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    School Counselors Corner

    Hello  students and families, welcome to the counseling homepage!

     

    My name is Mrs. Hill and this is my 4th year as a counselor at Klockner Elementary school.  I have been out on leave since September and I am happy to be back working with each and every one of you.  I will be working remotely until furture notice but will be avaible throughot the school day.  I will be working closely with Ms. Mia for the remander of the school year! 

    Our Guidance Program

    Our guidance program includes Individual and Group Counseling if needed for students experiencing difficulties.  A student may see the counselore when he or she is:

    • Having trouble making friends
    • Anxious about attending school or completing school work
    • Having a problem with family or friends
    • Experiencing the loss of a loved relative, friend, or pet
    • Experiencing a divorce, marriage, new sibling, or other change in the family

    Referrals for parents to access mental health resources in the community can be provided.

     

    -504 coordinator

    -crisis management 

    -HIB specicalist 

     

    you can reach us at:

    jhill@htsdnj.org

    mdigeambeardino@htsdnj.org

    or by calling 609-631-4154x 3831

     

     

    Welcome to the counseling corner! As a School Counselor I am here to promote postive growth for all students and to assist students in the areas of personal/social development, academic, and career awareness. 

    Hi! My name is Mia DiGeambeardino. I am an optimistic person and believe in the best in people. My ambition as a school counselor is to help each student work to their full potential and also to assist parents and teachers in achieving this goal. My experiences in an elementary school setting have provided me with success in helping students to identify and change their way of thinking and beliefs. In addition, I have assisted students to be aware of automatic thoughts and have implemented behavioral techniques and cognitive modification.

    I feel that structured, directive sessions and implementing a variety of techniques, including journal writing and art therapy, have produced positive results and have opened lines of communication. I feel strongly that collaborative effort between the counselor, student, parents/guardians, administration, and teachers is necessary for student success and happiness.

     

    Please visit my virtual counseling page!

     

    If you have any questions please don't hesitate to reach out!

     

      

     

    Ms. Mia DiGeambeardino
    Guidance Counselor
    email:  mdigeambeardino@htsdnj.org
    phone:  (609) 631-4154 Ext. 3831