The Responsive Counselor

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These Restorative Practices/Restorative Justice behavior and choices reflection sheets are for students to use when they have broken a rule/failed to meet a school expectation. It is particularly powerful when someone else was harmed due to their
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Rules. Expectations. Whatever you call them, some of your students are going to have trouble understanding their importance and the reasoning behind them. This lesson works solo or as a companion to Julia Cook’s ‘That Rule Doesn’t Apply to Me!’ to
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Teaching students classroom coping skills is key to helping them learn how to self-regulate so their brains can go back to learning! This resource is a lesson plan on coping with strong feelings in the classroom and is also an excellent way to
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Jory John’s “The Bad Seed” is an awesome story with several themes that make it great for whole group, small group, and individual counseling. This resource is a set of activities that companion wonderfully with the book, for any topic you want to
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Stand in My Shoes by Bob Sornson is a great book for introducing the concept of empathy to children; one of the most important social emotional learning skills. This resource is a companion lesson plan for the story. Students engage in cooperative
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Conflict resolution is always an important skill for students to learn, practice, and review. This pirate themed escape room is an engaging lesson that works with small groups or whole classes. Students complete four challenges to convince the
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Don’t we all want out students to be more kind? This resource is a set of Morning Meeting plans for an entire week of kindness, plus secret kindness missions. These interactive and worksheet-free activities are perfect for beginning of the year
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Trudy Ludwig’s “The Invisible Boy" is the perfect story for developing empathy and inclusion with students. This upper elementary lesson plan is a companion to the book and helps kids delve deeper into the meaning of inclusion and how to make sure
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Ellen Javernick's What If Everybody Said That? is an excellent read aloud for introducing students to the power of their words. This set of companion activities is great for students to continue making the connection between their words and their
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Who doesn't want their students to be kind?! This product is a set of "I Have, Who Has" activity cards. They are perfect for beginning of the year classroom culture development, Random Acts of Kindness week, or any time students need a boost in kind
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Who doesn't want their students to be kind?! This product is a set of 30 kindness discussion question task cards. They are perfect for beginning of the year classroom culture development, Random Acts of Kindness week, or any time students need a
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A collection of mini anchor charts to help develop classroom culture and community and/or to be used by school counselors. I bring these to classrooms with me for lessons as visuals, then offer to make and laminate copies for the teachers if they
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Restorative practices can be incredibly powerful in developing a positive classroom culture and community, but it can be difficult for faculty and staff to remember the script. Additionally, scripts provided at restorative justice trainings are
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TEACHING EXPERIENCE

I started my career as a school-based therapist and I now work as an elementary school counselor, focusing on the upper grades.

MY TEACHING STYLE

My classroom lessons and small groups are generally skills-based and I try to incorporate movement and applied practice into each lesson. I am NOT a word search kind of counselor and I only use worksheets when they are truly the best option! My individual work is often cognitive-behavioral, I use a lot of non-therapeutic board games, and I love using my rice tray. My population is diverse (in lots of ways) and I'm grateful to work with so many wonderful kiddos and families

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MY OWN EDUCATIONAL HISTORY

BA in Psychology, Anthropology, Health Studies MS in Community, Research, and Action MEd Human Development Counseling

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