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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"SHE BULLIED ME!" You know the problem. Your sweet students using the word "bullying" to describe any kind of conflict that results in discomfort or hurt feelings. This lesson helps students to better understand four types of conflict they will
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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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Just doing the work isn’t enough – students need to put forth their best effort to master content, develop a strong work ethic, and get the grades their parents are expecting ;) It doesn’t work to just tell students ‘do your best’ or ‘give your best
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Do some of your students have a problem with stealing? This lesson is an engaging and worksheet-free companion to Julia Cook's Ricky Sticky Fingers. It focuses on thinking through the consequences of stealing (including how it makes others feel) and
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This resource bundles three engaging and interactive time management activities for upper elementary. Check out the preview or individual listings for more details!Includes:• Lesson plan for 60 minute whole class lesson with ASCA standards and CASEL
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This classroom coping skills bundle is a great way to make emotional self-regulation a priority in your classroom, office, and/or school. It includes a centers-based lesson for teaching students how to use the different tools and strategies as well
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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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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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My students all want to spend their time wisely but most of them simply don’t know what that really looks like. With this activity, students work in pairs or small groups to sort 24 different “activities” – (ways students spend their time in class)
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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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Whether you have a "peace corner" or a "calm down corner" or a "cool down spot", these visuals will enhance your students' self-regulation area. They can be put right onto the wall, on a bulletin board, or put on a key ring. Printable calming tools
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Organization is an important skill that our students need to be successful academically, but they don't automatically know what it means to be organized or how to do it. This lesson and activities are an engaging way to do just that! It focuses on
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Time management can be a pretty boring topic for elementary students – make it fun and active with these Task Cards! This product is a set of 30 different discussion question cards all related to time management. Directions for using them in two
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Students love acting and watching each other act! These story scripts make learning about time management more engaging. This product is a set of stories about how three different students spend their time when given an assignment. As the
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Teach your students about responsibility by answering the question “Whose job is it?” about important school related tasks. This lesson plan is an engaging and active way to help develop student responsibility without preaching to the kiddos about
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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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Once my students have really mastered using "talk it out" or I-messages, I encourage positive communication by teaching and practicing reflective listening as a way of responding. I like to give half of my students these sentence stem cards and the
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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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