Counseling

The Grand Mountain School counselors and social workers provide a safe, judgement-free space for students to seek academic, social and emotional support and act as advocates for students.  Our school counselors, social workers and the school psychologist collaborate with teachers, administrators and parents/guardians to support student learning and provide resources to students and families. 

The goal of the GMS counseling team is to ensure students gain the life-long skills to develop positive mindsets, achieve their personal and academics goals, and develop healthy habits. Our counseling team significantly contributes to the success of our students. 

About the Counseling Team

Request to see a CounselorPlease use this form if you need to see a counselor. All responses submitted after the school day will be checked the next day. This form is NOT available during school breaks.

 

The 988 suicide & Crisis Lifeline provides 24/7, free and confidential support for people in distress, prevention and crisis resources for you or your loved ones, and best practice for professionals in the United States

 

 MAKE A REPORT.  MAKE A DIFFERENCE. 

If you want to protect, prevent or help someone who is struggling, you can make an anonymous report about what you know.  You are encouraged to make the anonymous report as soon as possible when you learn about something that may cause harm to others or yourself.

You can make a report by calling 1-877-542-SAFE (7233) or go to Safe2Tell.org.

 

Pikes Peak Suicide Prevention Partnership provides free support services to increase awareness, provide education, and connect individuals and organizations to needed resources.  Weekly groups and resources for suicide prevention and inpatient/outpatient services, advocacy, self-help, support groups, hotlines, and detox are also available. Visit the Pikes Peak Suicide Prevention website or call (719) 573-7447.