Category Archives: Counseling Insights

Movement Songs & Small Group Therapy

Join Dr. Moon as she discusses: How to keep a kid from hogging small group time. How movement songs can help you with classroom guidance.

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Counseling Case Studies 1

Join Dr. Moon as she cracks 2 tough counseling cases!

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Creating a Counseling Playroom

Join Dr. Moon as she discusses how to set up a playroom.

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Using the Bullet Journal

One of my main problems is keeping my life on track on a daily basis. My brain gets overwhelmed lots of information and I find that I am not productive when this happens. Even though I am entering lots of … Continue reading

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The Awesomeness of SWAY

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

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Common Issues Facing School Counselors

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!

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Interview with a First Year Counselor

  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.

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The Importance of Self Care

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

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Mrs. McCain – 3rd Grade

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

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I Listen Lesson: TALKING

  This lesson focuses on talking.  Students will make a pocket book that will teach them how to react in uncomfortable situations!

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