Social Emotional Workshop

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A cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) game for small group counseling or individual counseling working on understanding feelings and emotions, negative thoughts, coping skills, and perspective taking. The Helper Squad is a set of engaging characters
$7.00
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Three cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) games for small group counseling designed to teach elementary students key cognitive behavioral skill such as identifying triggers, negative thoughts, helpful coping skills, and the impact of their behavior.
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Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) can be an incredibly effective tool in school settings. It is skill based, short term, and problem specific. These CBT Maps are great for helping kids practice the skills taught in counseling sessions through a
$6.00
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A cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) game for small groups focused on anxiety and teaching cognitive behavioral skills. This games teaches elementary students key cognitive behavioral skill such as identifying triggers, negative thoughts, helpful
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The Coping Captain Strategies Workbook is for students in grades K-4 that would benefit from emotional regulation: practice identifying coping skills, when to use them, and how to use them. The workbook focuses on using an ocean theme with a Captain
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An engaging group game that helps students determine how they would feel in a situation and determine how others would feel. Perfect to discuss how people feel different emotions in the same situation. Great addition to small counseling groups
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A cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) game for small groups focused on anger management, coping with strong feelings, and teaching cognitive behavioral strategies. This games teachers elementary students key cognitive behavioral skill such as
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These counseling activities are for counselors, psychologists, and social workers working with students in grades 1-4 that need practice identifying thought errors, how to spot them, and ways to use realistic (Just Right) thinking. The workbook
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This Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) resource for perspective taking and empathy is perfect for individual counseling and small group counseling lessons with elementary students. Work on helping students understand the impact of their actions,
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Emotion Expert Game where students collect puzzle pieces by answering different types of questions about feelings. Questions include times they felt a certain way, recognizing how someone feels based on how they look, how certain emotions sound, and
$2.00
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The Chief Emotion Officer Workbook is for students in grades 1-4 that would benefit from practice identifying emotions in themselves and others, recognize how certain situations make them feel, understand how emotions change, and the way their body
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The Chief Emotion Officer’s Feelings Activities are for students in grades 1-4 that would benefit from practice identifying emotions in themselves and others, recognize how certain situations make them feel, understand how emotions change, and the
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As a practitioner, I found it challenging to find Cognitive Behavioral Therapy materials that were engaging for younger students and also concrete enough for them to engage in problem solving using the skills they were taught. Changing a negative
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A simple group game focused on providing students with opportunities to think about and describe a time they felt a certain way. They can focus on collecting all the emotions. This can be a good opportunity to also incorporate that different people
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TEACHING EXPERIENCE

I have spent the last 10 years as a school psychologist, special education director, and camp director for special needs kiddos. I have worked in public schools around Boston and charter schools in the South Bronx, New York.

MY TEACHING STYLE

I think it is essential to educate the whole child. To give kids the reason why they are learning something. Focus on developing relationships and cultivating mutual respect with clear boundaries. I think you have to give children lots of exposure and repetitions with material and an opportunity to interact with information in different ways. I think you have to break things down and understand where confusion comes from. I believe in using data efficiently and effectively to tailor instruction and support as much as possible.

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MY OWN EDUCATIONAL HISTORY

I grew up in Northern New Jersey attending public schools, and working with children as soon as I was old enough. I went to University of Maryland and found myself torn between education and psychology. After 4 years and a lot of time in classrooms and research labs, I found school psychology and it seemed to be the perfect fit. I moved up to Boston and went to Tufts University for graduate school.

ADDITIONAL BIOGRAPHICAL INFORMATION

I lucked into a school psychologist position in Concord, Massachusetts where I got to really develop my role and work with some incredibly talented general and special education staff. I also had the opportunity to run a summer camp for children with Autism at Massachusetts General Hospital, developing resources, working with kids, and developing staff. After 5 years, the New York area was calling me home, and I landed a job at a charter school in the South Bronx. It was the area I always wanted to work in, and again I was given the leeway to develop my role. I eventually moved into being their special education director as they expanded into multiple schools. Currently, I am creating resources and working schools to improve social and emotional learning and supporting students with special needs.

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