Wellness Appointments During School Closures

  • Check out the BHS Wellness Linktr.ee for important links and resources! 
    In person drop-in times are now available during regular school days and hours.  No appointment necessary!
     
    • Crisis Text Line: text "home" to 741-741
    • National Suicide Prevention Hotline: 1-800-273-8255
    • Anonymous Alert: www.anonymousalerts.com/sanmateouhsd
    • StarVista Crisis Hotline: 650-579-0350
    • National Domestic Violence Hotline: 1-800-799-7233, thehotline.org/
    • 911 or visit your nearest hospital emergency room if you can get there safely 

    Consulte BHS Wellness Linktr.ee para obtener enlaces y recursos importantes.
    Estudiantes pueden solicitar hablar con un consejero de bienestar durante las horas de drop-in.  Las horas de drop-in son ofrecidas durante dias y horarios regulares de la escuela ¡No se necesita cita!

    Si se trata de una emergencia médica o de salud mental, por favor comuniquese con los recursos a continuación inmediatamente:

    • Línea de texto de crisis: envíe un mensaje de texto a "home" al 741-741
    • Línea directa nacional de prevención del suicidio: 1-800-273-8255
    • Alerta anónima: www.anonymousalerts.com/sanmateouhsd
    • Línea Directa de Crisis de StarVista: 650-579-0350
    • Línea Nacional Directa de Violencia Doméstica: 1-800-799-7233, www.thehotline.org/
    • 911 o visite la sala de emergencias del hospital más cercano si puede llegar con seguridad

    在学校关闭期间您可以打电话,发电子邮件或者单击此处的链接来要求和我们的心理健康顾问交谈。你可以报名获得即时支持。我们在正常的上课时间接受预约。

    如果是有关身体或是心理健康的紧急情况,请直接联系危机资源部门:

    • 危机信息专线: 发信息"home" 到741-741
    • 全国自杀预防热线:1-800-273-8255
    • StarVista 危机热线: 650-579-0350

    • National Domestic Violence Hotline: 1-800-799-7233, www.thehotline.org/
    • 打911 或是前往离你最近的医院急症室

Welcome

  • The Wellness Program at Burlingame High School provides prevention and short-term intervention for students facing social and emotional challenges that impact academic performance, attendance, and behavior at school. In a safe and supportive environment, students can meet with a wellness counselor to discuss a variety of complex issues such as stress, trauma, suicide, depression, bullying, grief, self-esteem, family life, drug and alcohol use, relationships and gender identity and lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and queer+.  Students can learn positive, lifelong habits that contribute to their well-being and success. The Wellness Program provides short-term (up to 12 sessions) individual, group and/or drop-in support in a confidential, non-judgmental space staffed with therapists who are dedicated to improving the health, well-being and educational outcomes of all students.

     Services Provided:

    • Short-term (up to 12 sessions) individual counselor support
    • Group counseling
    • Drop-in & crisis support
    • School-related mental health assessment
    • Referrals to community partners for:
      • Long-term therapy
      • Family therapy
      • Acute or severe mental health/psychotic disorders
      • Eating disorders
      • Trauma

    Location:
    Building A

    Referral Process:
    Talk with your student's school counselor as the first step to accessing wellness services or come in during wellness drop-in hours.

Wellness Counselors

  • Christina Cabrera, LCSW
    ccabrera@smuhsd.org
    650.558.2876 

    Alexandra Roberts, LMFT
    aroberts@smuhsd.org
    650.558.2896

    Alisa Meyer, LMFT
    ameyer@smuhsd.org
    650.558.2863

Care Solace

  • Care Solace is an online resource with a live 24/7 concierge meant to assist individuals in finding local mental health related programs and counseling services. Learn more.

Wellness Resources for Parents and Guardians