School Counseling - Family Support Resources

Last Updated: 9/6/2022 5:37 PM

Family Support Resources - MTHS  

If your child or family is in need of some support/counseling we recommend that you start by reaching out to  your child’s School Counselor and/or Case Manager. They can lend support to your child while they  are in school, and also help refer you to available community resources. 


Counseling Department

Christy Defiori          ext. 2657

Kim Garcia-Cunha   ext. 2651

Kathryn Keating       ext. 2654

Leslie Levy               ext. 2656

Alyssa Marotta         ext. 2648

Naomi McCloskey    ext. 2653

Amelia McGinniss    ext. 2566


Child Study Team (CST)

Lisa Tobin-Cook        ext. 2672

Janina Lavigne         ext. 2670

Larry Pettit                ext. 2671

Patricia Smith           ext. 2669

Donna Stanic            ext. 2668

Kevin Fallon              ext. 2652

Scott Brelinksy          ext. 2669


Student Assistance Counselor (SAC)

Catherine Lomauro     ext. 2660

Kelly McCorkle            ext. 2659


The information provided here, along with a consultation with your child’s Counselor and/or Case Manager, will help  you get started in finding support. 


PerformCare - NJ Children’s System of Care 1-877-652-7624

Morris County Information on Mental Health & Addictions 

Morris County information on Crisis & Trauma 

Coping and Growing through Grief 

Suicide Prevention 

State Hotline designed for Teens & Youth 

NJ Department of Children & Families 

Raising a Grandchild, Niece/Nephew, or Other Child Family Member 

Dealing with Cancer 

The counseling services listed above are not meant to be a complete listing of all available services, but more a place to get started. If you are fortunate to be covered by a health plan, we always recommend that you start the process by contacting your health plan provider or family physician. They can  provide a list of local counselors with whom they are affiliated. 

Additional Emergency Resources  

St. Clare’s Hospital 973-625-0280 

Morristown Memorial Hospital 973-540-0100 

Chilton Memorial Hospital 973-831-5000


NOTE: Please remember that the police stand ready to help in domestic and crisis situations through a 911 call.