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Group Counseling Activities

Group counseling activities.

2nd grade looks bright! End of the year writing inspiration!

For small groups to show how many sessions are left, helps students to visualize & understand that the group will eventually end. May make "ending" easier for both us & the students.

Scrapbook of a School Counselor: Check In, Check Out

Group activity -bounce back in life

Pop up hats made out of paper plates - too cute!

A School Counselor Friendship Lunch Bunch Linky Party

Welcome new students with the promise of a bright year!

Social Work Group Activities= lessons on different topics

The Middle School Counselor: Kindness Hearts--Lunch Bunch Project from www.themiddlescho...

A years worth of counseling group lessons for 5th-8th graders

Group Counseling Skills - strategies for teaching kids how to be successful in group.

great to use with a new counseling group

Editable Group Counseling Invitation Freebie

Group Counseling Invitation - School Counseling

Lots of great ideas for counseling on this site

Self-Esteem Elementary Counseling Group Theme. 5 printables for group sessions.

Monthly Student Led Bully Prevention Lunch | Alton Middle School | 6th graders participate in monthly discussions on ways to prevent bullying and how to promote a safe and welcoming school environment. These lunch periods are student led, which allows for open, honest discussion about the issue. Students learn appropriate responses to bullying and a common language for preventing bullying as well as having fun activities, such as making anti-bullying slogans.

Great circle time activity for working w/ good behavior/social skills.....I've gotta try this one.

DIY "Magic Slushies" - last session celebration activity

(baby) oil and constuction paper..... beautiful suncatcher!

More ways to celebrate the end of a therapy group for kids.

The Habit of Listening; Games that Encourage Listening

help children cope with changes by using this activity: make a kaleidoscope. It is a great visual that things are always changing and coping is all about the way we look at things. Change can even be beautiful!