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Microsoft (don’t worry, I am still a Mac Girl) has a program called Sway. It is included in Office 365, so you may already have it. If you are a student at UWA, Office 365 is free to you to … Continue reading
Join Dr. Moon as she discusses starting off as a school counseling intern. The info is also pertinent for current interns too!
Join Dr. Moon as she covers some of the common issues facing school counselors today. Here is the PowerPoint as a PDF to follow along!
Meet Jenny Carson, a new school counselor. She has agreed to be interviewed over the course of the year, sharing with us all her new experiences along the way.
Here are some tips & ideas for interviews: Let them know how passionate you are about counseling. Tell them that one of your weaknesses might be planning a comprehensive program, but that you are up to the challenge with the … Continue reading
Listen to Dr. Moon talk about how she became a school counselor.
I think that all counselors MUST have an outlet that honors their spirit. Counselors must remember to take time for themselves. I honor myself by taking photographs. I like the idea of being able to capture a moment of time, … Continue reading
My grandmother was a third grade teacher. This was way back in the day when teachers were respected by both parents & students. Mrs. McCain ran a tight ship. As you can see by her yearbook photo, she does NOT … Continue reading
One of my students asked me: Our school system is requiring all teachers to complete a minimum of one lesson concerning suicide with our students. Our counselor went through some basic information with us in about 10 minutes at a … Continue reading
This lesson focuses on talking. Students will make a pocket book that will teach them how to react in uncomfortable situations!