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LC Counselor
  Nancy Mahoney (925) 855-6817 Counselor



Remote Counseling at Los Cerros

If you are experiencing a mental health emergency, please contact the Contra Costa County Crisis line at 211 or 800-833-2900 or visit the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline (here), call 911, or go to the nearest emergency room/hospital.

Your life matters.

Connect with Us!

You or your student may sign up for a "virtual" appointment with Mrs. Mahoney or Mrs. Haynes (here).  Please make sure your student is signed into their LCMS school google account at the time of the appointment.


Tuesday's guided meditation (during student support) zoom link can be found on Mrs. Haynes or Mrs. Mahoney's google classroom.


Social Media:

daily tiktok video:   @nancymahoney1

instagram:  @LCMSCounseling

twitter: @LCMSCounseling

Links To Resources


Link to the SRVUSD District Coronavirus Update Page


Facts about Coronavirus:

Brain Pop: Cartoon video explaining Coronavirus

NPR Just For Kids: Audio and Comic for Kids explaining Coronavirus

Coronavirus Anxiety: Four ways to cope with fear (PsychCentral)

Care for your Coronavirus Anxiety

Expert Offers Practical Advice to Manage Your Coronavirus Anxiety

Helping Teens Cope with Anxiety About COVID-19

Self-Care Tools:

Taking care of your mental health in the face of uncertainty

Go Zen - A website for fun Social-Emotional Learning

Calm App (

Headspace: Mini Meditation YouTube Video

Calmer You Free Podcasts to address worry and anxiety

Digital Compass Play a game to learn about Digital Citizenship and how to protect your digital footprint online. (by Common Sense

Grounding - 5, 4, 3, 2, 1 grounding is a calming technique that helps you focus on the present by using your five senses and to notice and focus on things currently around you.

Mindfulness Techniques - Several guided meditations geared towards teens

What is a counselor

Counseling services include:

  • Academic Guidance and Counseling assists students and their parents to understand curricular options, plan a program of studies, schedule and interpret academic testing, and seek post secondary academic opportunities.
  • Career Guidance and Counseling assists students to understand and make plans for jobs, apprenticeships, and post secondary opportunities.
  • Personal/Social Guidance and Counseling assists students to understand themselves, the rights and needs of others, conflict resolution and encourages individual goal setting.

 These services are delivered through:

  • Classroom Guidance is a series of classroom lessons conducted by counselor (s) at various grade levels to promote academic, personal/social and career development of all students.
  • Small Group Counseling allows students to share mutual concerns with their peers. Emphasis is upon problem solving and the development of positive attitudes and effective personal skills.
  • Individual Counseling helps students learn more efficiently and effectively, with an emphasis on identifying concerns early before they become overwhelming.


An important obligation of counselors is to maintain the confidentiality of relationships with students. Therefore, the confidentiality of information received, and of any written or pupil records, is safeguarded. The counselor is obliged not to disclose information that a student has shared within the context of the counseling relationship, unless such disclosures are necessary to protect the student from posing a serious threat to him or herself or to others.