Staff Blogs:

 

 

 

If meeting with a Peer Counselor face to face seems too scary or overwhelming, then connect with one in a different way: write a letter! They understand your need for anonymity and definitely want to help. When they receive your letter, they will carefully consider your situation, do whatever research or consultation may be necessary, and provide you with a thoughtful, honest, and kind response.

Program Directors' Corner

 

 

  The staff at our GB Resource Center cares deeply about the issues that matter to you and affect the lives of Granite Bay students. They research and write about these issues to 1.) let you know that you're not alone if you are dealing with a particular issue, 2.) bring you interesting and relevent information about a part of teen life, and 3.) provide an opportunity for you to comment and be involved in the discussion.

Words from Sofia

 

 

Mado's Musings

 

 

 

If meeting with a peer counselor face to face seems too scary or overwhelming, then connect with one in a different way: write a letter! They understand your need for anonymity and definitely want to help. When they receive your letter, they will carefully consider your situation, do whatever research or consultation may be necessary, and provide you with a thoughtful, honest, and kind response.

Share Your Thoughts

 

We would love to hear from you! Do you have questions about the program? About something we've written? Want to join the program or know more about what we do? Don't be shy! Depending on the kind of question you have, we might talk about it in our next installment of Program Directors' Corner, or write a blog about it! There are 3 ways you contact us:

 

If meeting with a peer counselor face to face seems too scary or overwhelming, then connect with one in a different way: write a letter! They understand your need for anonymity and definitely want to help. When they receive your letter, they will carefully consider your situation, do whatever research or consultation may be necessary, and provide you with a thoughtful, honest, and kind response.

Renee's Reflections

 

 

 

If meeting with a peer counselor face to face seems too scary or overwhelming, then connect with one in a different way: write a letter! They understand your need for anonymity and definitely want to help. When they receive your letter, they will carefully consider your situation, do whatever research or consultation may be necessary, and provide you with a thoughtful, honest, and kind response.

Cam's Contemplations

 

 

CENTER HOURS: 11am-1pm

GB Peer Counselors are well-trained and standing by to improve the well being of the GB student body.

MONDAY - FRIDAY

3rd Period & Both Lunches

CONNECTIONS CENTER INFO:

gbpeer2peer@gmail.com 

916.597.0509

Granite Bay High School

Granite Bay, CA 95746

CENTER LOCATION

CLASSROOM 812

CONTACT US:

PROGRAM ADVISER:​​

Natalie Elkin, MA, LMFT

AP Psychology teacher

Social Science Department

nelkin@rjuhsd.us

TEL

916 786 8676 EXT. 5812