What are the different types of counseling?
- High School course selection.
- Advise students on university selection/preparation.
- PSAT/SAT preparation and administration.
- College reference writing and advice.
- Transcript preparation and liaising with universities concerning student applications.
- Liaising with admissions directors of universities in organizing school visits.
- Providing short-term mental health services to students.
- Support overall student well-being.
- Coach students on interpersonal skills/coping mechanisms.
- Assess student challenges and make recommendations to external providers.
- Liaise with external providers concerning individual student needs.
- Crisis prevention, intervention, and postvention.
- Collaborate with parents, teachers, and school administrators to implement strategies for enhanced social and personal support in school for children.
- Assess student learning challenges and make recommendations to external providers.
- Liaise with external providers concerning individual student learning needs.
- Support struggling learning.
- Research and implement evidence-based academic interventions.
Who can access counseling?
- University Guidance: Students and parents Grade 10-12.
- Social-Emotional: K-12 students and parents/guardians.
- Educational: K-12 students and parents/guardians.
As a general rule, the counselor will keep the information shared in meetings confidential unless they have the individual's written consent to disclose certain information. There are, however, exceptions to this rule that are important to understand before the individuals share personal information with the counselor in a meeting. In some situations, the counselor is required by law or by the guidelines of their profession to disclose information whether or not permission is given. Some of these situations are listed below.
Confidentiality cannot be maintained when:
- The individual tells the counselor they plan to cause serious harm or death to themselves, and the counselor believes they have the intent and ability to carry out this threat in the very near future.
- The individual tells the counselor they plan to cause serious harm or death to someone, and the counselor believes they have the intent and ability to carry out this threat in the very near future.
- Individual is doing things that could cause serious harm to themselves or someone else, even if they do not intend to harm themselves or another person.
- The individual tells me they plan or are planning on breaking the law, and the counselor believes they have the intent and ability to carry out this threat in the very near future.
- The individual tells the counselor they are being abused.
Contacting the Guidance Counselor
Students and parents can reach the Guidance Counselor via firstname.lastname@example.org or may book an appointment in advance using the following booking system: https://calendly.com/ciscounseling/meeting
Please make sure that you include the purpose of the meeting when you make the appointment and if you are a parent/guardian or a student.
Students and parents/guardians can arrange to see the Guidance Counselor either separately or together. Appointments can be made during office hours. Office hours are 8:30-16:30 Monday through Friday. Meetings can be either in person or via Zoom.
If you are a university/ educational institution and want to visit and present your programs to students at CIS, please email email@example.com
PEI Graduation Requirements:
SAT - https://satsuite.collegeboard.org/sat
ACT - https://global.act.org/
TOEFL - https://www.ets.org/toefl/test-takers
Japanese University Admission (Japanese Language Proficiency) - https://www.jasso.go.jp/en/ryugaku/eju/index.html
IELTS - https://www.ielts.org/