Student Services » Counselling

Counselling

The Student Services office is open throughout the day from 8:30 am -12:00 pm and then re-opens from 12:30 pm - 3:30 pm. Scheduling an appointment is recommended but not always needed. 

​Counsellors:

Our counsellors provide both social and personal counselling​​. Additionally, our counsellors offer confidential discussions of personal concerns, provide decision making skills, conflict resolution, and mediation. They are also able to make referrals to outside agencies/services, provide reference materials and help with addictions counselling. 

School Liaison:

Additionally, our school liaison works as a support for the students and families within the school. This includes helping with attendance, conducting home visits, referring to agencies within the community, the breakfast/lunch program and working to enhance the student’s lives with groups and other programming. This includes the P.A.R.T.Y. Program, Journey to Wellness Group (Partnered with Battle River Treaty 6 and others). Other services may include transportation to appointments, setting up team meetings, organizing awareness days and school speakers. 

Student Services Staff:
 
​Mrs. K. Forgrave: Secretary ​Ms. J. Atcheynum: School Liaison
​Mr. K. Palmer: School Counsellor ​Ms. S. Fiddler: School Liaison
​Mrs. T. Humenny: School Counsellor ​Mrs. L. Zanyk: Personal Counsellor​
​Mr. G. Gubbe: Public Health Nurse​ ​Mrs. J. Friedrich: Personal Counsellor​

 

Support Services: 

Support Resources for Tragic Loss  Tragic Loss.docx

​​RCMP (24 hr.)  ​306-446-1720
​Victim Services  ​306-446-1550
​Battleford Interval House  (24 hr.)  ​306-445-2742
​Kids Help Phone (24 hr.) ​1-800-668-6868
​Catholic Family Services  306-​445-6960
​Sexual Assault Center (24 hr.)  306-446-4444
​Addictions Services  ​306-446-6440
​Mental Health Services  ​306-446-6500
​Child and Youth Services  ​306-446-6555
​Kanaweyimik Child and Family Services Concern for Youth  306-​937-7313