Bibliotherapy & Resource Guide
This resource guide contains numerous resources divided into 12 major areas with each major area including 4 subcategories of books recommended for kids, teens, adults, and professionals.
The major category areas are: Abuse; Adolescence; Broken Families; Counseling & Therapy; Families & Parenting; Feelings; Gangs & Conflict Resolution; Loss & Grief; Self-Esteem; Special Needs; Study Skills; & TraumaSee more details $45
This resource guide contains resources to assist the high school student in making the successful transition to college. Each major area includes notes, worksheets/handouts, and masters for overhead transparencies. Each chapter contains material to run 1—2 sessions or a workshop on the topic.
The major category areas are: College vs. high school, choosing a college, meeting deadlines, college terminology, advising, degree plans, class expectations, time management, financial aid, study skills, and graduating.See more details $45
Counseling First Aid
This resource guide contains "quick" resources for 12 major areas with each major area including notes, worksheets/handouts, and masters for overhead transparencies. Each chapter contains material to run 1—2 sessions or a workshop on the topic.
The major category areas are: Loss, Divorce, Dysfunctional Families, Problem-Solving Skills, Trauma, Stress Management, Stepfamilies, Handling Feelings, Self-Esteem, Study Skills, Abuse, and Twisted Thinking.See more details $45
Do It Right & Do It Quickly
This resource guide was written in response to requests following workshops presented on setting up a school counseling program. Don’t recreate the wheel! Find all the forms, letters, organizational information and special programs information that you will need to implement a comprehensive school counseling program.See more details $45
Study Harder, Not Longer
This resource guide contains a comprehensive system for teaching students study skills. It was developed after teaching beginning college freshmen skills that they lacked when they began college. It contains counselor notes, worksheet masters, overhead transparency masters, and numerous self assessments that help students identify areas that need improvement. Students that implement the skills taught in this curriculum consistently improve their grades and are more successful in school. This material can be used in classroom settings, in individual counseling, or in small group counseling.See more details $45