• At Hope Horizon, the counseling team provides mental health interventions that integrate a team approach with available Board Certified Behavioral Analysts, Administration, Staff, and Teachers to promote Trauma-Informed collaboration across schools and infuse treatment services. 

    If enrolled, your child will have the opportunity to participate in once-weekly individual and group therapy with the Hope Horizon counselors and have availability to meet with their assigned counselor as needed Monday-Friday when school is in session.  These services are provided at no cost to your family, which is provided through your child's IEP, making Hope Horizon a therapeutic day treatment center school. 

    In addition, if needed, your child will have access to mental health crisis intervention while in school.  As needed, a licensed therapist can assess student needs and implement action steps to help remove crisis barriers.  

    The counseling team supports programs available to all students to meet needs, such as Hope Horizon's clothing and hygiene closet, Backpack Buddies weekend food program, and coordination with The Birthday Party Pensacola (a local charity that has adopted our school to provide something special for each child on their birthday).

                                MEET THe team

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    Ms. Linda has been a part of Hope Horizon School for over ten years as a Clinical Counselor.  She has a wealth of experience as a Senior Juvenile Probation Officer with the Department of Juvenile Justice. Ms. Linda worked as a Juvenile Probation Officer in Chattanooga, TN, supervising children who were deemed unruly/ungovernable and truant from school.  In addition, Ms. Linda worked part-time at the Currie House Shelter, and part-time at the DARRT program with Lakeview Center.   Ms. Linda holds a Master's in Education from the University of West Florida and a B.S. degree in Criminal Justice from the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga.




    Ms. Patricia comes to Hope with over 21 years of experience working with youth. She has served as a manager and counselor for runaway shelters across four counties, covering runaway, truancy, ungovernable, and family first network between ages 10-17. In addition, she has worked with the Children's Home Society as a Navigator at C.A. Weise Elementary School, Lakeview Mental Health Counselor/Screener for MRT, and ASU Baptist Health Care. Ms. Patricia holds a Master's degree in Counseling and Psychology and a Bachelor’s degree in Business Administration.





    Ms. Rhonda is currently a Registered Clinical Social Worker Intern. She has been a mental health counselor for one year at Hope Horizon but has made positive, meaningful, and impactful progress with the students she serves. Before coming to the Hope Horizon family, Ms. Rhonda was a Crisis Counselor for the Mobile Response Team at Lakeview. She worked in several CBSA classrooms in Santa Rosa County working with ASD students and students facing other behavior and mental health struggles. Ms. Rhonda was also a part-time school counselor in Santa Rosa County. She was a PRN Social Worker at Santa Rosa Medical Center after completing her internship with Case Management. Ms. Rhonda holds a Master's Degree in Social Work from The University of West Florida and a Bachelor's Degree in Psychology from Indiana University East.