CounselingMarvin Ridge School Counselors are certified counselors with a minimum of a master’s degree in school counseling and are uniquely qualified to address the developmental needs of all students through our school counseling program which addresses academic, college/career, and the social and emotional development of all students.Students are alphabetically assigned to a counselor by last name. Appointments are available in the MRHS Counselor's Corner CANVAS page. Students may schedule an appointment with their counselor before or after school, or during lunch. Parents wishing to contact their child's assigned counselor may email them directly through the links below.
- Student Last Names D-I
- Student Last Names N-Se and IB Juniors/Seniors
- Counseling Admin & Student Records: Angela Baker
- School Social Worker:
- School-Based Behavioral Therapist: Aisha Calhoun
School counselors recognize their primary obligation for confidentiality is to the student but balance that obligation with an understanding of the family or guardians’ legal and inherent rights to be the guiding voice in their children’s lives (ASCA Code of Ethics).
The role of the school counselor in regards to confidentiality is:
- To support the students right to privacy and protect confidential information received from students, the family, guardian and staff members
- To explain the meaning and limits of confidentiality to students in developmentally appropriate terms
- To provide appropriate disclosure and informed consent regarding the counseling relationship and confidentiality
- To inform students and the family of the limits to confidentiality when: Student poses a danger to self or others, Court ordered disclosure, Consultation with other professionals in support of the student i.e. colleagues, supervisors, treatment teams, and other support personnel
- To keep personal notes separate from educational records and not disclose their contents except when privacy exceptions exist
- To seek guidance from supervisors and appropriate legal advice when their records are subpoenaed
- To assert their belief that information shared by students is “confidential” and should not be revealed without the student’s consent
- To adhere to all laws protecting student records, health information, and special services (i.e., HIPAA, FERPA, IDEA)