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Creekside Forest Counseling Vision
Creekside Forest students will lead in becoming citizens who contribute to the wellbeing of others. 
Creekside Forest Counseling Mission Statement
Creekside Forest guides all students to become responsible, productive citizens who have developed emotionally, socially, and academically by providing opportunities for them to be leaders through the character education program, Great Expectations.

Dear parents,
A bit about me...I attended Indiana University of Pennsylvania.  I studied Foreign Language International Studies for Elementary Students, which was comprised of Elementary Education and Spanish. After relocating to Texas and teaching 2nd, 3rd, and 4th grade, I attended Sam Houston State University and received a Master of Education in Counseling. SHSU provided a plethora of opportunities to counsel, I feel quite fortunate.  
Please feel free to contact me if you need assistance. I am here as your advocate.
281-357-4526 extension 3813
The program at Creekside Forest Elementary is planned, comprehensive, preventative, and developmental. 
Guidance Curriculum
Academic Development assists students in acquiring skills, attitudes, and knowledge that enable them to learn effectively in school.  Academic goals support local, state, and national goals.
Career Development is essential for students to plan and prepare for the world of work as productive citizens with a successful career.  Career development goals guide students through career awareness, exploration, and readiness. 
Personal/Social Development encourages interpersonal skills, coping skills, and respect for themselves as well as others.  Personal/social development goals ensure that students contribute to society.   
Responsive Services
Responsive services are designed to remove barriers and challenges by implementing direct services such as group counseling, individual counseling, and crisis intervention. 
Individual Planning
To guide students through their academic, career, and personal/social development.
System Support
To support the efforts of staff  members, parents, & the community through the planning and coordination of counseling services for students.  
Did you know there are many things to do in the counselor’s office?
  • I can talk about things that are important to me.
  • I can play games that help me to learn about myself and others.
  • I can be in a discussion group.
  • I can just sit and think.
  • I can read books about different concerns.
  • I can be heard.
Did you know that a child may see the counselor for:
  • Self expression
  • Anxiety
  • Conflict resolution
  • Learning concerns
  • Social skills
  • Grief counseling
  • Emotion regulation
  • Self-esteem
The school counselor’s leadership role facilitates resiliency, coping skills, and progress toward self-actualization.
CFES Programs & Services:
  • Great Expectations
  • CFES Cares, Community Service Program
  • Direct Character Education in the Classroom
  • Emotional Intelligence Lessons
  • Small Group Counseling
  • Leadership Opportunities
  • Solution Focused Crisis Intervention (Individual)
  • Play Counseling
  • Dynamic Mindfulness
  • G.I.R.L.S. Club for Self-Esteem and Body Image
  • Mentor Program
  • Watch D.O.G.S.
  • SIT/RTI (Student Intervention Team/Response to Intervention)
  • Model Citizen Ceremonies
  • Presidential Awards
  • Red Ribbon Week + Drug and Bully Prevention
  • College & Career Week
  • Perfect Attendance
  • Parent Workshops
  • Student Workshops
  • Section 504
  • Special Education
  • Parent Resources
Counseling is based on a trusting relationship between the counselor and student; therefore, the information shared will be kept confidential, except in a situation where there is an ethical responsibility to limit confidentiality.