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WELCOME TO SEAHOLM COUNSELING!
GREAT NEWS! You can now follow Seaholm's Counseling Department on Instagram. Our username to search is seaholm_counseling
Keep your eye out for weekly posts regarding social/emotional learning, mental health awareness, character ed, relationship building, goal setting, mindfulness, stress management, important counseling dates/tips and much more!
We're very excited to have the opportunity to be more visible within Seaholm’s community!
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The Birmingham Counseling Program’s “whole-child” approach is an integral part of the educational mission of the Birmingham Public Schools. The comprehensive guidance program will empower students to make responsible academic/personal-social, and college/career choices to gain self-knowledge and understand the uniqueness of others. Counselors will provide opportunities for academic achievement, personal /social growth, and college/career exploration for every student. Counselors will coordinate, consult, and collaborate with staff, parents, and the community to help all students be successful lifelong learners in a global society.
- All students will learn.
- All students will be successful.
- All students develop and grow at their own rates
We provide the following services:
- Provide Guidance Curriculum, a.k.a. information you should know
- Provide social and emotional support
- Provide career and college counseling
- Provide academic support
Last Names A-D
Brian Flatter - firstname.lastname@example.org
Nicole Festian - email@example.com
Jennifer Vanderveen - firstname.lastname@example.org
Walt Romano - email@example.com
Kristy Fekaris, Dept. Head - firstname.lastname@example.org
Wellness & Crisis Counselor
Sherree Wilson 248-203-3740 email@example.com
If you have any questions, please contact Mrs. Balow, Counseling Secretary at firstname.lastname@example.org or 248-203-3751.