School Counseling

The Upper School Counseling Department provides opportunities and support for strengthening social and emotional development, deepening connections with each other and appreciating each individual's unique self. We are a safe place and resource for members of the Lovett community.


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Kelley Greer
Director of Guidance Counseling
(404) 262-3032, ext. 1152
kelley.greer@lovett.org

Counseling Programs

List of 6 items.

  • Peer Assistance and Leadership (PAL)

    The Upper School Guidance Counselors facilitate a peer mentoring leadership group. This group of seniors, who were selected through an extensive and thorough interview process.
  • Programs for Grade 9

    Thank Goodness I'm Female (T.G.I.F)
    This club challenges 9th and 10th grade girls to ask, answer, and find solutions to questions, such as: What is the best thing about being a a girl? Have you ever been hurt by gossip? Has a friend ever posted something hurtful or untrue about you online? By talking to each other, the girls discover the many ways they are alike, as well as the issues/problems they have in common. 

    "I Wish I Had Known . . .," October 1, 2019

    To help the ninth graders with their transition to high school, the senior PALs lead the freshmen through an assembly that focuses on the underclassmen's academics, social relationships and extracurricular activities. The PALS share personal stories and messages related to what they wish they had known as freshmen. Our goal is for the freshmen to connect with the messages from the seniors and to make the most of their high school years.  

    Cocoa and Cram, December 9, 2019

    The PALs, along with 9th grade teachers, will help the freshmen begin to prepare for their final exams. The senior peer leaders will offer tips and strategies on how to effectively study and organize for finals as well as decrease stress.

    Suicide Awareness, January/February 2020

    Upper School guidance counselors will meet with the freshmen during a health class to discuss important issues regarding depression and suicide awareness.
  • Programs for Grade 10

    Girls Mentor Group
    The goal of this group is to provide opportunities for 10th - 12th grade girls to develop leadership and mentoring skills. By being selected to be a part of this group, the girls have opportunities to mentor younger girls at Lovett and to become agents of positive change within the Lovett community. 

    Thank Goodness I'm Female (T.G.I.F)
    This club challenges 9th and 10th grade girls to ask, answer, and find solutions to questions, such as: What is the best thing about being a a girl? Have you ever been hurt by gossip? Has a friend ever posted something hurtful or untrue about you online? By talking to each other, the girls discover they many ways they are alike, as well as the issues/problems they have in common. 

    "And the Conversations Continue," November 11-15, 2019
    A representative from FCD (Freedom for Chemical Dependency) will facilitate discussions regarding substance use while incorporating strategies shown to be effective in shaping attitudes and beliefs regarding substance use.

    SteerSmart, October 22, 2019
    The 10th graders will listen to a powerful presentation entitled "SteerSmart." This presentation by Lauren Winborne will highlight the consequences of bad choices while driving. The goal of this initiative is to help teens become safer, more responsible drivers.
     
  • Programs for Grade 11

    Girls Mentor Group
    The goal of this group is to provide opportunities for 11th and 12th grade girls to develop leadership and mentoring skills. By being selected to be a part of this group, the girls have opportunities to mentor younger girls at Lovett and to become agents of positive change within the Lovett community. 

    Boys Mentor Group
    The goal of this group is to provide opportunities for 11th and 12th grade boys to develop leadership and mentoring skills. By being selected to be a part of this group, the boys have opportunities to mentor younger boys and to become agents of positive change within the Lovett community.

    "And the Conversations Continue," November 11-15, 2019
    A representative from FCD (Freedom for Chemical Dependency) will facilitate discussions regarding substance use while incorporating strategies shown to be effective in shaping attitudes and beliefs regarding substance use.
     
  • Senior Series for Grade 12


    Girls Mentor Group
    The goal of this group is to provide opportunities for 10th - 12th grade girls to develop leadership and mentoring skills. By being selected to be a part of this group, the girls have opportunities to mentor younger girls at Lovett and to become agents of positive change within the Lovett community. 

    Boys Mentor Group
    The goal of this group is to provide opportunities for 11th and 12th grade boys to develop leadership and mentoring skills. By being selected to be a part of this group, the boys have opportunities to mentor younger boys and to become agents of positive change within the Lovett community. 

    Are You Emotionally Ready for College?, TBD
    Junior and Senior students will hear from experts in mindfulness and transitioning to college. These experts will facilitate conversations and present information regarding stress and emotional-preparedness as it relates to preparing for college.
     
    Sexually Transmitted Diseases: Knowing the Risks, TBD  
    Dr. Haley talks to the seniors about knowing the risks of STD's. 

    Transitioning to College: Understanding Depression and Mental Illness with Ray Kotwicki, TBD
    Dr. Ray Kotwicki will talk to the seniors about issues surrounding depression and mental illness, and what they need to know as they begin their transition to college.

    Keeping Yourself Safe at College, TBD
    Seniors will hear about how to keep themselves safe at college as it relates to dating.

    HAZE: The Movie, TBD
    Seniors will watch and discuss this powerful documentary about binge drinking and its repercussions on college campuses.
  • Programs for Parents


    Is your Child Emotionally Prepared for College?
    TBD
    A panel of experts will facilitate conversations and present information regarding  emotional-preparedness as it relates for college.

    October 3, 2019 Event for 9th Grade Parents: 8:30-10:00 AM; US 200 Freshman fact of fiction: what every 9th grader needs to know

    November 5th and February 11th Parent Book Discussion: Where They Go is not Who They Will Be by Frank Bruni; 8:30 - 20:30 SM; open to all US parents. Look for evite to RSVP 

    TBD (Spring Semester): Parent Coffee
    A Family's Journey with Addiction: what are the warning signs and how do we keep our children safe? 
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