Posts found in the School counseling category

Resistant parents or “Warrior heroes?” New research helps schools and counselors understand family reactions

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Amy C. Sousa, Ph.D. Wediko Children’s Services is proud to highlight the accomplishments of our Executive Director, Dr. Amy C. Sousa, for her recent publication in Disability Studies Quarterly. Her article, “Crying Doesn’t Work: Emotion and Parental Involvement of Working Class Mothers Raising Children with Developmental Disabilities,” analyzes in-depth interviews with low-income mothers, raising children with significant... Read more

Michael J. Clontz, LICSW named Director of Boston Programs and School-Based Services

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Michael J. Clontz, LICSW

Wediko is pleased to announce that Michael Clontz, LICSW has been appointed Director of School-Based Services! An accomplished clinician and leader, Michael is a Wediko “native” having begun his career in the Wediko Summer Program two decades ago.   Since then, Michael has been a child protective services worker and investigator, family therapist, school consultant, trainer, and,... Read more

Wraparound services + school counseling = an integrated approach to students’ mental health

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New Hampshire’s Hollis Brookline Cooperative School District (SAU 41) lives by its mission and vision: Ensure a strong, supportive learning environment focused on academic excellence and help students acquire the knowledge and life skills for academic, social, and emotional success. Wediko's School-Based Program is working with SAU 41 on mental health program development and multi-tiered systems... Read more

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