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Princeton School Counseling

Throughout a child's education, school counselors are here to help support students and advocate for the equity, access, and success of every student. School counselors collaborate with classroom teachers, support staff, professional staff, parents, and community partners to maximize the development of educational, career, personal, and social skills that students need to thrive as responsible citizens in a diverse and changing world.  
 

 

Middle School Counselors

Thomas Foley - 6th Grade Counselor
ThomasFoley@princetonk12.org
609.806.4270  

Sharon DiSebastian - 7th Grade Counselor
SharonDiSebastian@princetonk12.org
609.806.4270

Vanessa Bernal - 8th Grade Counselor
VanessaBernal@princetonk12.org
609.806.4270

 

Counseling Menu

Mental Health Support

Community Resource Guide

You can talk to trained counselors 24/7:

Call: 1-866-488-7386.

Text: START to 678678

Chat here (3pm-1am)

2NDFLOOR Youth Helpline

(24/7, TEXT or CALL): 888-222-2228

TransLifeline 877-565-8860 (10am-4am)

If you need crisis support, text NAMI to 741741

Trauma and Grief Resources

Anxiety Workbook English

Anxiety Workbook Spanish

COVID Helplines

PerformCare Tel: (877-652-7624)

PrerfromCare Promotional Video

The New Jersey Department of Children and Family's System of Care (CSOC) provides all children and adolescents – regardless of insurance status - with coordinated access to mental health supports, substance use treatment and services for intellectual and developmental disabilities. 

George Scott Presentation of Parenting during Difficult Times

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