MCAA Counseling Services

  • The MCAA counseling department services all students through individual and group counseling, classroom guidance lessons, parent/teacher consultation, and community agency referrals. The department’s delivery of services are data driven and based on the American School Counseling Association’s student mindsets and behaviors standards. All services aim to prepare students’ academic readiness, career exploration of Georgia’s 17 career clusters, and social/emotional development of being ready, respectful, and responsible. The counseling department’s goal is for students to be ready to take an active role in their learning experience; respectful of self and others’ differences; and responsible for being positive contributors to their school and community.

    About Mr. Creger

    This is Mr. Creger's twelfth year as a professional school counselor and eighth year at MCAA. Originally from the Quad Cities in Illinois, he graduated from the University of Illinois where he completed his Bachelors of Arts in Political Science while minoring in Philosophy.  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 counselors in their professional development by presenting at school counseling association conferences at the local, state, and national level. Mr. Creger is a former board member of the Cobb School Counseling Association, Georgia School Counseling Association member, and RAMP reviewer for the American School Counseling Association.

    In his spare time he enjoys traveling with his wife and son, and playing soccer.

    John Creger

    About Ms. Servellon

    This is Ms. Servellon's third year as a professional school counselor. She previously served in the Marietta City School System as a contracted school counselor at MCAA and full-time school counselor at Marietta Middle School. She is originally from Los Angeles, California and graduated from California State University, Northridge where she completed her Bachelor of Arts in Sociology with an emphasis in Criminal Justice. She earned her Master’s in Science in Educational Counseling at National University Los Angeles. She 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 students K-12, Ms. S developed a passion to help students succeed in a collaborative and positive school environment that allows her to build relationships with students, parents, and staff. Her diverse background and proficiency in Spanish contributes to effectively support and connect with families to stir towards academic success. Her primary responsibility is to promote the academic, career, and social/emotional development of all students.

    In her spare time, she enjoys crafting with her Cricut Maker, spending time with her fur baby Koa, and exploring Georgia’s natural beauty with her high-school sweetheart.

    Tanya Servellon

Last Modified on May 30, 2024