Co-ed junior boarding and day school for students in pre-kindergarten through grade nine

Health Center

Our cheerful nursing staff provides supportive, clinical care for students in our Health Center. Our physician typically holds clinic on Monday and Thursday to see students for health issues.

In addition to offering a mother’s touch while treating minor ailments, our highly skilled nurses also provide immediate care for emergencies. Students going off campus for emergency treatment at nearby Sharon Hospital are always accompanied by an adult chaperone.
Indian Mountain School’s Health Center is typically staffed with at least one registered nurse as follows:
Monday to Friday: 7:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
Saturday: 8:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m.

Nursing staff also cover athletic events and are on call for emergencies during closed hours. The school’s physician is available continuously both to the nurses and to the Administrator on Duty for guidance with student emergencies.
You may contact the Health Center by the following methods:

Telephone: (860) 435-0871 ext.120
Fax: (860) 435-9382

Counseling Department

Seeking support and knowing how to advocate for yourself and others is something we teach our students at IMS. We create a safe, caring, supportive community filled with a variety of people who provide assistance to our students at various times throughout their development.

IMS offers counseling support to students or groups of students as needed. There are two counselors as part of the full-time faculty who have offices on campus and are available to work with students throughout the day and at various times during the evening. This provides a setting for students to discuss private information in a confidential setting. Our goal is to help students manage their lives and make meaningful and productive choices.

Given the demands of the student body, weekly in-school counseling/therapy is offered to boarding students only and is not billed to the parents. If it is determined that a day student needs ongoing weekly counseling, the counselors will help families find appropriate local resources in the community that can support that student. There may be circumstances as well when a boarding student would benefit from a therapist outside of the school. In these instances, parents will be billed directly by the therapist. The counselors can serve as a school liaison for the parents and the local therapist if necessary.

Our Counselors

List of 3 members.

  • Photo of Lauren Frankenbach

    Lauren Frankenbach 

    Director of Student Health and Wellness
    860-435-0871 x136
    St. Lawrence University - B.S.
    University of Connecticut - M.S.W.
  • Photo of Eleanor Bradley

    Eleanor Bradley 

    School Counselor
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    Trinity College - B.A.
    Smith College - M.S.W.
  • Photo of Elizabeth Skoglund

    Elizabeth Skoglund 

    School Counselor
    Middlebury College - B.A.
    University of Pennsylvania - M.S.Ed.

Health Center Staff

List of 4 members.

  • Photo of Amy Tocco

    Amy Tocco 

    School Physician
    Wright State University School of Medicine - M.D.
  • Photo of Donna Rubin

    Donna Rubin 

    Health Center Nurse
    860-435-0871 x120
    Mattatuck Community College - A.S.
  • Photo of Erin Ohler

    Erin Ohler 

    Director of Nursing and Medical Care
    860-435-0871 x120
    Hartwick College - R.N., B.S.N.
  • Photo of Dawn Posey

    Dawn Posey 

    Assistant Director of Nursing and Medical Care
    860-435-0871 x120
    University of Massachusetts - B.S.
    Berkshire Community College - A.S.