The Lincoln Counselors promote learning and personal growth by offering a comprehensive, developmentally appropriate, and an accessible student centered counseling program for members of the Lincoln community.
Meet Your Counselor
Middle School Counselor
Hola! It’s hard to believe that this is my fifth year at Lincoln and tenth year as a school counselor! It has been a pleasure to meet and work with eager students, dedicated teachers and supportive parents throughout my time in the Middle School.
I was born and raised in Saskatchewan, Canada. I attended the University of Regina where I graduated with a Bachelor Degree in Special Education and a Masters Degree in Educational Psychology. Before moving into the counseling office, I was a special education teacher in Saskatchewan and South Carolina for six years. Prior to moving to Argentina I embarked on my international experience in Vientiane, Laos.
Outside of school I enjoy exercise, travel, movies, cooking, spending time with my fiance and our dog – Frank and creating memories with friends. I very much enjoy being a part of the Lincoln community!
My door is always open – I invite you to stop by for a chat or to pop your head in to say “hello!”
Lincoln Counseling beliefs
The Lincoln comprehensive counseling program:
- Compliments and enhances the school program
- Should be available to all students and Lincoln community members
- Addresses academic, career, personal/social needs of all students
The counselors at Lincoln believe that all students:
- Should feel safe , supported, and accepted
- Contribute to the school community
- Develop the ability to produce solutions to their own problems
- Are capable of change & growth
All Lincoln counselors:
- Are student focused
- Work as a professional learning community
- Are available to collaborate with students, parents, teachers, and administrators
- Should have access to current resources & Professional Development
- Participate in planning, designing, implementing, and evaluating the comprehensive school counseling program using the ASCA National Model