Phone: 215-233-6080 x4012
Degrees and Certifications:
BS Psychology and Spanish M.Ed. Counseling Psychology Certified K-6 School Counselor
My name is Mayra Ramos-Cook. Prior to joining the wonderful School District of Springfield Township, I worked as a Spanish speaking Bilingual School Counselor for the School District of Philadelphia for fifteen years. I have had the pleasure of working at Enfield since September 2016.
My husband Russell and I have two awesome boys, Ryan and Matthew. We enjoy going on cruises, bowling and swimming. In my free time, I enjoy reading and baking.
As a School Counselor, I will collaborate with you, your child’s teacher, and the school team to help your child have a positive school experience at Enfield. Meeting with students individually, in groups, or during the guidance lessons are some other ways that I will build rapport with all of the students while providing a comprehensive guidance program.
Please feel free to reach me if you have any questions, concerns, or would like to share anything with me about your child. My phone number is 215-233-6080, ext. 4012. You can also reach me via email at:email@example.com.
Guidance at Enfield Elementary
Mrs. Mayra Ramos-Cook serves as our School Counselor at Enfield Elementary School. Please contact her at 215-233-6080, extension 4012. Below is a list of Guidance and Counseling services.
Developmental Guidance Lessons:
A very important part of our mission is developmental classroom guidance lessons. During the school year, Mrs. Ramos-Cook meets with all classes for guidance lessons on a bi-weekly basis, alternating between kindergarten and first grade classes. The guidance curriculum encompasses communication and social skills, feelings identification and expression, problem-solving, manners, personal safety, peer refusal skills, and career and character education. It is during this shared time in the classroom that we hope to build rapport, relationships, and a comfortable level of trust with all students.
Individual Counseling Services:
Mrs. Ramos-Cook meets individually with students to provide support for family and school-related issues. Students can refer themselves to the counselor or can be referred by parents, teachers, or other school staff.
Group Counseling Services:
Small groups are offered, as needed, for students on the following topics: social skills and play, family issues, self esteem, anger management, conflict resolution, and behavior modification.
Consultation with parents, teachers, administrators, and outside agencies and professionals can always be arranged so that we can work together to support all students and their families. This is accomplished by open discussions, gathering and exchanging information, and providing recommendations.
As a CORE Team member, Mrs. Ramos-Cook meets with the principal, school psychologist, teacher, and specialists to discuss academic, social, and behavioral needs of referred students so that beneficial interventions can be planned, coordinated, and delivered to meet the needs of students.