LEIPZIG INTERNATIONAL SCHOOL

Counselling

The LIS School Counselling Programme is a preventative and developmental educational programme that helps students build empathy, self-confidence, self-expression and self-discipline. Students and counsellors work together to enhance student resourcefulness, productivity, competencies and interpersonal, decision-making and conflict-resolution skills. The goal is to strengthen students' own unique capabilities while guiding them as they discover and develop interests and abilities. The school counsellors seek to assist students in meeting their personal potential while meeting the high standards set by Leipzig International School.
Students can be referred to counselling services by teachers, parents or themselves. Our counsellors follow an open door policy so they can support individuals on a drop-in basis.

Meet the Team

Romy Döring

Early Childhood/Primary School Counsellor

Romy began working at LIS as a Hort Educator and a Learning Support Assistant. In August 2013, she expanded her offerings for the Student Support team by working as the Upper Primary School Counsellor and, from August 2014 onwards, she has been the Early Childhood/Primary School Counsellor. She holds a university degree in Social Pedagogy and Social Work (FH) and is a qualified Systemic Therapist. In addition to counselling, she coordinates the LIS Peer Mediation Programme. Romy believes in the solution-focused approach to help support individuals and groups.
Outside of work Romy enjoys entertaining friends, decorating, cooking and listening to live music.

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Brianna Sulzener

Secondary School Social Pedagogue

Brianna grew up in Florida and completed her Bachelor’s degree at the College of Charleston in South Carolina. She received her Master of Arts in School Counselling from the University of Iowa. While living in Iowa City, Brianna provided social-emotional support and instruction to students at the elementary, middle, and high school levels. She practises person-centred and solution-focused counselling in order to empower students to advocate for themselves and others. In her free time, Brianna enjoys poetry and table tennis.

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