School Counseling

Hello, My name is Robin Gregg, School Counselor.aes-robin-gregg

I started at AES in January, 2002 as a part-time school counselor, one day a week. Since August 2002 I have been here three days/week. I love working at AES–the staff members work really well together; the kids are great; and the families are so supportive.

Favorite things to do when not at school: Reading! Swimming at Willard Pond! Working with other school counselors around the region on some projects (e.g., a mindfulness curriculum development/research project); being at the ocean, cooking and baking, being in Maine with my daughter and husband…

Hidden talents?? I do not know of any; they would not be hidden if I knew of them…

As a child, I knew that I wanted a job helping others; in high school a
friend and I started the “social action committee…”

Message for AES students and families: EVERYONE has good qualities and
strengths. If you are open to people and look for their strengths, you
will usually find them. (This applies to yourself, too!)

ConVal School Counseling

Below is a list of area resources:

Monadnock Center for Violence Prevention (formerly known as Women’s Crisis Services)
Provides educational programs and crisis assistance to women, men, and children.
www.mcvprevention.org
12 Court Street, Keene, NH 03431
603 352-3782
Toll free: 1-888-644-3574

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For help finding programs and services that are local, regional, and statewide:
Information and Assisted Referral Services
The River Center, Peterborough, NH
www.information@rivercenter.us
Tammy L. Adams
924-6800
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Cheshire Mediation
64 Main Street
Keene, NH 03431
603 357-6873
1-800-757-3887
Offers educational programs and training on conflict resolution, such as divorce and post-divorce mediation and parent/youth mediation.