Product Number : 2209
This book, written by Diane Senn, Ed.S., provides activities that can be used as part of a school counseling program, can be used by other school personnel or by any helping professional with the intent to help children maximize their potential in the areas of living (personal/social development), learning (academic development), and working (career development). The activities can be utilized in class lessons, with individuals, in small group counseling, and in some cases can be shared through school-wide programs. The activities are divided into the three domains of our ASCA (American School Counselor Association) National Standards for Students:
Activities for LIVING (personal/social development)
Activities for LEARNING (academic development)
Test Taking Tips
Activities for THE WORLD OF WORK (career development)
Career Awareness (exploring the 16 Career Clusters)
Help students and adults combat bullying and reduce feelings of isolation and despair Can be used in conjunction with other Rachel's Challenge activities For 2-5 players Grades: 3-12 Rachel's Challenge...
Helps teach children how to manage their anger Using two internal dialogue techniques kids can stop anger in its tracks For 2 to 4 players Stop That Angry Thoughtby Max...
One of the most popular tools used in child psychotherapy The questions and directions in each set of cards include items that are not anxiety provoking to items that are...
Help impulsive children think before they act Can be used as a diagnostic and a treatment tool Applicable in either home or classroom settings Ages: 6-12 Created by Becky Bridges,...