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February 20, 2019

3 Powerful Reasons for Teaching Mindfulness

Powerful Reasons for Teaching Mindfulness to Kids

What is mindfulness? Simply put, it’s the ability to pay attention to the present moment, without any judgment. Although it may seem like a simple task, it’s actually getting harder and harder to practice in our digital world.  We used to get bored waiting in line, so we would sit and enjoy a simple moment. We might smile […]

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August 16, 2017

5 Ways to Use Lunch Bags in Counseling and Therapy

school counseling crafts: lunch bags.

Following the positive response of “Five Ways To Use Tissue Boxes in Counseling,” I wanted to share additional ways I use crafts in my therapy practice. Because brown lunch bags are inexpensive, easily accessible, and inspire creativity, they have been my go to for child play therapy.  I have narrowed down my list of therapeutic […]

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September 16, 2016

September Blog Run Down

School Counseling Blog Posts

Blog Posts for School Counselors From all reaches of the interwebs and school counseling offices large and closet-sized, our round-up of September Blog posts from some brilliant, confident, gorgeous counselors, teachers, and parents. New Students & Small Groups How to Welcome New Students from Exploring School Counseling. Jeannie has a simple free activity that you can […]

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