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Counselling


Al Muntazir Schools’ Guidance and Counseling Program

The Al Muntazir School counselors provide counseling programs in three domains: academic, career and personal/social. Their services and programs help students resolve emotional, social or behavioral problems and help them develop a clearer focus or sense of direction. Effective counseling programs are important to the school climate and a crucial element in improving student achievement.

If you are the parent of Al Muntazir Student and have questions about Al Muntazir’s School Guidance and Counseling Progam, or questions or concerns about your child, please feel free to call our office and ask to speak to the school counselor.

Services provided by the Al Muntazir counselors, include:

Counseling to Students:

  • Personal/Family support
  • Friendship/Interpersonal support
  • General social-emotional support
  • Academic support
  • Career support

1. Individual Counseling:

  • Student self-referral via drop-in visit
  • Teacher/staff referral
  • Parent referral

2. Small Group Counseling

  • New Student Orientation
  • Grade wise programs

3. Crisis Intervention Counseling

  • Student/Family Crisis
  • School/Community Crisis

Consultation:

  • Teachers-Grade Level Team
  • Support staff
  • Administration
  • Parents
  • Outside Agencies – i.e. counselors, psychologists

Transitions:

  • Elementary to Middle
  • Middle to High School