In addition to the opportunities for intellectual development, St. Andrews also provides opportunities for students to learn how to deal effectively with relationships of all kinds, balance work and recreation, manage emotional, physical, and mental stress, improve time management skills, and make positive decisions about how they want to live their lives. All information discussed in counseling is held in confidence to the limits provided by the law. No record of counseling is made on students’ academic transcripts.
All students who feel the need to talk with a counselor should contact Mr. Lockamy in the Counseling Office at [email protected].
The Counseling Office has an established relationship with the Scotland Family Counseling Center. Students, faculty, or staff may be referred to Scotland Family Counseling if deemed appropriate by the counselor.
Mr. Daniel Lockamy is a Licensed Mental Health Counselor in NC, an NC Licensed Clinical Addiction Specialist, and has his NC Teacher’s License in Social Studies and Special Education. Retired Air Force, Daniel has counseling experience as a Community College of the Air Force Counselor, a professional counselor in the private sector, a Clinical Counselor in the SC Department of Corrections, and an Exceptional Child Teacher in the school system.
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