We would love to you collaborate with us. We are love to work with professionals that have expertise and valuable information to provide to school counselors, social workers, and psychologists
Why Guest Post with Us
- We are a collaborative network of school counselors, school psychologists, and school social workers who love to share and promote each other's work.
- We share posts on our social media channels.
- We consider guest bloggers for more permanent contributor roles on the site.
Who Reads Confident Counselors
Our audience is mostly school-based professionals looking for anything that makes their counseling lives easier. Our readers are looking for easy activities, ways to organize their ever-changing schedules, or how to handle tough conversations.
We edit guest posts lightly to make sure it is easy to read and searchable. We want people to find and read your content.
There are a few guidelines that make for a successful post on our site.
- We try to live up to our name - so our posts have a confident tone. We are confident in our expertise and the unique skills we have in a school. We have also been in our readers' shoes, so our confidence comes with a hefty dose of humility and kindness. All our posts are shooting for this balance.
- Posts must be useful to school mental health staff in PreK-12. This includes not only digestible strategies, but ensuring that those strategies are based in best practices and current research.
- You are welcome to mention or link to a resource if it is relevant to your topic, but our readers should be able to gain value from your post without having to buy something.
- Word Count between 700-1500 words is ideal.
- Your post must be written for Confident Counselors and not published elsewhere.
- Submit 2 -3 photos that enhance your post, such as photos of a resource or project.
The list is endless
- Growth mindset in counseling
- Strategies to support students with anxiety (eg., test anxiety, separation anxiety, social anxiety)
- Helping students with a recent loss
- Running divorce groups in middle school
- Self-control strategies for younger students
- Executive function strategies and organizational hacks for middle schoolers
- Supporting students in exploring career paths
- Incorporating self-regulation in individual counseling
- 5 ways to use (common supply) in counseling
- Like we said, the list is endless ...