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Bob Miller Counseling Department

Hello and welcome to our Counselor’s Corner page! Counselors are still available during distance learning. We’re here to help our students focus on academic achievement, social/emotional development and career exploration. Each counselor has a google classroom dedicated to their grade level where students will receive announcements and can sign up for an online appointment.

Counselors offer support in areas including:

  • Peer relationships

  • Decision making skills

  • Communication and conflict resolution

  • Fostering self-awareness, acceptance, and diversity

  • Teaching time management and organizational skills

  • Crisis intervention for students and parents

  • Academic Planning

  • Individual and Group Counseling

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Lauren Argier 


Hello! My name is Lauren Argier and I love being a part of the Miller family! I’m looking forward to getting to know my students and families. In my free time, I like to bake, garden and attend my kid's sporting events. I love animals and have a cat named Molly. I’ve been a school counselor for elementary, middle, and high school, but middle school is my favorite!  I’m here for your student’s social, emotional, and academic/career needs. My door is always open, so feel free to contact me with any questions or concerns. I'm looking forward to a great school year!


Lori Florian


Welcome back Bobcats!  My name is Lori Florian, and I am looking forward to a positive learning experience with students and their families this year.  I have been with Bob Miller for over nine years, beginning my career as a special education teacher and then transferring to a counselor.  I pride myself in meeting the needs of students and overseeing their academic and emotional success.  I am here to help facilitate these upcoming middle school years while we progress forward here at Bob Miller MS.  Please feel free to contact me with any questions or concerns you may have.  I am looking forward to an amazing year.

Patty Edwards


Hello Miller families! My name is Patty Edwards and I am so excited about becoming a Bobcat this year! I started off my educational career as a physical education teacher and have now been a middle school school counselor for the past 9 years. Most of my free time is spent taking my 10 year old son to taekwondo tournaments and soccer games. I love being a sports mom! I look forward to meeting you all and getting to know you better this school year. Please do not hesitate to reach out with any questions or concerns, I am here to help in any way that I can!


Karen Johnson


Hello, I am Karen Johnson, one of the lucky counselors at the best middle school in CCSD. This upcoming school year is my third year here at Bob Miller but my second year as a school counselor don’t let that trick you because I’ve been with CCSD as a Special Educator and School Counselor for over 20 years. When I’m not working or taking classes, I love spending time with my family, paddle boarding, traveling, gardening, and hanging out with my pups under the air condition.  Every school year is unique but this school is going to be amazing and filled with great new adventures.  If there is any way I can assist you or your family please feel free to contact me.


Karen Davis


Karen Davis is a native of Las Vegas, Nevada where she attended the University of Nevada Las Vegas, earning  a Bachelor’s and Master’s Degree in Social Work with a concentration in Child Welfare. Proven track record of working with families, Karen has over (20) twenty years of experience working with the Department of Family Service in the field of Adoption, Child Abuse and Neglect. 


Dedicated to continuing to serve the community, Karen has over (5) five years of providing needed support to Elementary, Middle and High School aged students, families, and school administration within a variety of settings. 


Adept in conflict resolution, safe physical management, and restorative justice methods, Karen brings forth a strong understanding of working with underserved youth, focusing on students' strengths, rather than their deficits.


“One of my greatest strengths is the ability to build relationships with all stakeholders while facilitating collaboration, growth, and achievement. I am passionate about improving awareness about mental health and working to ensure students receive the best support to achieve academic goals. I am confident that my experiences in working with high-achieving and underserved scholars will assist in attaining positive outcomes”. 


Karen Davis, LMSW


Homework Help


  • Henderson Libraries: Tutors for K-12 and adult learners available for live online help 1 pm-10 pm, 7 days a week.

  • Khan Academy: This is an online resource that provides students with video instruction and practice problems to assist with learning concepts. Extensive support is available for K-12 mathematics extending past Calculus. Families can visit for assistance. 

  • CK-12 Foundation: This website provides a library of free online textbooks, study guides, videos, exercises. Flashcards and real world applications for over 5,000 concepts to assist with K-12 mathematics and science concepts. Families can visit for assistance. 




  • Mobile Crisis: The Mobile Crisis Response Team (MCRT) was created to provide crisis intervention and support to Nevada families dealing with a behavioral or mental health crisis. It’s mobile so they can come to you. 702.486.7865

  • Adam’s Place: A non-profit organization that helps kids and families deal with grief and loss. 702.202.3891

  • The Harbor: This center offers mentoring, drug education, conflict resolution, anger control, social skills training, job skills development, counseling sessions, cognitive behavior therapy, behavioral health services and a variety of other programs. 702.455.6912

  • Montevista Hospital: Montevista Hospital offers free, confidential, onsite level-of-care assessment by a licensed behavioral health professional. Treatment options will be explored with you in accordance with your specific needs. 702.251.1371

  • UNLV: UNLV’s free short-term distance counseling team is available to provide free brief counseling to address present concerns stemming from current COVID-19 circumstances, including:

    • Anxiety

    • Depressive symptoms

    • Poor Emotional Regulation

    • Grief & Loss

    • Familial conflict

    • Unhealthy Behaviors

    • Lack of Motivation

    • Stress

    • Compassion Fatigue

    • Burnout

    • Social Isolation

    • Other concerns related to our current COVID-19 crisis 702.895.1532


Internet Providers:

  • Century Link



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