Miller School Counseling

Mission Statement

In Holliston we seek to  collaboratively create and sustain Safe and Supportive Schools. A Safe and Supportive school is the culmination of what it would look like for us to truly foster a safe, positive, healthy and inclusive whole-school learning environment that: enables students to develop positive relationships with adults and peers, regulate their emotions and behavior, achieve academic and non-academic success in school and maintain physical and psychological health and well-being for all students, staff, and the greater Holliston community! 

Your child’s guidance counselor can address a multitude of school-based topics, such as social skills; anxiety and possible school phobia or refusal; grief and loss; peer conflict resolution; and self-esteem. The role of the guidance counselor is very fluid and changes based on the level of need of the students, the climate of the school building, and if or when a crisis emerges.

Your child may be seen on an individual basis, in a small group, or in the classroom in a whole group lesson. Guidance services are considered a regular education support and therefore any child can access them at any time. The guidance counselors frequently consult with classroom teachers as well as other support staff and can help to facilitate a relationship with resources within the community.

School Counseling Team

Erin Shea

Titles: School Counselor

Departments: School Counseling


Amanda Sexton

Titles: Adjustment Counselor

Departments: Student Services, School Counseling


Brielle Chadsey

Titles: School Counselor

Departments: School Counseling


Kaitlin Kodak

Titles: School Psychologist

Departments: School Counseling, School Psychology


Community Resources

Holliston Youth and Family Services has been in existence for over 20 years meeting the growing needs of the Holliston community. Their strong dedication to mental health services encompassess prevention efforts, quality and timely access to mental health professionals, and community outreach programs. visit their website to learn more about the many services they provide.

To make a referral to one of the programs please call Jaclyn Winer at 508-429-0620 or by email at


Holliston Pantry Shelf offers complete privacy and confidentiality for Holliston residents who need temporary or longer term help meeting their grocery needs.
Location: 73 Charles Street, Holliston, MA 01746
Telephone & Contact Info: (508) 429-5392


Interface Referral Service provides free and confidential mental health and wellness referral services for Holliston Elementary, Middle, and High School Students

Telephone & Contact Info: 888-244-6843 (toll free) available Monday through Friday, 9 am-5 pm


is available to help 24 hours a day, every day. If you are experiencing a mental health or emotional crisis, please call (800) 640-5432 to speak to an Advocates crisis clinician.
1881 Worcester Road Framingham, MA 01701