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The Worry Box ~ Students can jot down worries and put them in this box. The counselor draws out the slips and knows which students to see and about what. Could also be done in small group or as a guidance lesson anonymously. Worry can be specific (state mandated testing) or generic. Be sure to emphasize that once the Larry is shut in the box & is carried out of the room, it's gone.

Getting to Know You Tumbling Blocks - fine motor, visual motor and social skills. Love it for groups.

11 years is a long time to be a victim...but I did survive...and I will continue being a surviver...I am a survivor of incest, sexual abuse, emotional abuse, and physical abuse...by the hands of people who should've protected me...I am who I am because of you...sometimes I hate you for it because I'm too needy and clingy with people I love the most...but I also thank you...without that kind of pain I don't think I would be the caring person I am.

Group counseling invitations are a great way to welcome students to participate in your counseling program. I like killing multiple birds (not just one or two) with one stone. Invitations are simple but hard-working! Group counseling invitations are good for: Welcoming students to the group Reminding students of the start …

Two handmade counseling games (feelings, get to know you)

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Classroom Management 2- I started trying something similar to this a couple months ago. I started having students fill out a Friday exit sheet. This way seems much faster and easier. Something to think about...

Group counseling activities - fear in a hat. Could adapt w/ various topics for family sessions.

High School Group Counseling Activities