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The Goose Creek Consolidated Independent School District (GCCISD) Behavior and Mental Health Support Systems is a division of support personnel within the Counseling & Student Wellness Department. There are presently ten Student Wellness Interventionists who are each assigned to a high school, junior school and select elementary campuses.
Student Wellness Interventionists provide unique casework services to help students resolve personal, emotional, and social problems that interfere with their adjustment to school and their ability to enjoy the benefits of the educational process.
Student Wellness Interventionists are graduate level Social Workers and School Counselors who are specially trained in school system functioning and learning, as well as how students’ behavior and mental health impacts their ability to be successful in school. Areas of expertise include but are not limited to: education law, curriculum and instruction, classroom and behavior management, individual and group counseling, learning disabilities, school safety and crisis response, effective discipline, cultural competence, and consultation with educators, families and community providers.
As a part of the educational team, Student Wellness Interventionists assist and enhance student achievement in the classroom by developing strategies and interventions to improve academic, social, and behavioral performance. Additionally, the collaboration with families and the community remove barriers that impede student performance and assist students in reaching their fullest academic potential to increase participation in all educational program
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4544 Interstate 10 East | Baytown, Texas 77521 | 281.420.4800
P.O. Box 30 | Baytown, Texas 77522 | 281.420.4800
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