Our Services

We provide effective school-based therapeutic services that support a comprehensive school environment. In partnership with educators and administrators, we offer a broad array of support services to help students remain in-district and thrive in the least restrictive environment.
Sage Thrive’s in-district services reduce out-of-district placements, with 97.7% of students who receive counseling being retained in the district. Studies show that students who have access to our in-district mental health support services have greater attendance and academic success.
Partnering with Sage Thrive creates a safe onsite support system and delivers actionable plans to improve mental wellness for staff and students alike.

What Services Do We Provide?

  • Individual, Group and Family Counseling
    • Ongoing, scheduled individual, group, and family counseling, crisis/drop-in counseling
  • Classroom Behavioral Intervention
  • Early Intervention and Identification for General Education
  • Parent Support/Psycho-Education Groups
  • Screening for Students with Suicidal Ideation and Self-Injurious Behavior
  • Home Visits
  • Provide Quarterly, Mid-Year and End-of-Year Clinical Summaries
  • Provide In-Service Trainings/Professional Development for District Staff & Administration
  • Attendance at IEP, Annual Review and Transition Meetings
  • Assistance in Initiation and Development of Specialized Programs/Classrooms
  • Conduct Risk Assessment Screenings (Gen Ed and Special Ed)
  • Develop Crisis Intervention Plans
  • Classroom and Lunchroom Observations
  • Coordination of Care (Seamless integration, communicate with community-based professionals, clinical documentation, transition planning)
  • Parent Workshops

How Do We Support Your School?

  • Sage Certified Clinicians: Ongoing training and supervision
  • Program Integration: Support students, families, district staff and administration
  • Quality Assurance: Hiring and orientation process, site visits, feedback surveys
  • Layers of Support: Leadership team and access to catalog of Sage resources
  • Documentation: Progress notes, goals and objectives, quarterly clinical summaries, program data summaries
“One thing we have seen over the last few years is consistency with language and consistency with implementation and a lot of that comes from the Sage approach.”
Walter Curioni, Director of Special Services, Randolph Public school