This printable sign would be great for a social worker’s office door. It features chalkboard background with colorful chevron boxes and stars: Where is the Social Worker? This do-it-yourself print out sign template comes with multiple phrases that can be customized. Add a clothes pin and workers have a fun, colorful way to tell coworkers, guests and students when they are available.

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7 apps to use in school counseling

7 Apps to Use in School Counseling

Do you remember growing up in a world without smart phones and tablets? Our students today will most likely never know what it's like to.

Problem solving time!  Simple idea for counselors and can be used in calm down areas in classrooms or at home!

Problem solving time!

Teaching problem solving Being a school based therapist, I get A LOT of kiddos sent to my office who make some not so effective choices when upset. I have some basic problem solving steps laid out .

I am a social worker (MSW/ACSW) currently working as a child and adolescent mental health therapist....

Standard A: I am a social worker (MSW/ACSW) currently working as a child and adolescent mental health therapist.

Spin the wheel of coping skills! – Art of Social Work

Spin the wheel of coping skills!

A big part of what we do with children is teach them safe and appropriate ways to cope and express themselves. We aren’t born knowing how to walk and we also aren’t born knowing how to …

The School Social Work Toolkit: Hands-On Counseling Activities and Workshops

The School Social Work Toolkit: Hands-On Counseling Activities and Workshops (published by the NASW)

50+ FREE Counseling Resources for school counselors, private clinicians, psychologists, and more. Even special education teachers or parents can use these resources to help with social emotional well being for kids and young adults.

50+ Free Counseling Resources

50+ FREE Counseling Resources for school counselors, private clinicians, psychologists, and more. Even special education teachers or parents can use these resources to help with social emotional well being for kids and young adults.

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