School-Based Mental Health Program

The School-Based Mental Health Program provides a variety of services to meet the needs of school-aged children and adolescents in South Carolina.  Its mission is to identify and intervene at early points in emotional disturbances and/or mental health difficulties that significantly impede a child's functioning at school or at home and to assist teachers, administrators, counselors, and parents with strategies to resolve these difficulties.

The Woodmont Middle School Mental Health Counselor is Dana Brasfield. Her office is located in the School Counseling area.  Contact her at 864-355-8511 or dbrasfie@greenville.k12.sc.us.

 

Services Provided How We Can Help
Assessment Anxiety
Individual, Family, & Group Therapy Depression
Crisis Intervention Self-harm/injury
Psychiatric Consultation  Post-traumatic Stress/Trauma
Medication Monitoring & Management Adjustment Issues
Teacher Support & Consultation Social skills, Anger Management & Coping Strategies
Advocacy for Students and Families ADD/ADHD
Referral for Case Management/Care Coordination (when appropriate Oppositional and Defiant Behaviors