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Meet the ICS Counseling Staff

The School Counseling Department is happy to be available to meet our students and parents academic, social, and emotional needs. We offer a range of services to students and parents alike. As you browse through our department information, feel free to contact us with questions or concerns.

Jamie VanDyck   High School Counselor (A-L)

Jamie VanDyck
High School Counselor (A-L)

Jamie was born and raised near Toronto Ontario Canada but has also taken up residence in Fresno California (US), Clearbrook British Columbia (CA), Denver Colorado (US), Taejon South Korea, Chiang Mai and now Bangkok Thailand. Jamie holds Masters of Architecture, Planning, and Technology (ABD) degrees in addition to a Masters of Education with specialization in School Counseling. He is excited to bring varied skills to the ICS School Counseling department and appreciates the privilege to use what God has shown him while living in varied cultures to further help ICS students work toward their personal educational and career goals.

Kristine Yim   High School Counselor (M-Z)

Kristine Yim
High School Counselor (M-Z)

Kristine holds a Bachelor's of Arts degree in English from Columbia University, Barnard College and a Master's of Arts degree in School Counseling from The George Washington University.  She has previous teaching and counseling experiences in New York, Virginia, and Maryland public schools.  She is passionate about assisting students with their academic, social, and emotional needs and helping them to develop problem solving skills.  Her experiences include providing individual and group counseling, career exploration, and college preparation.

Jennifer Lembright   College and Career Counselor

Jennifer Lembright
College and Career Counselor

Jennifer holds a Bachelor’s of Arts degree in Business and Marketing from Taylor University and a Master’s of Science degree in Education from The University of Tennessee. She has experience teaching, training and working in college admissions in Indiana, Tennessee and Michigan, and also while living abroad in India, Malaysia and Thailand. Jennifer is excited to be back in the High School environment and for the opportunity to work alongside ICS students and their families as they navigate careers and the college admissions process.

Susanna Wong   Middle School Counselor

Susanna Wong
Middle School Counselor

Susanna holds a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology as well as a Master's of Education in Counseling. She grew up in Hong Kong and Thailand before moving to the United States for college and graduate school, so she has a heart for Third Culture Kids and appreciates the difficulty of transitions. Susanna's goal is to encourage and assist Middle School students in growing academically, personally and socially through individual and group guidance and counseling.

Stephanie Williams   Elementary School Counselor

Stephanie Williams
Elementary School Counselor

Stephanie is a graduate of Georgia Southern University where she earned a Bachelor of Arts in English and a Master of Education with a specialization in school counseling. Before joining the ICS community, she taught ESL in Seoul, South Korea. She looks forward to creating relationships with the wonderful students and staff of ICS and to this exciting new beginning as a school counselor. Stephanie loves people, highly values education, and aspires as a counselor to support the academic, personal/social, and career development of students through classroom, group, and individual counseling.

Kathereeya Robertson   Counseling Department Secretary

Kathereeya Robertson
Counseling Department Secretary

Kathereeya graduated with a BA in Political Science from Thammasat University and Master's degree in English for Professional Development from NIDA. Her previous job was with an International Humanitarian Relief and Development Organization, which gave her the opportunity to visit and work in a cross-cultural environment and serve needy people in underdeveloped countries. She believes that these valued experiences have helped her to have a service-minded attitude and to obtain the skills to serve people in need. She applies these characteristics to provide better service to the students, parents and ICS community as the Student Services Secretary.