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Counseling Services

Our Mission
 
The mission of the Frenship School Counseling Program is to provide support and guidance to all students as a means to foster academic success, post-secondary and career preparation, and personal/social development while empowering students to maximize their opportunity for choice.
What We Do
 
The Frenship Independent School District Counseling and Guidance Program is comprised of four components and is based on The Texas Model for Comprehensive School Counseling Programs:
      • Guidance Curriculum
      • Responsive Services
      • Individual Planning
      • System Support
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Resources & Programs 
 
**For Tele-Counseling Services please contact your specific campus counselor. Tele-counseling is serviced by a licensed counselor in collaboration with Campus Alliance for Telehealth Resources. Participants are identified by the campus counselor. 
 
Training for Counselors & Staff
 
Frenship ISD has highly qualified counselors on each of the 14 campuses and at the district-level. Our counselors, teachers, and support staff go through a variety of trainings to better serve our Frenship families and to meet their unique needs. Below are just a few of those specialized training programs. 
 
Mental Health First Aid: This training for our counselors and other Frenship staff helps us identify and address mental health concerns. >> Click to Learn More
 
Project Restore: This program educates teachers, administrators, and staff on trauma informed care and supports for students dealing with life stressors. >> Click to Learn More
 
Nonviolent Crisis Intervention Training: The Nonviolent Crisis Intervention program is a safe, nonharmful behavior management system designed to help provide the best care, welfare, safety and security to those involved in crisis situations. This program focuses on prevention and teaches that physical intervention is to be used only as a last resort, when a student presents an imminent danger to self or others. All physical  interventions are designed to be nonharmful and to maintain the student's dignity.