Welcome to Crabapple Crossing's
School Counseling Department!
Jessica Lundy, Ed. S
My name is Jessica Lundy and I am the School Counselor for Crabapple Crossing Elementary. This is my third year as a Crabapple Colt. I received my Master's in Education and Education Specialist degrees in Professional School Counseling from Georgia State University. I received my Bachelor's Degree in Psychology & Child & Family Development from The University of Georgia. GO DAWGS! I am currently a Nationally Certified Counselor (NCC) and a Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC). I have a passion for Play-Based Counseling and I am a Registered Play Therapist (RPT). In my free time, I enjoy going to Pure Barre Studio, running races, riding my bike, visiting parks, exploring new restaurants, shopping, watching Netflix series, and drinking coffee! I am thrilled to be a Crabapple Colt and work with so many great families and kiddos. It's going to be a great school year!
The mission of the Crabapple Crossing Counseling Department is to deliver a Comprehensive School Counseling Program that engages all students to be successful, lifelong learners with a focus on academic achievement, socio-emotional awareness, and career development.
The vision of the Crabapple Crossing Counseling Department is for students to depart empowered with the knowledge and skills learned in curriculum that is enriched by career, academic, and socio-emotional awareness and to make a difference within their community.
- Classroom Lessons: Where students meet with their class to learn about topics to help them succeed academically, socially, and with their future career choice.
- Small Groups: Where students meet in a smaller setting to learn skills and strategies on specific topics, such as friendship, test-taking, and self-esteem; not considered group therapy
- Consultation: Where parents and teachers can meet 1:1 with the counselor to ensure student's succeed academically, socially, and with their future career choice
- Individual Student Planning: Where students can meet 1:1 with the counselor to discuss personal concerns and share good news; referrals can be made by students, teachers, or parents; sessions are play-counseling based; not considered individual therapy
What is Play Counseling?