“Seeing” your Counselor Online
What is confidentiality?
Confidentiality is keeping information discussed between the student and the school Counselor (or the parent and the Counselor) private.
Confidentiality is vital to the student-counselor relationship. Obviously, we cannot completely ensure confidentiality in an online setting, but we have to attempt to maintain it even when we meet virtually rather than face-to-face.
Are there times when the school counselor will break confidentiality?
Yes, there are certain instances when the school counselor is required to report confidential information, such as:
- When a student reports someone is hurting them
- When a student reports they are hurting someone else
- When a student reports they are hurting themselves
- With the student’s permission (often something that is uncomfortable for the student but useful for a parent or teacher to know)
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Monthly Counselor Newsletter
Each month, the counseling departments sends out a newsletter titled the "Eagle Counselor Chronicles" to parents and students via email that contains upcoming events and other important information.