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Ms. SilvaHello! My name is Ms. Silva. I am your new 23-24 School Counselor! I am so happy to be here and excited to start the new school year with you! I graduated with my Master of Science in Professional School Counseling from CSU San Bernardino and love working with students and their families. Hablo español si tiene alguna pregunta o inquietud, no dude en comunicarse conmigo. 
Counseling Overview
Beaumont Unified School District offers comprehensive counseling services that are an integral part of each school’s total educational program designed to promote the academic, career, and personal/social development of all students. Each school year, counselors visit classrooms regularly to present lessons promoting academic, personal/social, and career development, including topics such as social skills development, social-emotional learning, anger management, academic achievement strategies, and more.

Beginning in early January, small group counseling will begin. These groups will be focused on students ' Emotional Learning, and our goal is to be proactive in better supporting our students as a whole. 

Additional Services

Please contact the school counselor, Ms. Silva, if you have questions or need assistance. The following is a short list of a few ways I can help your child through the counseling program:

  • Short-term individual/group counseling (i.e. social skills, behavior, grief/loss, coping skills, anger management, anxiety, families in transition, etc.)
  • Referrals for community-based programs and resources (i.e. therapy, housing, food, etc.)
  • Crisis support
*This list is not exhaustive. If you have questions or concerns, please do not hesitate to reach out directly

**Please see the attached Counseling Parent Letter for an in-depth overview of the counseling program and services

Check out the video/presentation on Dealing with Change and New Transitions!