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HELP 4 WV offers services throughout West Virginia, focusing on treatment for addictions and mental health care. HELP 4 WV has 80 professional therapists in its provider network.

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For our students without internet access during the school closings, you can now get access from the Tolsia HS parking lot. Use the connection to access your work on Schoology. If your laptop memory is full, save packets to a USB drive or your Office 365 OneDrive account.

Schools Closed: Beginning March 16, 2020.

Check the Wayne County Schools website

or the West Virginia Department of Education

website for further details.

Counseling/Social Services

Contact Us:

School Counselor, Katlin Webb, M.A. at

School-Based Mental Health Counselor, Joyce Perry M.A. at

School Social Worker, Mandy Muth, LSW, MSW at

Katlin Webb is a certified professional school counselor. She is Wayne County native and a two-time graduate of Marshall University. Mrs. Webb holds a Master’s degree in Counseling, with an emphasis in school counseling. Mrs. Webb previously worked at Prestera Center as a substance abuse and mental health counselor, as well as, Marshall University as a college counselor. Mrs. Webb’s theoretical philosophy is primarily Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT). In her current role, she mainly provides solution-focused brief counseling and crisis management. Mrs. Webb ensures all students have met their graduation requirements in accordance with WVDE policy 2510 and assists students with career and higher education planning. Mrs. Webb works under the model of a comprehensive school counseling program by attempting to meet all students’ emotional, social and academic needs. She also regularly delivers classroom guidance lessons related to these topics.

Joyce Perry is a school-based mental health counselor. She holds a Master’s in Counseling and Education. She is the former director of the Mingo County Branch of the Logan-Mingo Area Mental Health Center. Mrs. Perry was also the former owner and practitioner of Professional Counseling and Consulting Services in Lavalette, WV. Mrs. Perry’s theoretical philosophy is Rational Cognitive Behavioral Therapy with a Person-Centered and Christian-Counseling focus. Mrs. Perry’s role at Tolsia High is to provide mental health counseling sessions to students as needed.

Mandy Muth attended Marshall University to pursue her degree in Criminal Justice. While at Marshall, Mandy was a member of the women’s rugby team and was the event/PR coordinator for Alpha Xi Delta sorority. She studied abroad in France and England, was an intern at Robert Shell Juvenile detention facility, and upon graduation began working at Pressley Ridge Grant Gardens as a teacher/counselor for teens in residential treatment. Mandy’s duties included conducting groups that focused on the development and implementation of life skills, substance abuse awareness, healthy relationships, coping skills, team building, and assisting youth in daily living. After two and a half years Mandy wanted to take on a more proactive role in the juvenile justice system. For the last 10 years, Mandy has worked as a Youth Service worker for the West Virginia Department of Health and Human Resources- Lincoln County. In this position she advocated for the best interest of her clients and assisted youth and families in navigating the juvenile justice system. While there she promoted and encouraged team work among coworkers, conducting groups, introducing new coping skills, and leading occupational therapy sessions for her coworkers during lunch. Mandy was selected to assist in the advancement and execution of programs within the Department of Health and Human Resources. These programs including but are not limited to, Safe at Home, Child Welfare Oversight Committee, as well as various other assessment and development processes. For her efforts, Mandy was selected as social worker of the year for Lincoln County and employee of the month for Region II (Boone, Cabell, Kanawha, Lincoln, Logan, Putnam and Mason Counties). In the fall of 2016 Marshall University began its graduate program for Social Work. Mandy returned and obtained a Master’s Degree in Social Work. Mandy currently holds a BA in Criminal Justice, LSW, and MSW.


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