Counseling Team

 

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Lisa Morin, LICSW
Director of Counseling

lisa_morin@milton.edu or 617-898-2452

Teaches: Affective Ed (Values, Social Awareness)
Works with: Outreach Team, Human Sexuality and Relationships (HS&R); Class I leaders in Students Educating the Community about Sexuality (SECS)
Supports: Millet, Norris and Forbes houses

“I enjoy empowering students to find the best ways to cope with their problems. I like to guide students to capitalize on their strengths and I enjoy finding creative approaches with each individual student. It’s a privilege for me to work with such a strong team of counselors here at Milton Academy.

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Elihu Selter, PsyD
Clinical Psychologist

elihu_selter@milton.edu or 617-898-2453

Teaches: Topics in Psychology & Class IV Health
Advises: Class II girls
Works with: Individual Student Support group
Supports: Hallowell and Wolcott houses

“I am excited about the strong work we do in the Counseling Center. I enjoy working with students on many issues through my clinical work and getting to know students through teaching Topics in Psychology and Class IV Health. I have a dynamic approach to my work and find that helping students understand who they are and from where they came are important components to self-discovery and growth.”

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Kaizad Munshi, MD, MPH
Child and Adolescent Psychiatrist

Dr. Munshi oversees all psychiatric care for the School’s boarding students. Dr. Munshi is Board Certified with the American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology in Psychiatry and Child and Adolescent Psychiatry. Dr. Munshi is a Child and Adolescent Psychiatrist in the outpatient clinic at Children’s Hospital Boston. He is also an instructor of Psychiatry at Harvard Medical School.

 

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Sarah Barnett, LICSW
Clinical Social Worker

sarah_barnett@milton.edu or 617-898-2456

Teaches: Class IV Health
Works with: Human Sexuality and Relationships (HS&R) teachers; Class I leaders in Students Educating the Community about Sexuality (SECS)

“I love working in an atmosphere rich with talent, creativity and drive. The intensity of the Milton experience can often leave students with feelings of extremes: pride and shame, joy and sadness, hope and anxiety. I seek to help students make sense of these emotions by giving them a safe space to discuss what feels threatening, a calm space to reflect on what feels overwhelming, and a stable space to organize what feels chaotic. The world is full of dichotomies, and I want to help students explore what lies in-between.”

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Amanda Chapin

Amanda_Chapin@milton.edu or 617-898-2466

Teaches: Psychology Seminar, Neuropsychology and Topics in Psychology