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Wayland Counseling Department! 

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For Alumni Transcript Requests, Click Here
Confidential Safety Reporting Form Link
Healthy Relationships Task Force Flow Chart 988 Suicide and Crisis Hotline

WHS Counseling Department Contact Information
Phone:  508.358.3706, 508.358.3707
Fax:  508.358.8012
Academic Support Center Phone:  508.358.4823
Transitions Program Phone: 508.358.3706

WHS Counseling follows: NACAC's Code of Ethics and Professional Practices
WHS Profile (2022-2023)
Link to sign up for the WHS ENews - Please look here for our Counseling Department's weekly announcements

WHS Counseling Full Calendar of Events 2023-24

PSAT/NMSQT Sign Up (for juniors, and interested sophomores)


Alphabetical Breakdown of Counselor-Student Assignments 2023-2024 

   2027  2026  2025  2024
 Mr. Girard  A-D A-F A-E  A-E 
 Mr. Buffa --  --  F-Le  F-l 
 Ms. Calderon E-K  F-L  --  -- 
 Mr. Doherty L-P  M-R  Lf-R  M-Sa 
 Ms. Bodi Q-Z  S-Z  S-Z  Sb-Z 

Ms. Mulkern Administrative Assistant (508-358-3706)

Mr. Chiarelli Transitions Counselor/School Adjustment Counselor

Ms. Downes-Steinbrink Clinical Counselor

Aimee Lima Academic Support Center Coordinator

Ms. Sullivan School Adjustment Counselor


Articles of Interest 

Countering Back to School Anxiety  (NPR Ed.)

Future Planning Night Articles and Resources

Articles - Social-Emotional-Mental Health Related

Articles - Advice from the Experts

Articles - Testing Policies 

How making Test Scores Optional Opened the Field  (The Washington Post, 4/5/2021)

I'm Worried My Son Won't Get Into a Good College  (The Atlantic, 2/18/2019)

Test Optional Really Does Mean Test Optional  (Dean of Admissions at Tufts University, J.T. Duck) 

Test-Optional Growth from

Tufts Blog Advice About the 2020 COVID Disruption Question
Six Words about College that Disappoint Parents Most   (NACAC Blog Post)
It's a Smartphone Life (NPR)
Saying No to a Dream College - A Success Story (The College Solution Blog)
Cases of Vaping Related Lung Illness Surge    (New York Times)
FDA investigates reports of seizures after vaping (CNN Health)
Tips for talking with your kids about VAPING (MA Department of Public Health)
Many teens have dangerous misperceptions that lead them to believe that vaping is harmless  (Scholastic Inc.)
Stress on Teens (Courtesy of Human Relations Services (HRS) of Wellesley)
Help Teens with Stress (Courtesy of Human Relations Services (HRS) of Wellesley)
Talking about Suicide (Courtesy of Human Relations Services (HRS) of Wellesley)
Signs of Suicide (Courtesy of Human Relations Services (HRS) of Wellesley)
Teens  are Being Hospitalized for Lung Damage due to Vaping  (CBS News Coverage)

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