HS Counselors


                                                   School Counseling Staff:

Mrs. Juliann Lionetti, M.A., NCC-   [email protected]

 Mrs. Lionetti has been a certified school counselor since May 1995. And has been with Forest City Regional High School  since March 2007 and has worked in the mental health field before that as a case manager, a mental health therapist and has worked in an adult and childrens' psychiatric hospital.   

She has extensive training in childhood trauma, suicide prevention and grief.
She is the district AP coordinator, suicide prevention coordinator , and coordinator  of the high school SAP team.  
She is a member of the local school counselors of NEPA, the state organization (PSCA)  , and the national group ASCA for school counselors. 

Mrs. Kelsey Bryer, M.S. , NCC  - [email protected]  

Mrs. Kelsey Bryer has been part of the Forester family since August 2014. She taught 4th grade ELA for 6 years before transitioning to a new role in the district as school counselor. Last year, she served as a high school counselor, with kids on her caseload from 7th-12th grade; This year, she'll transition to a new role as "Middle School Counselor" and serve students from 5th-8th grade.

A lifelong resident of Northeastern Pennsylvania, Mrs. Bryer graduated from Valley View High School, earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Elementary Education from Loyola University Maryland and a Master of Science Degree in School Counseling from the University of Scranton. She received her National Certified Counselor (NCC) credential in 2018.

Mrs. Bryer is a member of the FCRES & FCRHS SAP and Request for Assistance teams, the HS PBIS committee, the social justice committee, and is part of the district's support team. She believes in supporting the WHOLE child within ONE student-driven, data-informed system to ensure the most appropriate, effective, and efficient supports and interventions are implemented when needed.

                                                       Darlene Hamlyn
                                    Administrative Assistant/Homeless Liaison

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