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Social-Emotional Development

How can my School Counselor help me social-emotionally?

  • Collaborate with school faculty and staff to create an inclusive and affirming environment for all students 
  • Provide short-term counseling and small group counseling sessions to teach skills to help manage emotions and apply interpersonal skills
  • Provide conflict mediation and restorative interventions
  • Recognize and respond to student mental health needs and assist students and families seeking resources, especially in crisis situations
  • Promote mindsets and behaviors that enhance the learning process and create a culture of college and career readiness for all students in the area of social/emotional development
  • Collaborate with classroom teachers to provide school counseling lessons through direct instruction, team-teaching or providing lesson plans for learning activities or units in classrooms aimed at social/emotional development
  • Identify and employ appropriate appraisal methods for individual and group interventions that support students’ social/emotional development
  • Use evidence-based, inclusive, and trauma-informed curriculum and resources when delivering interventions to enhance social/emotional development
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First page of the PDF file: Mental-Health-Poster-HS
ASCA Student Standards: Mindsets & Behaviors for Student Success
First page of the PDF file: mindsets-behaviors