Three Tiers of Intervention

Level 1: We provide direct instruction of social emotional and academic skills that are crucial for all students to experience success both in school and post-graduation. This includes school-wide initiatives such as Social-Emotional Learning (SEL) lessons that occur through our Advisory class curriculum.

Level 2: Tier 2 support includes, but is not limited to, a behavior contract, support plans, or check-ins. Sometimes individual counseling can be a Tier 2 intervention, depending on the duration and intensity of the counseling services.

Level 3: Tier 3 interventions are intended for students who consistently need additional support. Often times, these students are referred to a private therapist. Tier 3 interventions are intensive, evidence-based instruction maximizing intensity, frequency, and duration. Interventions are progress monitored daily. Examples of Tier 3 interventions for counselors include, but are not limited to, suicide prevention, threat assessment, or collaboration and consultation with wrap around services for a child.

For a list of private therapists that have been recommended by our community members, consult your school counselor, or use this search link to search by location and insurance: https://therapists.psychologytoday.com/rms/