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Kristen Edmonston



Thank you for visiting my page.  I have the honor and privilege of being the Wellness Coordinator at Lincoln High School.  I started at Lincoln in the Spring of 2014 and I have worked in various schools in SFUSD since 2001.  I am a Licensed Clinical Social Worker.  I am here to help support our students' mental and emotional well being so that they can be successful at school.  I have a fantastic team who helps me with this mission!  We are also here to help parents, teachers, and staff with the challenges (and rewards) of raising and working with adolescents.  Please feel free to get in touch with us at the Wellness Center with any questions.  

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Attention Students

If you need someone to talk to about the pressures of being a teen, sadness, drugs, sex....really anything! The Wellness Center can help.  We offer a safe and confidential space for you to talk to a trusted counselor.

Attention Parents

Do you have questions about "normal" adolescent development?  Do you need guidance with how to set limits/talk to your teenager/deal with social media?  We are here to help!

Attention Teachers

Would you like support on understanding mental health and the impact on adolescent behavior?  Would you like to consult on issues related to teenage development?  We are here to help!


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Contact the Wellness Coordinator

415-242-2574 (confidential voicemail)

For any psychological or medical emergencies, please call 911



Celebrate National Foster Care Awareness Day – Go Blue for Foster Youth on Tuesday, May 2!!


Wear blue, Millions of people will “go blue”, to stand in solidarity with those who have been impacted by foster care and show their support for the 402,000 youth in foster care in the United States. Use the #GoBlueDay on social media.


Support a Foster Youth, Are you interested in becoming a foster or adoptive parent, mentor, or care provider?

For more information, contact Alexis King-Gallman at or by phone at 415-242-2615 x3061 


Thank you for supporting our foster youth!!


The purpose of this letter is to inform you, adults at home, that your teenager may be raising conversations about topics covered in a popular Netflix series called 13 Reasons Why. 


The show is based on a novel where a teenage girl dies by suicide.  A number of students have stated they have watched the series, and want to discuss the issues of bullying, suicide, and social media.  Wellness staff are engaging students and having discussions at school regarding these issues.  


CommonSense Media, which partners with SFUSD to educate students and parents about media, suggests that the film age range is 16 years and above.  Here is the link to a description of the show and reviews from parents if you are interested along with suggestion ideas for discussions at home.


Also, below is a link to an excellent resource from the National Association of School Psychologists for educators, parents, and students.


If concerns arise at home and you would like to consult with Wellness staff, please feel free to contact Kristen Edmonston at 415-242-2574