Phone: 803-641-2580


Degrees and Certifications:

M.Ed School Counseling

Meet The Counselors

Chasity McDaniel

I am married and have two daughters.  I have a M.Ed in School Counseling from Augusta State University and a B.I.S from the University of South Carolina at Aiken.  I believe every child has the potential to be successful in every area of life when given the tools and support.  This summer, I plan to relax with my family and prepare for another wonderful at Millbrook. 


Betty Dix

I am excited to be a counselor at Chukker Creek and Millbrook Elementary. This is my first year in Education and I look forward to serving all grade levels to provide students with classroom guidance, individual/group counseling and assist with increasing their personal, social and academic skills. I have a MS in Counseling and Psychology and Certificate School Counseling.

Counseling Program

The Millbrook school counseling program consists of a variety of character-education related services and activities focused on equipping students with personal, social, and academic skills, and an exploration of careers.  These services include virtual and in-person individual and group counseling, as well as classroom guidance.  During the course of the year, your child will receive lessons on the following topics:

Academic and Study Skills​

Anti-bullying and Empathy​

Career Development​

Friendship-Conflict Resolution​

​Growth Mindset​

Personal Body Safety​

Self Esteem​

Self Regulation​


*Growing Up (4th girls & 5th Grade only)

To support our students’ social emotional needs and mental health, we are using a video-based social emotional learning (SEL) curriculum from Move This World. We're excited to share that you’ll be able to access this helpful curriculum at home, too! 

Social emotional learning is how students learn to process and manage emotions as well as important social skills. It includes everything from goal setting to stress management, and it provides both children and adults with tools they can use to express themselves authentically and safely. SEL helps students build healthy relationships, communicate effectively, and live a meaningful life.

Below, you’ll find log in instructions: 



Your child will be participating in the school counseling program on a regular basis.  If you have questions about the counseling program or would like your child to receive individual counseling services, please contact Mrs. McDaniel at (803)-641-2580 Ext. 4; or Betty Dix at (803-) 641-2474 Ext. 25011 or