Your Professional School Counselors

Mrs. Jacqueline Davis-Green, MA, LPC



Mrs. Vicki Iseler, MA, LPC, NCC


517-990-2224 (private practice number)


Elementary Social Worker

Ms. Kaylyn Hoy, LLMSW




Sesame Street 1972 - Paul Simon sings to the Kids.

"Me and Julio Down by the Schoolyard"

What do School Counselors do?
  • School counselors serve all the students at a school and help them be their best.

  •  Facilitating classroom "Life Skills"  lessons aligned with state standards in each classroom.

  • Organizing school-wide service projects and special events as applications of our character education program.

  • Consulting with parents, teachers, and administrators.

  • Providing materials to teachers and parents on topics related to the guidance and counseling standards when needed.

  • Connecting families with school and community resources.

  • Talking with students who have a problem they'd like help solving or have something on their mind they'd like to talk about.

  • Visiting with students who could use care and support from an extra adult.

  • Counseling students in small groups built around shared needs like divorce/changing families, grief, anger, management, etc.

  • Counseling students individually.

  • Teaching social skills and coping skills.

What topics are part of the elementary school guidance and counseling standards?

  • Emotional awareness and coping skills

  • Conflict resolution

  • Friendship/social skills

  • Self-esteem

  • Goal-setting

  • Decision-making

  • Character education (respect, responsibility, kindness, trustworthiness, etc.)

  • Personal safety

  • Behavior, choices and consequences, & responsibility 

  • Career awareness and preparedness

  • Academic skills and achievement

  • Appreciating individual differences


What do we do in group and individual counseling?


  • Talk about little things, big things, or anything in between.

  • Build a positive relationship and connection at school.

  • Develop problem-solving abilities.

  • Teach coping strategies, social skills, study skills, etc.

  • Build self-esteem and confidence.

  • Help students cope with difficult and/or unchangeable life events.

  • Help students recognize and make use of their potential.

  • Give students a neutral, open place to share their concerns and feelings.

  • Give children the opportunity to connect with other students having similar experiences.

The contents of this Hanover-Horton Counseling website, such as text, graphics, images, and other material contained on this website ("content") are for informational purposes only. The content is not intended to be a formal mental health evaluation. Never disregard professional advice or delay in seeking it because of something you have read on this website!  The information on this website has been obtained from sources believed to be accurate and reliable. However, H-H Counseling makes no warranty as to the accuracy, reliability or completeness of this information.

Problems with webpage, broken links, big mistakes?

Contact Mrs. Iseler  vicki.iseler@hanoverhorton.org

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