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Georgina Flores, M.S., P.P.S.

Georgina Flores, M.S., P.P.S.


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Moulton Office #: 949-234-5980

Days On Site: Tue, Fri, e/o Wed.

Hours: 7:30 - 3:00pm

Hello Moulton Hawks!

Hello Moulton Hawks!

My name is Georgina Flores and this is my 6th year as your school counselor! I am here to support students in their social-emotional, academic and college/career growth. School counseling supports children's growth in managing their emotions, communicating their needs, building self-esteem, improving their problem-solving abilities, and more. It is not uncommon for children to need support in dealing with the stress of school, family changes, peer conflicts or significant life events such as losing a loved one (pets included), coping with a divorce, or moving.
To participate in individual or group counseling, students can be referred by their parent(s), staff members, or can self-refer. In addition to the option of individual and group counseling, I teach 6 Social-Emotional Lessons in ALL classrooms throughout the school year. These lessons cover 4 core areas of learning: Skills for Learning, Emotion Management, Empathy and Problem Solving. Please reach out if you have any questions about counseling services.
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Teachers/Staff can refer a student here


Family Resources

To access resources such as counseling centers, emotion managament strategies, peer conflict information, and more, please click HERE.

CUSD Mission & Vision

The mission of Capistrano Unified School District School Counselors is to provide a comprehensive counseling program that supports the whole child. School Counselors will focus on the needs, interests, and issues related to social-emotional, academic, and college/career development of all students through a multi-tiered system of support. School Counselors will advocate, collaborate and facilitate actions that promote a positive school climate, provide an opportunity for all students to access their education and achieve personal and academic success to meet the challenges of a rapidly changing world.
The School Counseling Program strives to provide opportunities so that every student will acquire the social-emotional, academic, and career skills to reach their fullest educational potential and successfully manage their lives as healthy, responsible, competent and productive citizens who respect themselves and others.

School Counseling Beliefs

The School Counselor believes ALL Students…
  • Are unique, valuable, and capable of reaching their highest potential.
  • Can learn and achieve social-emotional and academic success when encouraged and nurtured in a positive and safe environment.
  • Should feel safe, supported and encouraged at school.
The School Counseling Program…
  • Uses data-driven evidence in order to evaluate the needs and effectiveness of programs in place, as well as to provide appropriate future programs or interventions.
  • Is child centered, developmentally appropriate, and preventative.
  • Is developed in consideration of the special needs and the diverse ethnic, cultural, and racial differences of all students.
The School Counselor…
  • Is an advocate for all students and for the school counseling program.
  • Works with stakeholders within the district, as well as in the community, to provide a high-quality school counseling program.

Second Step Lessons

Second Step is a social-emotional learning curriculum delivered to all students through classroom guidance lessons conducted by the school counselor. Second Step is designed to build a foundation of social-emotional skills such as empathy, emotion management, decision making and problem solving to increase student's success in schools and prepare them to become responsible citizens. 
Conversations between the student and counselor are considered confidential.  However, there are exceptions to this confidentiality.  If a counselor has reason to believe that a student is being harmed, neglected, or is a danger to him/herself or others, the counselor has the legal, ethical, and professional responsibility to report such concerns to the parents or the appropriate authorities.