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Resources

Asian Association of Utah
1588 S Major Street (801)
6060

Resources
467-

Substance abuse counseling,
anger management, domestic
violence, specialize in services
for refugees including:
interpretation services for all
current refugee groups
County Contract Services - no
charge other services standard
rates. (individual $70, group
$35 per session)

Center for Family Development
1747 S 900 W Ste 200
(801) 4668353

Sexual abuse, incest,
victim/offender counseling,
domestic violence, individual
and groups
Highest fee $5, sexual abuse
victim - no fee

Cornerstone Counseling Center
660 S 200 E
(801)
3552846

Individual, group substance
abuse counseling
Financial assistance, money,
sliding fee scale

Division of Youth Services
177 W Price Ave
(385)
468-4500

Counseling services for
ungovernable youth, crisis
intake, truancy support center,
in home services, parent
training

Family Counseling Center
807 E South Temple #350
566-5606

(801)

Intermountain
Treatment Center
1800 S West Temple
4454

Specialized

Sexual abuse counseling for
victims (individual),
substance abuse, domestic
violence for victims,
offenders and witnesses.
Minimum $50/victim, accept
Medicaid and some
insurance. Substance abuse
- minimal copay (not
required). Domestic Violence
- children no charge - adult
have a copay.

LDS Family Services
132
State St
(801)

(801) 268-

240-6500

Family
and
youth
counseling, crisis line and
some
crisis
intervention
services, Adoption.
Standard rates (individual
$70, group
$35 per session)

North Valley Mental Health
1020 S. Main St
(801) 539-7000

Individual
and
group
counseling.
24 hour crisis intervention,
medication evaluations
Medicaid/low
income
patients,
private insurance, sliding fee
scale

BRYANT MIDDLE SCHOOL
COUNSELING

40 South 800 East
Salt Lake City, Utah 84102

BRYANT
MIDDLE
SCHOOL
COUNSELING
WHY DO I HAVE A
SCHOOL
COUNSELOR?

Individual Student
Planning

Why do I have a School
Counselor?
We are here to support our
students as they experience
life as a teenager and develop
skills
to
be
successful
throughout high school and in
their future careers.

Students and parents will
meet formally with their
assigned school counselor
during 8th
grade
during
SEOP/CCR conferences to
review
and discuss the following:

We recognize the importance
of students exploring career
opportunities and learning life
skills at a young age so they
are
prepared
for
higher
education and entry to the
workplace in the future.




The counseling office is a safe
environment. We encourage
students to visit whenever
they need emotional, social,
or academic support. We
make every effort to have
interactions
with
students
during lunch or before/after
school so students do not miss
class time. However, we are
always
available





Current academic progress
Course selection for the
upcoming school year
Four-year plan (courses
through high school)
Graduation and college
entry requirements
Scholarship opportunities
Academic and personal
goals
Career options
College and other post-high
school education
Explore test results

Guidance Curriculum
We regularly visit the students in the
classroom and organize events that
allow students to explore and develop
personal/social,
life/career,
multicultural, and academic/learning
skills. This curriculum includes:

to students throughout the
day and encourage them to
stop by and meet with their
counselor whenever needed.
Counselor

Website

Jennifer Hanseen
7th Grade

with

Dan Sachse
8th Grade




Career exploration (7th grade CTE Intro
lessons, Utah Futures)
Character education (bullying, life
skills, compassion, social skills, goal
setting, Internet safety)
Finance Park (8th Graders)
Resumes and applications
Field trips

Responsive Services

Students are encouraged to
visit their school counselor at
their own discretion. We also
encourage friends, teachers,
administrators, and parents to
refer
students
who
may
benefit
from
counseling
services. Collaborating with
parents,
teachers,
and
community members, we can
better ensure all students
receive the support they need.
We are available in our office
throughout the day to help
parents and students with any
concerns, which may include:
 Friends
 Family
 Grief and loss
 Personal/ social issues
 Concerns with classes or
teachers
 Suicidal thoughts
 Bullying
 Crisis
 Transition
 Referral’s to Peer Court as
needed
 Referral’s to Juvenile Court
as needed
 Referral’s to INSIGHT as
needed