Middle School Counseling

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This is friendship activity for middle school and upper elementary counseling and relationship building. Students learn the difference between true friends and toxic friendships. There is a reading and scenarios for students to determine if the friendships are true or toxic. Reading, Ideas, Primary School Counselling, Counselling Activities, Middle School Counseling Lessons, Group Counseling Activities, Middle School Counseling, Social Emotional Learning Middle School, Elementary Counseling

This is friendship activity for middle school and upper elementary counseling and relationship building. Students learn the difference between true friends and toxic friendships. There is a reading and scenarios for students to determine if the friendships are true or toxic.

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Relational aggression is a frequent issue for young girls and the school counselors that work with them. Teaching girls to handle conflicts, communicate effectively, and evaluate the kind of friend they are essential skills. Confident Counselors give some suggestions and resources for working on these skills.

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Jessica Quaintance
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One of my biggest strengths (and weaknesses) is that I’m outspoken. There’s not much in the realm of school counseling that I don’t have a strong opinion about. That means there’s some things that are commonplace among other counselors that I don’t do – because they just aren’t in the best interest of my students. […]

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Pre K, Mindfulness, Counselling Activities, Elementary Counseling, Counseling Lessons, Social Emotional Learning Middle School, Social Skills Lessons, Elementary Guidance Lessons, Social Skills Activities

Social Emotional Learning (SEL) has been found to promote academic success and increase students' commitment to school. Generally, there are five key components that make up social emotional learning. These competencies include self-awareness, self-management, social awareness, relationship skills, and decision making. Today, I'd like to focus on ways to help students develop self-awareness. Self-awareness includes one's ability to recognize emotions, have an accurate self-perception…

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Jennifer Cannon Nichols
Kids of all ages love playing games! School counseling games are no different! Kids of all ages seem to enjoy a game one-on-one or even if it’s skill’s based. I like to incorporate games into my small groups, individual and classroom lessons. Over the years, I have accumulated quite a big selection and I wanted to take some time to share a few of my favorites! Action, Kids, Character, Msw, Wanted, Passion, Game, Foodie, Playing Games

Kids of all ages love playing games! School counseling games are no different! Kids of all ages seem to enjoy a game one-on-one or even if it’s skill’s based. I like to incorporate games into my small groups, individual and classroom lessons. Over the years, I have accumulated quite a big selection and I wanted to take some time to share a few of my favorites!

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