Easthampton High School Counseling Department
The school counseling staff are here to support students and their families through all of the ups and downs of high school. Please reach out to your counselor for support on academics, college and career planning, personal struggles, and course of study.
This site includes resources for all to access while we are not in school.
All staff emails are @epsd.us
Our phone number is (413) 529-1585
Email and phone extensions for each staff member is below.
Mrs. Bonnie LeDoux
Ms. Kathleen Collins
Grades 9-11: A-L
Grade 12: A-K
Ms. Chris Soverow
Grades 9-11: M-Z
Grade 12: L-Z
Ms. Jennifer Metzger
School Adjustment Counselor
At Mindfulness at EHS you can access practices and resources to support you in being more present in your life with awareness, kindness, and compassion. Mindfulness can help you to put your mind on the moment and stay with anything that challenges you in your life. By training your mind through mindfulness, you can grow kindness and compassion within yourself and share this kindness and compassion with others.
Mental Health Support and Resources
At Mental Health Support for EHS you can access local and national resources that are supportive of your mental health and well being.
Free Guide to Living with Worry and Anxiety Amidst Global Uncertainty
NAMI Basics is a 6-session education program for parents, caregivers and other family who provide care for youth (ages 22 and younger) who are experiencing mental health symptoms. This program is free to participants, 99% of whom say they would recommend the program to others. NAMI Basics is available online through NAMI Basics OnDemand.
Updates and resources to promote good mental health hygiene during school closure, eventual return and recovery from COVID-19 from the school counseling and social emotional learning departments PK-12 of a number of Massachusetts School Districts. Please share widely! This page is updated regularly.
We all need help sometimes; lots of people are feeling stressed, anxious, or depressed right now. Talk to someone who can help. Call ‘211’ now or visit www.mass211.org, www.frcma.org, or massachusettsnetworkofcare.org for resources regarding parent/family support, clothing/household items, physical health, crisis lines/helplines, food/meals, mental health, substance abuse treatment, housing/utilities or domestic violence situations.
Academic and Educational Counseling
College and Career Counseling
70 Williston Avenue,
Easthampton, MA, 01027
Phone: (413) 529-1585 x2037
Fax: (413) 529-1591