Sudley Elementary Counseling Welcome 

Welcome to the 2020-21 school year!  The Counseling Department is thrilled to have you as a part of the Sudley Elementary family.  Please stop by and visit our Counseling Department Team located in rooms 107 & 138, between the main office and copy room.  We look forward to meeting all of you and having an awesome school year!

To contact the school counselors please call 703-361-3444 or email:

Ms. Phillips:
Ms. Farmer:  

Meet The School Counselors

Ms. Phillips
First, second, and fourth grade counselor
Mrs. Phillips

I've had the pleasure of being a full-time school counselor at Sudley Elementary School for thirteen years.  I received my Masters in Counselor Education from Virginia Commonwealth University.  I believe every child has a hidden talent waiting to be discovered.   

I'm looking forward to another amazing year at Sudley Elementary!

Ms. Farmer
Kindergarten, third, and fifth grade counselor 

Hello Sudley Roadrunners! Thank you for taking the time to read about me. Before landing at Sudley, I received my BS in Sport and Exercise Psychology from West Virginia University (Go Mountaineers!) and then went on to graduate from George Mason University with my Master’s Degree in Counseling and Development. Please email me with any questions or concerns. I cannot wait to meet everyone! GO ROADRUNNERS!!

Monica S. Ng
School Psychologist 

Ms. Ng
Monica S. Ng
School Psychologist

Office Hour During School Closure: Tuesdays 10 am - 11 am

School Counseling Vision
"Empowering all to achieve in academics, careers, and personal/social development."

Mission Statement

The school counseling department seeks to empower each student to reach his or her highest potential.  A safe and caring learning environment is emphasized while fostering the development of relationships and mutual respect within the school community.
School Counseling Beliefs Statement

The professional school counselors believe and will:
  • Each student can reach his or her fullest potential with guidance and support.
  • Each student is a valuable and respected asset of the school community.
  • Each student shall have access to a comprehensive, developmentally appropriate counseling program that addresses his or her academic, career, and personal/social needs. 
  • Actively address the needs of all students.
  • Regularly assess the effectiveness of the counseling program and make changes when needed.
  • Collaborate with staff, families, and community stakeholders to enhance student success.
  • Abide by ethical standards set forth by the American School Counselor Association.
  • Regularly seek professional development opportunities to enhance knowledge and competency.
American School Counselor Association.(2003). “The ASCA National Model: A Framework for School Counseling Programs.” Alexandria, VA.


Parenting Classes
Virtual parenting classes starting soon!  The Systematic Training for Effective Parenting (STEP), the When Families Get Angry (WFGA) and the Juvenile Justice Parenting Program (JJPP) classes offer a practical and realistic approach to the challenges of parenting.  Parents are surrounded by other parents who share similar concerns.  Parents are encouraged and supported as the program progresses.  Classes are offered in English and Spanish.  Please read the VCE Parent Education Classes flyer for schedules and special requirements needed to attend virtual classes.