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We know that counselors are the heart of a school. When the heart is strong- your school stays healthy. Our Consultation Circles for School Counselors provide the training, care, and support counselors need to do their best work. 

Linden mental health practitioners provide counselors with a confidential platform to discuss challenging cases, find creative solutions to difficult situations in their schools, and most importantly: to share what’s going well.

REGISTER HERE FOR THE CONSULTATION CIRCLES 

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WHAT IS NEW??

  • Experienced international school counselors from Kenya, Taiwan, Israel, Germany and the USA
  • Guest speakers from Linden’s learning support & neurodiversity team
  • A growing library of mental health resources with contributions from 90+ international school counselors
Consultation Circle Themes:
  • Navigating difficult conversations with parents
  • Empowering parents to support their children
  • Compassion fatigue
  • Navigating conversations with other staff members at school
  • Child protection and cultural sensitivity, and more…
Guest Speaker Topics:
  • Culturally competent care for youth who identify as LGBTQI+
  • CBT strategies for kids & teens
  • Mental health & neurodiversity in international schools
  • Creating an inclusive work environment for school staff

How it works 

On Wednesday, February 19th ISCA held a 30 minute chat with Linden facilitators. Listen to the recording to learn more about the Consultation Circles: 


The Counseling Consultation Circles provide professional consultation for difficult or complex cases; additionally, participants support each other personally and professionally as they manage the burden of providing care during these challenging times. Linden facilitators will provide a clinical perspective and assist with resources. 

Spring 2023 Schedule & Timeline 

Groups will meet eight times (8x) from Februyary to May 2023. Each group will meet for 90-minutes. There will be various days and times available for counselors to chose from. A complete schedule is below: 


how big is the group?

Circles will be composed of five to seven international school counselors per group, who will remain together as a cohort for the 8 sessions.

Who are linden Global learning facilitators?

The Linden Global Learning facilitators are International counselors and psychologists seasoned in working with children in international schools and third culture students. They will provide follow up resources and share their therapeutic expertise. Facilitators ensure that dynamic, strengths focused conversations leave everyone feeling seen, heard, and energized at the end of the session.


ARE THESE SESSIONS CONFIDENTIAL?

We are committed to protecting the confidentiality of all students. Participants will be required to sign confidentiality agreements before joining a group. We create a safe space for counselors to openly discuss their challenges in a supportive and confidential environment.

About Linden Global Learning & Support Services 

Linden Global Learning & Support Services provide much needed educational and therapeutic support to international students and schools anywhere in the world. From Berlin, the heart of Europe, to anywhere in the world, we offer tailored support to ensure the academic success and emotional well-being of all learners.

MEET THE LINDEN FACILITATORS 

Noa, Child & Adolescent Psychologist (ISRAEL)

Noa Kanter is a Psychologist who holds a BA in psychology and developmental aspects in Education from Tel-Aviv University and an MA in child clinical psychology from Bar-Ilan University. Noa practiced various therapeutic interventions in public health care clinics in Israel and worked as a school psychologist conducting psychoeducational assessments in the city of Holon. She has spent the past three years working as an educational psychologist in international schools in Europe with Linden Global Learning. In her work with students and schools, Noa strives to combine scientific knowledge from developmental evidence-based research with every person’s unique ecosystem.



Oulaya earned her Master’s degree in School Counseling from the Lebanese American University, Beirut-Lebanon. She strongly believes that the social and emotional wellbeing of students impact their academics positively. She provides individual and group counseling sessions, focusing on social behavior, relational dynamics, emotional concerns, academic achievement, and community engagement. She has worked with students and families in crisis and, unfortunately, provided grief counseling for students who have experienced trauma and death in the family.






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