Counseling Resources

How do I make an appointment to see my Counselor?

Students, making an appointment with a Counselor is easy!  Stop by your counselors office located on the second floor of Forte Hall to set up a time to speak.  You may also leave a note for your counselor or email them: Ms. Jessica Pane (Class of, Ms. Maureen McLaughlin (Class of 2018),,   Mr. Jim Morgan (Class of 2019), and Mr Bill Wilson (Class of   2020),

Group Gatherings at Gonzaga

Each school year the Gonzaga Counseling Department offers small group gatherings on particular topics affecting the student community. The small groups are usually comprised of 5-7 individuals from all grade levels and meet once a week for 6-8 weeks. The sessions will not interfere with a student’s core academic classes. Previous group topics have included Loss & Healing, Separation & Divorce, Depression &  Anxiety, Living with Addiction , and Living with Chronic Illness.

How do I join? E-mail your counselor:,,,

Also, if you have suggestions for another group topic that you would benefit from, please let us know.


Summer Opportunities

There are many summer programs that send information to Gonzaga for our students to explore.  Explore here: Summer opportunities


Counseling Resources

Specific Topics

Stress & Anxiety 


Internet Safety

Drugs and Alcohol

General Resources for Parenting Teens

General Counseling articles by a Licensed Therapist (specializes in work with teens and families)

Sleep Doctor in the DC area

Lab School Lecture Series for Parents of Teens

Parenting Education 

American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychology Resource Center

American Psychological Association Teen Resources 

Recent Articles and Books


Teens and Marijuana Use


The Gift of Failure 

Private School Teens and Stress

The Overprotected Kid

Anxious Parents/Anxious Kids

Masterminds and Wingmen

Brainstorm: The Power and Purpose of the Teenage Brain