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Valley Community Counseling

VCC Counselors

 

Alexandra Jeffry 

EXT 54344
ajeffry@musd.net 
 

Victoria Gulley 

EXT 54334
vgulley@musd.net
 

Chad Agostini

EXT 54334
cagostini@musd.net
 

 

 

VCC

 

Program Overview

VCC Counselors will provide students with personal and emotional support in whatever life tends to throw at them. Especially in these ever-changing times. High school is not always easy for everyone and now can be very daunting in more ways than one. They will be on site for the 2023-2024 school year. They look forward to working with staff from last year, as well as new staff this year.


Students struggling with issues and behaviors listed below may be helped through our counseling services:

  • anger management
  • social skills, withdrawn or shyness
  • organizational, study skills, and failing grades
  • coping with stress or depression
  • having a difficult time with transitions, divorce, or family problems
  • conflict resolution
  • self-esteem
  • grief and loss
  • Inappropriate boundries

Our VCC Counselors are here as a support for students and as a resource to parents and school staff as well. In seeing your students, please fill out a Referral Form or Student Self Referral Form so that they are brought up to speed on the student’s certain situation. A required permission slip must be signed if you would like for the counselors to continue seeing your student after the first initial visit. VCC Counselors are not allowed to see students again until they have received a signed Permission Slip . Please return these forms to them via email or by fax 209-825-3198. If you are unsure a student needs counseling or if you have any questions at all, please feel free to reach out and speak with them. You can call or email any time. Our VCC Counselors are located in the Counseling Office and you will also be able to find hard copies of Referral Forms and Permission Slips in English and Spanish outside their office doors.