Mrs. Melissa McDavid

Phone: 2817271629

Email:

Degrees and Certifications:

Master of Arts in Clinical Psychology Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC), Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist (LMFT), Licensed Specialist in School Psychology (LSSP), Nationally Certified School Psychologist (NCSP)

Mrs. Melissa McDavid

Melissa McDavid is the Student Support Counselor (SSC) at Turner High School. She previously served in Pearland ISD for 12 years as a Licensed Specialist in School Psychology (LSSP).  Her office is located in the Counseling Office at Tuner High School. On a weekly basis, Mrs. McDavid meets with students during the day and lunch hour. She also meets with teachers, parents, specialists, staff, and administrators to monitor student progress and discuss any needs related to students.

All students can make appointments with the counselors, including the Student Support Counselor (SSC) during school hours. Stop by the counseling office and request to see Mrs. McDavid or fill out a referral form online.

 

Welcome Back! Let me help make this year the best year yet. Stop by my office to learn how I can support you. All students are welcome. No concern is too small.  

   As Your Student Support Counselor, I Will ...

   - Support You in Figuring Out What To Do

   - Provide You A Space To Relax

   - Help You To See Your Strengths

   - Provide Your With Resources In And Out of School 

   - Celebrate Your Successes

   - Collaborate With You to Make the Hard Stuff A Little Easer

 

 Interested in joining a group?  

Contact Melissa McDavid at mcdavidm@pearlandisd.org if you are interested in joining a group. 

Why group? Group counseling involves meeting with a group of individuals who all face similar concerns. Group sessions involve sharing your experiences and listening to others experiences. Group counseling provides a supportive environment to discuss problems and concerns and work toward your goals.

Benefits:

              1) You are not alone

              2)  Groups can be a sounding board

              3)  Groups can teach you about yourself

 

Visit your school library for resources on mental health, including the following books:

Grief Recovery for Teens: Letting Go of Painful Emotions with Body-Based Practices

Be Mindful and Stress Less: 50 ways to Deal with Your (Crazy) Life

One Year Wiser: An Illustrated Guide to Mindfulness

The Stess Reduction Workbook for Teens

 

 For information on anxiety and depression:

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Feeling you are in an abusive relationship? Visit the below resources:

  • Love is Respect: 1-866-331-9474/Text “loveis” to 22522/loveisrespect.org
  • National Sexual Assault hotline: 1-800-656-HOPE/rainn.org
  • National Suicide Prevention Lifeline: 1-800-273-8255
  • Break the Cycle: www.breakthecycle.org
  • LGBT National Help Center;  Hotline 1-800-246-PRIDE/glbthotline.org/chat.html

 

 BULLYING PREVENTION

Visit PACER's National Bullying Prevention Center website for more information by clicking here.

 

SUICIDE PREVENTION

#BeThe1to

If you think someone might be considering suicide be the one to help them by taking these 5 easy steps:

ASK. KEEP THEM SAFE. BE THERE. HELP THEM CONNECT. FOLLOW UP.

 

 

                                                              

 

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