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13 Reasons Why: A Teacher Handout for Reaching Out to At-Risk Students

13 Reasons Why: A Teacher Handout for Reaching Out to At-Risk Students
13 Reasons Why: A Teacher Handout for Reaching Out to At-Risk Students
13 Reasons Why: A Teacher Handout for Reaching Out to At-Risk Students
13 Reasons Why: A Teacher Handout for Reaching Out to At-Risk Students
13 Reasons Why: A Teacher Handout for Reaching Out to At-Risk Students
13 Reasons Why: A Teacher Handout for Reaching Out to At-Risk Students
13 Reasons Why: A Teacher Handout for Reaching Out to At-Risk Students
13 Reasons Why: A Teacher Handout for Reaching Out to At-Risk Students
Product Description
***Sensitive topics including suicide.***

Are your students obsessed with "13 Reasons Why?"

“Thirteen Reasons Why,” a 2007 novel by Jay Asher about teenage mental health & suicide, was adapted into a 13 part series by Netflix. First released on March 31, 2017, the Netflix adaptation of “Thirteen Reasons Why” was immediately popular with teens and young adults. It’s easy to see why—with themes of bullying & cyberbullying, abuse & neglect, sexual assault, cliques & loneliness, mental health, self-injury, and suicide, “Thirteen Reasons Why” provided a voice and a mirror for a very real, very difficult, and often very dark, parts of teenage life that tend to lack substantial rhetoric. From the immediate popularity of this show it’s apparent these topics need discussed more often and more fully by caring, competent adults like teachers and school counselors.

This download includes a double sided trauma informed high school teacher's guide to reaching out to at-risk students, including...

♥ Strategies for building rapport,

♥ Strategies for listening and conveying that we're listening,

♥ Being consistent,

♥ Being available to students,

♥ Admitting we don't have all the answers, and

♥ Referring to additional resources as appropriate.

This download strives to provide resources to initiate and assist with such discussions, and is part of a growing bundle.

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Need more resources about mental health and suicide? Here's a ready made classroom lesson on neurobiology that's sure to make an impact: Real Talk on Emotional Health & Suicide: A HS Guidance Lesson.

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Follow Whimsy in School Counseling on Facebook for a little social emotional serendipity to liven up your day. :)
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7 pages
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