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Welcome to Central Magnet School Counseling Office! We want to provide information concerning academics, testing, college, career planning, and resources for our students and families. The school counselors are committed to the academic, social, and emotional development of each student. Every CMS student is assigned to a school counselor who will support him or her throughout their entire career at CMS based on their last name.  If you have any questions or concerns contact us.
 
ANNOUNCEMENTS:
We hope all our CMS students are staying safe and well during this time.  Feel free to check in with your counselor if you need anything as we are checking email during normal school hours.  We also have a link to community resources on the Counseling Resources tab.  We will also post weekly thoughts for reflection.  Stay positive!
 
BE KIND TO YOUR MIND:  
Go on a quiet walk
Listen to music
Spend time with your pet
Keep in touch with family and friends
Limit your time on social media platforms
Relax in a place and take deep breaths
Think about positive reflections: I am grateful for___
Set yourself a schedule or plan for the day
Keep a journal of your feelings and accomplishments
 
THOUGHT FOR THE WEEK (Journal topic too):
How would I describe myself to someone who has never met me?
 
MENTAL HEALTH RESOURCES:
Text “TN” to 741741 to reach the Crisis Text Line and to immediately be connected to a trained crisis counselor 24/7. Click this link to learn about the Crisis Line.
 
The “My Health Care Home” website directs Middle Tennesseans to their nearest charitable clinic (i.e., Matthew Walker, Neighborhood Health, Neighborhood Health, etc.). It includes prescription discounts, screenings, and more information at myhealthcare.org
 
The Suicide Prevention Lifeline number is 800-273-8255. If preferred, you can go to the website and participate in a chat feature.
 
Go Here for free, anonymous, evidence-based screenings for anxiety, depression, trauma, etc. Parents can take a screening to determine if their children are showing symptoms of depression or anxiety. The back end of the screenings provides local resources and do-it-yourself exercises to help.

 

 

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