Counseling In Schools partners with New York City school communities to create new opportunities and foster collaborative achievement.

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An Important Piece of the Puzzle

We address these challenges by fortifying the strengths of school communities’ children, families and staff by implementing focused programs, counseling services and creative arts therapies. Our collaborative efforts lead to improved student learning, stronger families and healthier communities.

During the 2020-2021 School year Counseling In Schools provided unique services for:


NYC community school districts


engaged students

Since beginning our program at Brooklyn College Preparatory High School, graduation rates increased 31% in just four years, with 95% of seniors now graduating.

  • 2015 Graduation Rates 64% 64%
  • 2019 Graduation Rates 95% 95%

Success Stories

Explore the real-world experiences and impacts of Counseling In Schools on school community staff, students and families as we awaken possibilities.

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Real-World Response

During the COVID-19 Pandemic, Counseling In Schools…

Provided trauma-oriented resiliency training and self-care tools for school staff and family members

Launched new programs to get food and computers to students and families in need

Became engaged with Project Hope, an initiative that helps New Yorkers understand their reactions and emotions during the pandemic

Launched Partners in Healing, a resource center born from our years of experience supporting school personnel and families with the language and tools to be trauma-informed and healing-centered in their relationships with their children

Hope, purpose and determination can flourish.

Together, let’s work toward a bright, resilient future for New York City’s children, families and schools.

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