Middle School Counseling
Emotional dysregulation means that an emotional response does not fall within the conventionally accepted range of emotive responses. In other words, your kid is literally losing their S*&# because you gave them the wrong pair of socks today. #SelfRegulation #CopingSkillsForKids #BehaviorManagement #Autism #ADHD #SpecialNeeds #Parenting
Help students use positive self-talk as a coping strategy to self-regulate. This self-regulation group helps students use self-regulation to manage their emotions. Students will learn which feelings and actions are associated with each zone and will learn strategies on how to regulate their emotions. #brightfuturescounseling #elementaryschoolcounseling #elementaryschoolcounselor #schoolcounseling #selfregulation #zonesofregulation
This is a worksheet that provides 50 different coping strategies for students to try. I usually provide students with the list and then use a highlighter to highlight the different coping skills that a student is willing to try and may find helpful. I also like to discuss where/when each coping skills would be appropriate to use.
Executive functioning supports and interventions for kids and young adults who struggle with task initiation. These kids and teens might struggle to get started and appear as avoiding work when they actually lack the skills to get themselves going! Supports, interventions, and strategies for educators in the classroom and parents at home to help elementary, middle, and high school students find success. #executivefunctioning #adhd #pathway2success
This is a complete 6 week outline for a small group counseling intervention focusing on friendship issues with girls. Topics explored include popularity, gossip, and conflict resolution. Includes sample group contract, worksheets for group members, scenarios for role play and a resource list for parents and students.
Looking for fun empathy activities for kids to teach children about kindness and compassion, and help them understand the feelings of others? We’ve rounded up 19 empathy activities for children to help teachers with their lessons plans in the classroom and parents and caregivers at home. We’ve even included 100 random acts of kindness, which includes some pretty fun and impressive ideas!