School MFLCs
  • School Military Family Life Counselors (MFLCs) address challenging behaviors and strengthen the capacity of staff, families, programs and systems to meet the needs of military children and youth by:

    • Observing, participating and engaging in classroom activities

    • Developing strategies for supporting positive behavior, age-appropriate behavioral interventions to enhance coping and behavioral skills in the classrooms and at home

    • Meeting one-on-one or in groups, providing evidence-based prevention and intervention services

    • Implementing and modeling strategies for teacher and staff responses to children’s behavior

    • Conducting trainings for school staff 

    • Facilitating groups to increase parents’ understanding of social emotional development and positive behavior guidance strategies

    • Linking families with community resources or military family programs

    • Working with military children in settings such as field trips and other centers, camps or school-sponsored activities.

    • Conducting individual sessions to address the unique challenges of school-aged military children and youth

    School MFLC Roster