Greenbrier Elementary Guidance and Counseling Program

Welcome Parents,

The developmental guidance and counseling program at our school addresses the needs of elementary students by stressing academic achievement, decision making, personal and social development.  Our proactive program emphasizes early development of a healthy self -concept and respect for the feelings of others in an effort to prevent more serious problems in later school years.  Greenbrier is fortunate to have two counselors this year!

We offer support through the following avenues:

Classroom Guidance:  Each class will receive one guidance lesson per month on topics such as conflict resolution, communication skills, study skills, self-esteem, and character qualities. 

Individual Counseling:  Students may be referred by the parent, teacher, or self for one on one counseling.  Students are seen on an as needed basis.  Parents will be notified if a student is seen for counseling more than once.

Group Counseling:  Students may be referred by the parent, teacher, or self for group counseling with other students who may be experiencing similar difficulties.  Parents will notified of student participation.

Parent Conferences:  We are always here to help with any difficulties you are your child might have.  Please contact us via phone or email if you need our assistance! 

Rayshawn Trapp  864.355.5380 or  or visit my website

Jennifer Swift 864.355.5371 or or visit my website.

It is our honor to serve the parents and students of Greenbrier Elementary.  It is our goal to make each day the best possible for your child.  We will do all we can to ensure your child’s well-being and success in school!

Best Regards,

Rayshawn Trapp and Jennifer Swift


Greenbrier Elementary School participates in a school wide initiative called “The School of Kindness.”  Students and staff are provided a sundry of opportunities to TTTBK (Take Time To Be Kind) and create a caring school environment.  

This year the Greenbrier Guidance Department will be focusing following the philosophy behind Sean Covey's book, The 7 Habits of Happy Children. This inspires a school-wide positive environment within students, faculty and staff. The habits focus on emotions, strengths, friendships, and accomplishments. The 7 habits are as follows:

1. Be Proactive - Manage feelings and stay optimistic.

2. Begin with the End in Mind - Anticipate the good, persist, and be resilient.

3. Put First Things First - Prioritize positive choices, plans and accomplishment.

4. Think Win-Win - Adopt a growth mindset.

5. Seek to Understand and Be Understood - Manage feelings and be empathetic.

6. Synergize - Focus on strengths. 

7. Sharpen the Saw - Take care of self and others and find meaning and purpose.