The Responsive Counselor

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These discussion task cards were created as a companion to Julia Cook’s Making Friends Is an Art to help students identify ways they can be better friends and have more positive peer relationships. Making and keeping friends is a hot topic in most
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Of all of the conflict resolution strategies (or Kelso’s Choices), Talk it Out or I-Messages are my absolute favorite. These puzzles are an engaging way to practice these, especially for our tactile and visual learners! Pre-readers/emerging readers
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This resource teaches students about problem sizes and how to appropriate self-refer for counseling. We use a weather analogy and talk about problems in these categories:• Wind (No biggy, tiny problems!)• Rain (Small problems students can solve
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Hey rockstar counselor! Enjoy this resource FREE in celebration NSCW :-) All elementary students need help learning positive conflict resolution skills and strategies. For lower elementary students, these visual task cards make learning problem
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Teaching learning skills or study skills doesn’t have to be boring – it can be fun! These interactive lessons help develop these skills in elementary students. Bonus? The PowerPoint format means they're very low prep! This bundle is perfect for a
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These activities are so perfection for teaching students about how to think before they speak and use their social filter! Awesome for a classroom lesson plan, small group counseling session, or pragmatics therapy session. *This escape room is
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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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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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One of the first steps in developing empathy is identifying emotions in others. This interactive and engaging lesson plan helps students practice figuring out what feelings other kids have by looking at them and by thinking about different
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It’s easy for students to get distracted at school – students need to be taught how to ignore distractions! This interactive lesson helps students recognize when they’re being distracted and teaches them how to use self-talk to defend against the
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These social emotional learning (SEL) "I Can" statement keep both faculty and students aware of skills to focus on. The mini-posters are helpful visual reminders to adults of what skills to be embedding in their work with students (in academic
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While students don't usually need the concept of tattling vs. reporting completely re-taught, many benefit from a reminder! This resource is the perfect movement-based activity to use with lower elementary students as a review. It includes 30
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Teaching learning skills or study skills doesn’t have to be boring – it can be fun! This interactive lesson helps develop these skills in elementary students. Bonus? The PowerPoint format means it’s NO PREP. *Lesson plan works as a standalone OR as
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Teaching time management doesn’t have to be boring – it can be fun! This interactive lesson helps students learn to use their time wisely in class and stay on task. Use with or without the PowerPoint. *Lesson works as a standalone lesson or as the
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Teaching listening skills doesn’t have to be boring – it can be fun! This interactive lesson helps develop whole body listening in elementary students. Bonus? The PowerPoint format means it’s super LOW PREP. *Lesson plan works as a standalone OR as
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This resource is an engaging and hands on way for children to understand that you can have more than one feeling at the same time - and that sometimes those feelings might even contradict one another! When used with small groups, it also is an
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Quick form to use after individual or group sessions to keep parents in the loop after you've met with their child. Text is fully editable! ********************************************************************* Looking for other individual
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Starting off the year (or even just the quarter!) with your curriculum already mapped out? Huge time saver! This FREEBIE is a yearlong curriculum map for K-4th grade with 20 lesson topics for each grade level, including links to several specific
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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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If you like my resources, visit my blog at www.theresponsivecounselor.com

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