At Triton High School, the school adjustment counselors work to assist students in promoting their academic learning and social-emotional growth. They provide strategies to help each Triton student identify and address their own individual social-emotional and environmental concerns that may interfere with their educational process. The school adjustment counselors actively collaborate with parents/guardians, teachers, school administration, and community based resources to implement strategies that promote a positive school environment for the students.

Mr. Joseph Celia, S.A.C.

(978) 462-8171 ext. 1108

[email protected]

Ms. Rebecca Bibeau, M.Ed.; S.A.C

(978) 462-8171 ext. 1191

[email protected]

Many students benefit from obtaining therapeutic support outside of the school setting to address issues of depression, anxiety, social skill development, or other areas of need. If you feel it would benefit your child to meet with a therapeutic provider you should contact your child’s primary care provider or insurance provider to request a referral.  The following are several local resources to aid in identifying appropriate providers. If you require further assistance, please do not hesitate to consult us directly.


  • This is an online resource used to find a therapist in your area. You are able to identify a therapist that your insurance may cover and read their personal profiles making it easier to find the right match for your child.

Pettingil House

  • Salisbury: 3 Lafayette Rd. (978) 463-8801

Lahey Behavioral Health

  • Ipswich:  25R Market St. (978) 356-1776
  • Amesbury:  5 Market Sq. (978) 388-7032
  • Haverhill:  60 Merrimack St. (978) 373-1126

North Shore Psychology and Behavioral Medicine Associates

  • Peabody:  6 Essex Center Dr Ste 107. (978) 532-7588

North Shore Counseling Center

  • Beverly:  900 Cummings Center. (978) 922-2280

Parent’s Guide to Mental Health Services