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Elementary Counseling

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Perfect anger management strategy activity to teach students strategies while keeping it fun! They'll remember this quick activity all year long!

Description Perfect anger management strategy activity to teach students strategies while keeping it fun! They'll remember this quick activity all year long!

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Wondering what to say to a kid who is worried? Try these phrases to empower kids to talk about their feelings and tune in to their bodies! These phrases help kids who worry and help kids manage worries with supportive language and bonds.

Wondering what to say to a kid who is worried? Try these phrases to empower kids to talk about their feelings and tune in to their bodies! These phrases help kids who worry and help kids manage worries with supportive language and bonds.

Teachers, School Counselors & Parents! This free Social Emotional Learning (SEL) Growth Mindset Poster reminds us of pro-active steps to take when we make a mistake. Use this in your counseling office, classroom, or at home.

Teachers, School Counselors & Parents! This free Social Emotional Learning (SEL) Growth Mindset Poster reminds us of pro-active steps to take when we make a mistake. Use this in your counseling office, classroom, or at home.

Who Would You Tell? Free coloring page to talk about body safety with kids and creating a circle of trusted adults that a child could talk to, if they ever need help.

Who Would You Tell? Free coloring page to talk about body safety with kids and creating a circle of trusted adults that a child could talk to, if they ever need help.

Recognizing what is in our control helps young (and older!) people cultivate a strong internal locus of control and sense of self-efficacy, which are important building blocks for self-esteem, compassion towards self and others, having a growth mindset, and creating plans to work towards goals, hopes, and dreams. Plus, when we can identify what really is in our control, we can focus our energy on that to create change, as compared to wasting our energy on things that is out of our power.

Recognizing what is in our control helps young (and older!) people cultivate a strong internal locus of control and sense of self-efficacy, which are important building blocks for self-esteem, compassion towards self and others, having a growth mindset, and creating plans to work towards goals, hopes, and dreams. Plus, when we can identify what really is in our control, we can focus our energy on that to create change, as compared to wasting our energy on things that is out of our power.

As the school psychologist, social worker, or counselor you see lots of students throughout the year. You have students that need check-ins or support outside of their normal counseling session or you have students you used to see for counseling who may s

As the school psychologist, social worker, or counselor you see lots of students throughout the year. You have students that need check-ins or support outside of their normal counseling session or you have students you used to see for counseling who may s

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