Counseling & Health
Top Row L-R: Amy Johnston, Tracy Binet-Perrin, Erica Salamy, Julia Duke.
This is Amy’s first year at GSS and she is excited to build relationships with the amazing students and community!
Amy graduated from the University of Rhode Island with a dual degree in Communication studies and Psychology. Since graduating, Amy has worked within the WSESU school district as well as in the Human Services field, where she found her true calling. Amy is passionate about helping others and is currently pursuing her Masters degree in social work at Widener University. She is excited to begin her career at Green Street School as the school based social worker; it’s her dream job!
In her free time, Amy enjoys good music, new recipes, and every second she gets to spend with her husband, beautiful son and dog, Cooper.
Tracy began working at Green Street in 2012 as the School Counselor.
Previously, I have worked in Early Education, at the Vermont Department of Education and as a counselor at Brattleboro Union High School.
Working at the elementary level allows me to work with students for 7 years and I value the opportunity to build strong relationships with students and families.
I graduated from Providence College with my Undergraduate degree and Northeastern University with my Master’s
degree. I live in New Hampshire with my husband, two teenage
daughters, Gretzky our dog and our two cats, Rain and Bow
Julia has worked at Green Street School for 10 years. She earned her bachelors of biology degree from Bard College, and her bachelors and masters degrees in nursing from Pace University.
Prior to becoming a school nurse, Julia had experience as a nurse in the following settings: hospital, family medical practice, college health office, college of nursing instruction and administration, and home care/visiting nurse.
In addition to her work, Julia enjoys sewing, knitting, making pottery, gardening, riding her motorcycle, and nature.
Erica has been the HCRS clinician at Green Street School since 2015. She provides outpatient mental health services including individual counseling, family services, and community support for students in our school. She is a Licensed Clinical Mental Health Counselor in Vermont and New Hampshire.
Erica has experience treating a variety of issues including anxiety, depression, trauma-related issues, adjustment disorders, general social skills challenges, and challenges related to autism spectrum disorders.
Erica graduated with her BA degree in Human Development from SUNY Oswego, and received her MA in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from Antioch University New England in 2013.
She lives in New Hampshire with her dog, Scout. In her free time
Erica enjoys hiking, reading, and cooking.