• Meet Our Counselors

    Mrs. Elizabeth Miller has been a school counselor since 2006. She earned her Bachelor's degree in Psychology from Berry College and both her Master's and Specialist degrees from The University of Georgia. She works with students from Kindergarten through 2nd grade. She has two little girls, Lily and Rosie, and loves to read in her spare time.

    Email: elizabeth.b.miller@gcpsk12.org
    Phone: 678-377-8968

    Ms. Caitlyn Smith started her counseling career with the Freeman's Mill family in 2022. She earned her bachelor's degree in psychology, with a minor in African-American Studies, from Valdosta State University in 2019. She also earned a Master of Social Work degree from Valdosta State University in 2021. Ms. Smith is currently pursuing a Master of School Counseling degree from Albany State University and a Specialist degree from the University of Georgia. She works with students in grades 3-5. She loves to travel and helping people along the way.

    Phone: 678-377-8949


    The mission statement of Freeman’s Mill Elementary School Counseling Program is to reduce barriers to academic achievement and encourage excellence in all students by promoting academic, personal and social, and career development. 


    Freeman’s Mill Elementary School Counseling Department will encourage excellence by providing guidance, support, and responsive services to all students, thus fostering the development of lifelong learners and respectful citizens.

  • Counseling Services

    Freeman's Mill School Counseling program closely aligns with the American School Counselor Association's model. A comprehensive counseling program includes several pieces. The school counselor teaches core curriculum counseling lessons to grades K-5. These lessons are designed to teach academic, college, and career readiness, and social/emotional skills. Additionally, Mrs. Miller offers several small group opportunities throughout the year, with a focus on resiliency and study skills. She also meets with individuals as needed and provides crisis intervention services as well.

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