Individual Counseling




    Individual counseling consists of prevention and/or intervention activities to meet students’ immediate and future needs to help them be successful at school. These needs can be necessitated by events and conditions in students’ lives and the school climate and culture. 

    Individual school counseling should not be confused with ongoing therapy.  If a student should need more intense, on-going counseling, I will gladly share known community resources to receive that help. Students may be seen by their school counselor by student, parent, teacher, or administrative requests. 



    Small Groups

    Small groups extend and expand the learning that takes place during classroom guidance. Small groups meet with the counselor usually for 4 to 6 weeks and have from 4-8 members.  

    Small group topics include:

    Behavior Interventions
    Friendship Skills
    Grief Support
    Understanding Feelings
    Leadership Skills 


    Classroom Guidance


    The School Guidance Curriculum consists of structured lessons designed to help students achieve the desired school counseling competencies and to provide all students with the knowledge and skills appropriate for their developmental level. In addition to these lessons, students receive lessons on careers, safety, and any other needs based on teacher requests. Students receive classroom guidance approximately once a month.

    If you have any questions, please call me at the numbers listed.   


    Erin A. Watson, Ed.S.
    Blandford Elementary School
    4650 McCall Road
    Rincon, Georgia 31326
    912-826-4200 (phone) 912-826-4747 (fax)
Last Modified on June 13, 2022