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Social skills lessons for older middle and high school kids focused on perspective-taking and empathy. Being able to have empathy for others is one of the foundational social skills that young adults need for success! These are 10 lessons with over 40 activities for kids to complete. Great for advisory periods, social groups, and more.
Basic social skills kids and teens need, along with several activities for how to teach them! Use these free ideas to help students improve skills for listening, taking turns, working with others, understanding personal space, being a good sport, and more. Also includes a link to additional social skills lessons for elementary, middle, and high school age learners. #socialskills #pathway2success
Working with older students in speech therapy and counseling can be challenging! Here an easy, fun therapy idea for middle school and teen students to target emotions and feelings. There are even links to free worksheets to help students identify and express their emotions! #emotions #socialskills
Use coping cards to help you manage anxiety, depression, anger, and other overwhelming emotions. Coping cards can prompt you to think in more helpful ways and remind you to use healthy coping strategies. READ FULL BLOG POST FOR MORE INFORMATION AND A FREE DOWNLOAD: www.philacounseling.com/blog/coping-cards
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The counselor's time is always in demand but there are so many hours in the day. How can you cope with all the demands without sacrificing your program (or your sanity)? I've already shared how to use your calendar as a productivity tool. Today, we are going to look into the annual and weekly calendar components of the ASCA National Model. Check out my video tutorial.