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Counseling Office Door: These printable posters make a great gift for a school counselor.  These are INSTANT DOWNLOAD, so you may print in 8x10, 16x20, or 24x30.  Attach a clothespin to let everyone know where the counselor is!   They come in many color options! https://www.etsy.com/shop/WeLovePrintableArt?ref=hdr_shop_menu&search_query=counselor+door

Counseling Office Door: These printable posters make a great gift for a school counselor. These are INSTANT DOWNLOAD, so you may print in 8x10, 16x20, or 24x30. Attach a clothespin to let everyone know where the counselor is! They come in many color options! https://www.etsy.com/shop/WeLovePrintableArt?ref=hdr_shop_menu&search_query=counselor+door

This a great reminder/encourager on how to turn your wants and dreams into a reality. I think this would be a good poster to hang inside my office to remind students about goal setting and taking the appropriate actions to reach these goals. (Solution focused therapy)

This a great reminder/encourager on how to turn your wants and dreams into a reality. I think this would be a good poster to hang inside my office to remind students about goal setting and taking the appropriate actions to reach these goals. (Solution focused therapy)

EduKate and Inspire: 5 Books Recommended for Summer Reading for School Counselors

Summer Reading for School Counselors

The Middle School Counselor: Icebreakers. Clear stones (buy at Hobby Lobby, Jo-Ann's, Michaels) with question on it. Student answers the stone they picked.

The Middle School Counselor: Icebreakers. Clear stones (buy at Hobby Lobby, Jo-Ann's, Michaels) with question on it. Student answers the stone they picked.

I would have a stack of these outside my office next to the mailbox so that students who were not comfortable coming to me directly, or came at a time when I was busy, could let me know that they needed to see me. In doing this, it would allow for more students to have an opportunity to meet with me about things that might be bothering them.

I would have a stack of these outside my office next to the mailbox so that students who were not comfortable coming to me directly, or came at a time when I was busy, could let me know that they needed to see me. In doing this, it would allow for more students to have an opportunity to meet with me about things that might be bothering them.