Post-secondary Planning. Three guest professionals from the metro area came to Eaton to speak about the services they provide. These men and women are specialists in learning, academic and social counseling, career and college counseling, and life transitions for both traditional and students with special needs. This informative program could be the beginning of a family’s journey toward better choices for the future. Below is some information on our speakers.
Master’s Degree in School Counseling Bachelor’s Degree in Psychology 631-921-8679
Kristofer Fix has worked in the counseling field for 10+ years. He has experience working with adolescents with AD/HD, Asperger’s, OCD, and anxiety disorders as well as traditional students. He offers private counseling services for students in two different areas: academic and social/emotional. Academic services include all aspects of college planning and testing, study skills, test anxiety, and HW issues. Social/Emotional services cover students who have anxiety, lack social skills, and suffer from low self-esteem and depression.
Mary Lou Harding
Region Director Briggs & Associates 404-290-6841
Mary Lou has been in the field of disabilities for over 20 years. With Briggs & Associates she has worked placing people with intellectual and psychiatric disabilities for 14 years. Briggs & Associates is an employment first company that works closely with people to help them find meaningful work throughout their careers.
Charlotte H. Janis, M.Ed., NCC, CDMS
Career Services Director Parkaire Consultants, Inc. And Private Counseling 770-815-5242
Charlotte is a Nationally Certified Professional Counselor with 20+ years of experience in Career Services, Higher Education, Job Lead Development, and Supported Employment with extensive experience providing Career Transition Services to individuals and groups. Charlotte’s expertise includes working with adults from diverse cultures, educational backgrounds, business, corporate, and the non-profit sector. Charlotte specializes in providing services to adults with “Special Needs”.