-Z), Email: email@example.com
Hello! I graduated with my bachelor's degree from Chico State where I studied Psychology and Child Development. I earned my masters degree in School Counseling from Cal Lutheran University. I love being outdoors (hiking, water skiing, snowboarding, camping) and love to bake and cook as often as possible. I have been married for almost 3 years and have a son Jace who is 3 1/2 months old. I am so looking forward to joining the staff and students at AE Wright and can't wait to meet everyone virtually and in person.
Marilyn Quisenberry, School Psychologist, Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Krissi Povah, Counseling Secretary/Registrar/Communications Coordinator, Email: email@example.com
See your counselor for support with any of the following:
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- Crisis intervention and prevention
- Academic skills support
- Organizational, study and test taking skills
- Communication, problem-solving, decision-making and conflict resolution
- Career awareness, exploration and planning
- Substance abuse issues
- Multi-cultural diversity awareness
- Individual student planning
- Goal-setting/decision making
- Transition planning