Counseling In Schools (“CIS”) promotes the emotional and social growth of children so that they can thrive in school and succeed in life. CIS also helps teachers to engage children in need and supports administrators to lead struggling schools.
CIS professionals help children who struggle with homelessness, bullying, violence, disruption in class, mental trauma and truancy.
By effectively counseling these children, CIS opens them to education, while also creating a calmer learning environment that benefits all children in the school.
CIS is also there in times of crisis with response services designed to help address immediate and secondary trauma, as we did for students, parents and school staff impacted by Super Storm Sandy.