Counseling

Counseling Services Provided
at Rosa Parks

  • Individual Counseling
  • Small Group Counseling
  • Classroom Guidance Lessons
  • Crisis Intervention
  • Consultation with Parent and Teachers
  • Coordination with Outside Agencies & Therapists
  • Referrals to Community Services

 

Issues Commonly Addressed
in Counseling & Guidance Lessons:

Anxiety
Depression
Anger Management
Friendship Skills
Conflict Resolution
Managing Feelings
Bullying
 

Picture of Counselor Mrs. MacLean

Leyla MacLean
Rosa Parks Counselor
(425) 936-2654
lmaclean@lwsd.org

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Why Do Kids Need Counseling

  • Children learn best when they feel good about themselves and their relationships with others
  • Children who understand their feelings are better able to control their behavior
  • Schools, parents and communities that communicate and collaborate provide the most effective support to children
  • Attitudes formed during elementary school shape future attitudes towards learning, self, and society
     

Recess Leaders

A recess leader is expected to support their peers on the playground by helping them solve problems, initiate more inclusive games, and by being a role model on the playground.

4th and 5th graders apply twice a year: September and February.
Application Form

"I have learned that people will forget what you said; people will forget what you did; but people will never forget how you made them feel." 
- Maya Angelou