Understanding and Communicating Your Role as a School Counselor in an Online Learning Environment with Dr. Stuart Roe, from TCNJ March 19, 2020 (accompanied PowerPoint)
* Angst Resources
Understanding the Mental Health and Social Impact of the Coronavirus: Finding the Middle Path: This is a great article explaining the science behind our reactions to epidemics and practical ways we can find balance.
Supporting Students Experiencing Childhood Trauma: Tips for Parents and Educators from the National Association of School Psychologists. A
Managing anxiety age by age: also from Hey Sigmund. A guide about what to expect age by age around anxiety, strategies and tips on when to get help.
Talking about world trauma with kids: another great article from Hey Sigmund!.
CoronaVirus Anxiety: 4 Ways to cope with Fear - psych central
Peace Out - short stories that help kids calm down and relax. We’ve used this podcast with many of our students, and it appeals particularly to our younger year levels.
Brain Pop Video- This is a great clip for kids, explaining the virus and how to stay healthy.
Coronavirus WHO (video) from the World Health Organization “What do you know about the novel Coronavirus that is causing a health emergency? “
GoZen - Videos, lessons and programs for purchase to manage stress and build resilience for kids. Resources for parents and educators to support SEL lessons online.
Smiling Mind - Smiling Mind is a great mindfulness app/website for the whole family (Age 7+). Many of our students use Smiling Mind in class as a way to help calm and focus their brains and bodies.
Cosmic Kids - Yoga and mindfulness for kids ages 3+. This is a great resource and many kids have experience using it in class.
Weekly Wellbeing Check In - MHFA England