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Discover a variety of engaging and fun activities for counselors to enhance your sessions. These activities will help build rapport with your clients and create a positive therapeutic environment.
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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 counseling curriculum map for K-5th grade with 16 social-emotional learning lesson ideas listed for each grade level. Love this but want it EDITABLE? Find that here: School Counseling Curriculum Maps EDITABLE […]

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Emily Schesser
Try my End of School Year Summertime Counseling Activity with your elementary students. My resource supports social emotional learning, and can be used as an individual or group counseling activity. This is a great way to help your students understand the connection between choices and consequences. Individual Counseling Activities Elementary, New Years Counseling Activities, End Of The Year Activities Elementary, End Of School Year Activities, Elementary Counselor, Counseling Crafts, Counselor Activities, Social Work Interventions, Social Work Activities

Try my End of School Year Summertime Counseling Activity with your elementary students. My resource supports social emotional learning, and can be used as an individual or group counseling activity. This is a great way to help your students understand the connection between choices and consequences.

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Pamela Kassner
Brighten up your classroom and your student’s self esteem with this colorful bulletin board and lesson. Counselling Activities, Pre K, Literacy, Primary School Education, Teaching, Elementary Schools, Counseling Activities, Therapy Activities, School Counseling

Hi There! Last week I posted on Facebook about how my team's hallway needed a spring make-over. We were stuck in winter mode and the dark blue butcher paper was starting to depress me. I needed color! I needed funshine... yes... I said FUNSHINE!! This week, I had planned a lesson on self-esteem for my 4th graders. Part of our curriculum is to teach students about tobacco and alcohol resistance. I always start this conversation with lessons on self-esteem and friendships. I started the lesson…

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First Grade Fun Times - Alisa
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One of my biggest strengths (and weaknesses) is that I’m outspoken. There’s not much in the realm of school counseling that I don’t have a strong opinion about. That means there’s some things that are commonplace among other counselors that I don’t do – because they just aren’t in the best interest of my students. […]

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