• MCAA School Counseling services include individual and group counseling, parent/teacher consultation, and referrals to community resources. In addition, all students receive classroom developmental lessons focusing on Above the Line expectations for social-emotional & academic development and Georgia's Career Clusters

    About Mr. Creger
    This is Mr. Creger's eleventh year as a professional school counselor and seventh year at MCAA. He graduated from the University of Illinois, where he completed his Bachelors of Arts in Political Science.  Mr. Creger earned his Masters of Science in Education School Counseling at Western Illinois University, and Education Specialist degree in Professional Counseling and Supervision at the University of West Georgia. He serves as the MCAA site supervisor for graduate internship students and aids aspiring counselors in their professional development. Mr. Creger is an active member of Cobb School Counseling Association and RAMP reviewer for the American School Counseling Association.  In his spare time he enjoys traveling with his wife and son, playing soccer, and playing the drums.

    Student Caseload: 3B/3C, 4B/4D, 5A/5B
    About Mrs. Helmick
     Mrs. Helmick is a new member of the MCAA family but, is not new to the Marietta City School System. Mrs. Helmick has been in education for the past six years, serving all in Marietta City Schools at Hickory Hills Elementary. She holds a Bachelors’ Degree in Elementary Education from the University of North Carolina- Wilmington and a Masters Degree from Liberty University in Education- School Counseling. Mrs. Helmick has worked as a 5th grade teacher, a team lead, and has served as the team’s collaborative gifted homeroom teacher. Mrs. Helmick is responsible for serving MCAA’s fifth graders. She provides both math and counseling services to meet the needs of each diverse learner. Mrs. Helmick serves students in both whole and small groups. In her spare time she enjoys being outside, spending time with family and friends, and training for triathlons. 
    Student Caseload: 3A/3D, 4A/4C, 5C/5D

    About Ms. Servellon
    This is Ms. Servellon’s second year as a professional school counselor at MCAA. She is originally from Los Angeles, California. She graduated from California State University, Northridge where she completed her Bachelors in Art in Sociology with an emphasis in Criminal Justice. She earned her Master’s in Science in Educational Counseling at National University Los Angeles. Ms. Servellon holds five specialist certifications from the American School Counseling Association (ASCA) which include (Bullying Prevention, Mental Health, Closing the Achievement Gap, Career Development, and Legal & Ethical). With more than 10 years of experience working with children K-12, Ms. Servellon developed a passion to help children succeed in a collaborative and positive school environment that allows her to build relationships with students, parents, and staff. She believes that all students should have access to a high-quality education, and she is committed to helping all students reach their full academic, social, and emotional potential. Her diverse background and proficiency in Spanish will contribute to effectively support and connect with families to stir towards academic success. In her spare time, she enjoys crafting with her Cricut Maker, spending time with her fur babies, and exploring Georgia’s natural beauty with her high-school sweetheart.
    SEL School Counselor

Last Modified on September 7, 2022