A guided lesson that would be ideal for secondary schools that offer pre-college psychology. There were several factors that made this program successful. First it remained a small program in terms of the number of counselors, staff and cooperating teachers. Secondly, there was either a teacher or s
THIS ARTICLE DISCUSES THE IMPORTANCE OF EMOTIONAL INTELLIGENCE AND ITS DEVELOPMENT IN OUR CHILDREN. IT TEACHES OF A METHOD OUR CHILDREN CAN BE TAUGHT TO CONTROL THEIR EMOTION. IT FINALLY DISCUSSES THE BENEFITS EMOTIONAL INTELLIGENCE HAS ON OUR CHILDREN.
Today’s world is 24/7, wired and always on and often cycling between upgrading and reorganizing--if not outsourcing and downsizing. And as company mantras become “do more with less,” it’s no surprise that more and more people are struggling with job stress and burnout. Have no fear...the Stress Doc
A poetic segment from The Stress Doc's Resiliency Rap: The Wit and Wisdom of "The Shrink Rapper" ™.
A Stress Doc "poetic essay" on the therapeutic and creative impact of head and heart writing. A great psychological or "Emotional Intelligence" resource for Stress Management along with Loss, Chang
I had to cite the APA standards in my lesson or unit plans often. But when I went to the APA website, I found it to be confusing and not teacher-friendly. So I took some time and organized the standards into a table. It sounds like the APA is renewing the standards fairly soon, but this could be