Category Archives: Counseling Insights
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.
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
This lesson focuses on talking. Students will make a pocket book that will teach them how to react in uncomfortable situations!
Most adults shy away from talking about issues regarding race, ethnicity, and religion. This is because they don’t know what to say, afraid to cause “a stir”, or feel as if they are alone in discussing these issues. Students need … Continue reading
Due to recent political events, school counselors are in an unusual position. We are the heart of the school, and it is up to us to educate both our faculty and students on proper behavior. Talking about what is happening … Continue reading