Counseling, Psychological, & Social Services

Counseling and Social Services

The mental, behavioral, and social-emotional health of students is an important part of a student’s academic success. Prevention and intervention services provide support in these areas. Many Tulsa County schools have a counselor, on site community partner (i.e. CREOKS or Family and Children Services), community coordinator, or school nurse to address needs or provide services. Our School Health Supervisor is able to provide another level of support working collaboratively with school staff providing resources or making referrals to community organizations.

Our School Health Supervisor is available to attend Student Assistant Team or Positive Behavioral Interventions and Support meetings as their schedule allows. Please see our Contact page to contact our School Health Supervisor about scheduled meeting dates and times.


Oklahoma State Department of Education

American Academy of Child & Adolescent Psychiatry

American School Counselor Association

Center for Mental Health in Schools

National Association of School Psychologists

National Association of Social Workers

 Parents and Teachers as Allies

 MindUp Program

Sesame Street in Communities

What is Complex Trauma?

SAMHSA Adverse Childhood Experiences