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Salish Counselling Department

Counselling:

Counsellors facilitate the educational, personal, social, emotional and career development of students in the school system.  Counsellors provide information on graduation requirements, course selection, career planning and post-secondary information, as well as study and organizational skills.  Counsellors meet with students for one to one and/or group counselling for such things as self-esteem, anxiety, depression, grief, loss, friendship concerns, mindfulness, building resilience etc.  Counsellors liaise with community members and can refer students to appropriate agencies for additional counselling and support as needed.

 

How can I connect with a counsellor?

We encourage you to contact your child's counsellor over the phone or by email to consult.

 

Students are assigned to a counsellor based on the student's last name.


What would I discuss with a counsellor?


Personal counselling – A confidential discussion about personal issues that are of concern to you.

Academic counselling - discussion about academic concerns, course selection, graduation planning, post-secondary, and vocational planning.

Salish Secondary also has a Career Center and a Career Facilitator, Mr. Third, who also helps students plan for post – secondary and who is the point person for District Career Programs, Apprenticeships, Work Experience, and Scholarships

  
  
  
  
  
  
  
Chrisblack_c@surreyschools.caCounsellor(P - Z)
  
Nicolebolognese_n@surreyschools.caCounsellor(Gr - O)
  
Jamespawelchak_j@surreyschools.caCounsellor(A - Go)
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