Looking for some ideas to do with your students during therapy dog sessions? Here is a great resource for school counselors, school social workers, or school psychologists.
This resource guide includes: a permission form, tips for meeting a new
This dynamic lesson is a great way to assist older elementary students to develop more coping skills. It can easily be divided into two lessons. Students will really enjoy trying some of these out of the box techniques, many of which are research
Looking for a fun activity to use when kicking off a lunch bunch group? My lunch bunch place mat is meant to be completed during the first session of the lunch bunch. Students can fill their plates with their favorite foods, and add in some of
Use this worksheet in individual counseling to help students in grades 3-5 calm down. Especially helpful to use when someone is anxious and is unsure whether they are sick or upset. Can also be used by classroom teachers.
This brief activity can be used at the start of a counseling session with a young student who is having trouble verbalizing their feelings. Or it could be used by a classroom teacher in a cool down center.
Looking for a creative way to promote kindness in your classroom or small group this winter? Then consider trying this gingerbread man themed kindness bouquet. (Ideally for grades 2-5.) The document includes: instructions for students and
School support personnel are constantly putting out fires and are often the first professionals to speak with parents and families experiencing acute trama/stressors in their lives. This document is meant to be used in individual counseling with
Looking for a way to inspire your students to think less of themselves and more others. This poster pack comes with 10 color posters. (5 with a colored background, and 5 with a white background) Since the topic is a bit hard to convey to young