AUSTIN (KXAN) — School shootings, online bullying and COVID-19 — they’re all topics some Central Texas counselors are discussing on a regular basis.
“I want them to feel seen, I want them to feel heard,” said Bobbi Sanchez, a high school counselor with Round Rock ISD. “We try to make them feel better.”
Since we last went to Coal Country Community Health in Beulah, they’ve added another counselor. And together, a social worker and the new counselor are able to visit K-12 schools, not only in Beulah, but in Kildeer and Hazen too, every week.
Students in rural Dickinson, ND, will soon be able to use telehealth to meet with a psychiatrist hundreds of miles away. The virtual care platform augments the district's available counseling resources.