Mrs. Martey Brown ~ Counseling Secretary 
    Dr. Omi Dobbins, LPC, NCSC ~ School Counselor
    Lead Counselor
    Last Names A-D
    Educational Philosophy

    Greetings Stockbridge family and community! 

    What a pleasure it is to serve the North Henry community by working with families and helping to shape the minds of young people at Stockbridge High School!

    I bring several years of experience and knowledge to SHS. I have worked since 2000 in various private and public agencies; all focused on improving and enhancing the daily coping of children and their respective families. Since 2008 I have worked full time in various public school settings as a school counselor. The task has been a gigantic one, but the rewards of preparing students to fully embrace post-secondary options has been well worth it!

    My goals for working with your student are three-fold, encompassing academic, social, and emotional objectives.

    I will ensure that your student attains all credits needed for graduation and that, in doing so, he or she fully explores career technical & agricultural areas which enhance their natural interests/talents. This is done through ademic advisement and facilitation of Core Counseling Curriculum.

    I will ensure that your student is socially exposed to programs, opportunities and entities of positive impact and similar goals for success. Every student has a right to be in our building and feel comfortable, protected, supported and positively challenged.

    I will ensure that your student is emotionally well-adjusted and supported in our school. Basic to the nature of emotionally healthy students is the belief that “if they feel good, then they will look good and perform well”. I am committed to encouraging healthy emotional growth within the building and fostering connections for resourcing outside of the building, as needed.

    Again, the pleasure is all mine in making your acquaintance! Please drop in sometime and let me know how I can be of assistance!


    Ms. Davis

    Ms. Lynnia Davis, M.A. ~ School Counselor
    Last Names E-K
    Educational Philosophy

    Greetings Stockbridge High School Family! 

    With over 14 years as a Professional School Counselor in both middle and high school settings, I have worked within the Stockbridge community for five years.  It is my honor and pleasure to serve the SHS family as your School Counselor! 

    I Believe:

    • All students have the right to a quality education
    • All students have the right to a safe and secure learning environment
    • All students deserve academic, career, and social emotional support


    My role as a School Counselor has truly been a rewarding experience.  I am thrilled to work with students, parents, teachers, and administrators who are invested in the educational success of all students.  My belief is to always encourage students to strive to achieve their goals, and work hard to become productive citizens.

    W. Mosley
    Ms. Wakaitha Mosley, LPC, NCC ~ School Counselor
    Last Names L-Rh  

    Greeting my Stockbridge High School Family!

     I am Wakaitha Mosley and I am so excited to be a member of Stockbridge High School Family since 2016! I have served in the Stockbridge Community over six years as a Professional School Counselor.  I have also worked as a Professional School Counselor at EXCEL Academy 2016-2017 and Fulton County Schools. I have served as a Special Education Teacher for 10 years in both elementary and middle school settings.

     As your Stockbridge High School Professional School Counselor, my primary responsibility is to promote academic, social/emotional, and career development for all students. I am a graduate of University of West Georgia where I earned two graduate degrees; Master of Education in Professional School Counseling (2015) and Masters of Education in Special Education (2009). I completed my undergraduate studies at Georgia State University in Political Science. I am a proud mother of two daughters.

     Additionally, I am a Licensed Professional Counselor serving my school and community.

     I look forward to working with all SHS students, staff, families, and community constituents.

    I will provide support and guidance in the following areas:

    *Individual Sessions

    *Classroom Guidance Lessons and Activities

    *Small Groups

    *School Wide programs

    *Parent Conferences

    *Collaborative Meetings with teachers and staff

    *Consulting with community agencies to best service the needs of all SHS students.

     My ultimate goal is to ensure academic, career, and social/emotional wellness for all students. Please don’t hesitate to contact me via email Wakaitha.mosley@henry.k12.ga.us or 770-474-8747 ext 112.

    Mrs. Sheila Glover, M.A. ~ School Counselor
    Last Names Ri-Z
    Educational Philosophy 
     It has been said that experience is a good teacher, and I bring 18 years of educational experience to the dynamic students, parents, faculty, staff, and Community of Stockbridge High School. Within my 18 years of tenure, I'm proud to say that I have been on all three levels of public education! I spent 10 years in the classroom as an ELA teacher and the last 8 years have been in counseling.  My favorite level is assisting high school students and their parents as they venture onward into post secondary opportunities.
    My philosophy of counseling is consistent with the ASCA Model and the framework in place that supports schools and guidance offices throughout the country in having a successful program.  I also believe in the Holistic Theory in the development of the child.  I strongly believe that we can't exist or be understood until one looks at the relationship of the whole person and how events and circumstances affect us daily.                          


    Ms. Andrea Halbig, LCSW~ School Social Worker 
    Hello! My name is Ms. Halbig, your school social worker at SHS. I am so excited to join the team here! This is my 6th year in Henry County Schools, and in education.

    I graduated from UGA in 2015 with my Master's Degree in Social Work. I have a Bachelor's Degree from the University of Colorado in Ethnic Studies. Prior to becoming a school social worker, I worked in criminal justice. I truly have a passion for helping people.

    As a social worker, my main focus is serving as an advocate for your student. I want your student to be successful, in school and in life. Your student’s mental and emotional health are top priorities for me. f there’s anything I can do to ensure your students success and well-being, please let me know.

    I can serve as a link between the students, parents, school staff and the community. I can assist with mental health concerns, behavioral concerns, positive behavioral support, classroom support and provide individual and group counseling/therapy, among other things.

    I am highly committed to serving the needs of our children and families. Please feel free to reach out to me at any time. 

     The School Social Worker serves as an important link between the school and the community.  They coordinate services with parents, teachers, administrators, counselors, therapists, doctors and community agencies to address the specific needs of students.


    What a School Social Worker Does

    The role of the School Social Worker can include, but is not limited to:

    Mental Health/Treatment Services:  Provide short-term individual, family and group counseling, addressing issues such as: grief and loss, social skills, self-esteem, conflict resolution, bullying, anxiety, depression, ADHD and stress management.  Psycho-social assessment, crisis intervention and referrals to long term mental health facilities, psychiatrists and therapists are also some of the areas covered by your School Social Worker.

    Case Management:  Make referrals to community resources including, but not limited to food pantries, clothing closets, economic assistance, community linkages for services (public assistance, health insurance, on-going case management, etc.), and collaboration with the Department of Families and Children, Department of Juvenile Justice, and Department of Human Resources.

     Family/School Liaison:  Advocate for families, link parents with the appropriate individuals to enhance student performance, participate in student support teams and IEP meetings (when necessary), parent/teacher conferences, special education programs and assist families who are homeless with linkages to needed services.

    Attendance Support:  Collaborate with attendance clerks, guidance counselors, and teachers to aid in improved school attendance, participate in the Truancy Intervention Meetings (TIM) at the County level and facilitate the referral process for truancy cases to Juvenile and State Courts.

     Consultation Services:  Consult with teachers, administrators and other school staff regarding social, emotional, behavioral and cultural differences that may impact student performance and provide interventions for effective classroom management.

     For additional information about School Social Work Services, please visit the county website at: https://schoolwires.henry.k12.ga.us/Page/36055

Last Modified on February 3, 2022