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Student Health Services

Lake Forest Academy believes that all aspects of student wellness – physical, social, mental, emotional, environment, and spiritual – are integral to growth and development. LFA’s Student Health Services and Student Seminar Program provide students with a variety of services to support them in achieving a healthy balance.

Infirmary

Hours
Monday – Thursday: 7:30 AM – 7 PM
Friday: 7:30 AM – 7 PM
Saturday & Sunday: 9 AM – 1 PM
After hours, emergencies or sudden illnesses are reported to the dorm parent on duty or the on-call person.
The Student Health Services Office is staffed by licensed registered nurses who rely on good communication with faculty, parents, and students about health concerns and needs. Parents are encouraged to contact Student Health Services or one of the school counselors directly with their concerns.

Services include treatment and/or referral for acute and emergency illness or injury, first aid, and preventive health maintenance programs. The SHS staff also act as parent-student-school liaisons with health care providers and services in the local area.

 

Counseling

Sarah Collins, LCPC, and Jennifer Madeley, LCSW, are available to provide clinical assessment and short-term therapy on a drop-in, crisis-response, and referral basis.

Student Health Services Contacts

Sarah Collins

Sarah Collins

Director of Service Learning, School Counselor, Seminar Faculty
Jennifer Madeley

Jennifer Madeley

School Counselor, Seminar Department Chair, Seminar Faculty
Leslie Brask

Leslie Brask

School Nurse
Marti Kingwill

Marti Kingwill

School Nurse
Michelle Reich

Michelle Reich

School Nurse

Statement of Confidentiality

  • All personal contact with the school Counseling Office is confidential unless the counselor determines that there is a risk which specifically endangers the student, another person or the community at large.
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  • Cases of suspected physical, psychological or sexual abuse must, by law, be reported to the Illinois Department of Children & Family Services (DCFS).