Department of Defense Education Activity

Psychology and Counseling Services

Psychology Services

We provide a range of services for the benefit of students and families. These consist of direct and indirect services that involve the entire educational system, including the students, families, teachers, counselors, administrators, other school personnel, community agencies, and a variety of others. The primary intent of school psychological services is to promote mental and physical wellness and facilitate learning of students. School Psychologists collaborate with administrators and other school personnel in designing and providing services to address the academic, career, and social/personal development of students. The core services of the school psychologist include:individual psychological counseling with students; group counseling/skill development; consultation with parents, school staff, and community agencies; participation on the Student Support Team which helps develop interventions for at-risk students; psychological/educational assessment; serving on the special education Case Study Committee and providing IEP services when needed; providing training activities to school staff and parents; and assisting with program development, research, and evaluation.



Counseling Services

Wiesbaden Middle School has two full-time counselors dedicated to the academic, social, and emotional well being of all students. If the need exists to see the counselor during class time, the student must first go to the regularly scheduled class and ask for a pass. During passing periods, a note can be attached on the counselor's door. The counselor will then schedule an appointment. An appointment may also be made at the Student Affairs Office. Parents may schedule an appointment by calling DSN 337-2240 or (Civ.) 0611-705-2240.



Psychology Services

Stateside: 011-49-6783
Local: 06783 68592
DSN: 485-8592