Social/Emotional Counseling

Bishop England students, like all teenagers, may at some time face social or emotional issues that they are unequipped to handle. These issues can range from making friends, conflicts with friends to social media concerns, and these concerns can impact academics. Our counselors are available to assist our students when they are struggling with social and emotional issues and can call on our campus chaplain when spiritual help is needed. When students need to see their counselor, they can simply stop by the counseling office to set up an appointment.

    • Transitioning to high school & making friends
    • Personal Issues
    • Decision making
    • Concerns with family, friends, teachers
    • Self-harm
    • Suicide prevention
    • Harassment/bullying
    • Handling peer pressure
    • Interpersonal skills
    • Social media issues

Counselor/Therapist and Psychiatrist Referrals upon request – Contact your student’s counselor


Victim Assistance Coordinator (Diocese of Charleston)

Louisa Storen, LISW, LMFT

(843) 856-0748

(800) 921-8122

(800) 923-8122, fax

 

 

The Dougy Center

The National Center for Grieving Children and Families:  How to help and grieving teen

https://www.dougy.org/grief-resources/how-to-help-a-grieving-teen/

 

Child Mind Institute

Helping Children Cope with Grief