Do you have a school counselor library? Children’s books can be so helpful to explain abstract or challenging concepts. Students connect with the characters and remember the message of the
When the Back to School season arrives, it really arrives. Whether you are a newbie or a seasoned school counselor, the allure of new counseling resources is difficult to resist.
We love using kindness books in classroom lessons and in counseling sessions. We asked Laura from The Pawsitive School Counselor and Carol Miller, The Middle School Counselor to share their
The excitement of getting your first school counseling job is immense. You jump for joy and begin to think, “now I need to go buy all of the things!” Then
A book is a dream you hold in your hands. – Neil Gaiman I love this quote because it really does capture the power of books. Books allow us
Do you have something in your office you can’t live without? I don’t mean the drawer of candy. I mean those items that would make you feel less than confident
Environment matters. From the office walls to your desktop, what you put in your school counseling office sets the tone for your relationship with your students. How do you make
Check back every Friday or on Facebook to see what we found this week. NPR Article – Sixth Grade is Tough; It Helps to be ‘Top Dog’ Do your students love