Gillian Rose

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Who is Miss. Rose?‚Äč

 Miss. Rose is employed through Delphi Drug and Alcohol Council and this is her second year working at Clyde-Savannah Middle/High School. She has previous experience at Penfield High School. Miss. Rose received her Bachelor of Arts degree in Sociology from Niagara University and her Master of Science degree in Mental Health Counseling from St. John Fisher College.

If you would like a meeting, please feel free to contact me at (315)902-3050 ext. 5270 or via email at grose@delphidrug.org or gillian.rose@clydesavannah.org
 

What does Delphi do in the school setting?

The school based counseling program addresses a number of protective factors by teaching skills, information dissemination, education, positive alternatives and early intervention. Counselors are able to have direct contact and involve students who may be "at risk" for substance abuse within the context of the school environment. In doing so, Delphi counselors can involve students in the counseling process who might not otherwise have access to preventative services.

We are able to provide assessments, individual counseling services, group 
counseling, evidence-based programs, and referrals. The Prevention Staff at Delphi are Trauma Informed, trained in working with trauma and adverse childhood experiences.The focus of our service delivery is sensitive to these experiences and the impact it has.

Delphi's school-based education programs 
These programs are designed to assist schools in teaching students the skills they need to lead a safe and drug free lifestyle
. Each program is comprehensive,multi-session, and focused on building assets,and protective factors along with increasing social competencies. Currently, Miss. Rose teaches Reconnecting Youth for grades 9-12 and Second Step for grades 7 and 8.