Meet the counselor mrs Peak My husband I

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Meet the counselor mrs. Peak

Meet the counselor mrs. Peak

My husband I got married last year in October. He is a teacher in

My husband I got married last year in October. He is a teacher in Valley Center where we now live.

My FAMILY

My FAMILY

Iris Marshal Millie My Kiddos

Iris Marshal Millie My Kiddos

MY FAVORITES COLOR: PURPLE FOOD: MEXICAN FLOWER: SUNFLOWERS CANDY: DOVE DARK CHOCOLATE DESSERT: BANANA

MY FAVORITES COLOR: PURPLE FOOD: MEXICAN FLOWER: SUNFLOWERS CANDY: DOVE DARK CHOCOLATE DESSERT: BANANA PUDDING MUSIC: COUNTRY I ALSO LIKE GOING TO THE GYM & SPENDING TIME WITH MY FAMILY.

Why did i become a school counselor?

Why did i become a school counselor?

What does the school counselor do? To help kids understand their feelings, talk through

What does the school counselor do? To help kids understand their feelings, talk through their problems, and learn coping skills so they can do their very best at school. Kids usually see the school counselor for a set amount of time to work towards a goal. Kids might be seen in groups, teaching the whole class a lesson, and they may meet individually with the counselor.

My School Counselor helps me with. . . ● When I am hurting or

My School Counselor helps me with. . . ● When I am hurting or upset ● Making and keeping friends ● (Perspective) Looking at things differently ● Being a good student ● Solving problems ● When I am angry ● Being happy and safe ● Learning new things about myself

Where is the counselor’s office? ? Across from the Library. . .

Where is the counselor’s office? ? Across from the Library. . .

EXPECTATIONS FOR COUNSELING LESSONS Same as your teacher ● One person talking at a

EXPECTATIONS FOR COUNSELING LESSONS Same as your teacher ● One person talking at a time ● Eyes and ears on the speaker ● Hands to ourselves ● Mindfulness~breathing https: //youtu. be/MVHHi 0 v. TCS 4

REVIEW TIME

REVIEW TIME

ZONES OF REGULATION BLUE GREEN YELLOW RED

ZONES OF REGULATION BLUE GREEN YELLOW RED

Red Zone One side: Mad/Angry, Terrified, Yelling/Hitting, Elated, Out of Control What are some

Red Zone One side: Mad/Angry, Terrified, Yelling/Hitting, Elated, Out of Control What are some places that you can have good red feelings?

Blue Zone Sad, Tired, Bored, Moving Slowly

Blue Zone Sad, Tired, Bored, Moving Slowly

Yellow Zone Frustrated, Worried, Silly/Wiggly, Excited, Loss of Some Control

Yellow Zone Frustrated, Worried, Silly/Wiggly, Excited, Loss of Some Control

Green Zone Happy, Calm, Feeling Okay, Focused, Ready to Learn

Green Zone Happy, Calm, Feeling Okay, Focused, Ready to Learn

Zones of Regulation What can you do to get back to the Green Zone?

Zones of Regulation What can you do to get back to the Green Zone? - Check in with yourself - What are you feeling? -What would help you calm down? -What steps should you take to make it happen?

Second Step This Social Emotional curriculum is to helping students build skills to help

Second Step This Social Emotional curriculum is to helping students build skills to help them to grow their emotional intelligence and to help them to problem solve not only with their peers but through hard things that we face everyday in our society. Teachers and the counselor work together to support student needs. As a whole school we focus on the same skills throughout to have a consistent and positive school culture. Parents can be supplied with home links to help reinforce skills at home.

CALMING CORNER A TOOL TO HELP STUDENTS REFOCUS IN THE CLASSROOM NOT A PLACE

CALMING CORNER A TOOL TO HELP STUDENTS REFOCUS IN THE CLASSROOM NOT A PLACE TO HANG OUT INSTEAD OF DOING YOUR WORK 1. Set a timer 2. Choose a strategy to help you breathe and refocus (fidget, color, breathing exercises, yoga positions or just sitting still for a few minutes) 3. When you feel calm you can rejoin the class

I have this poster in my room as well. Gaining and Keeping trust with

I have this poster in my room as well. Gaining and Keeping trust with students and families is one of my number one goals as a school counselor.

YOU CAN ONLY GO TO THE COUNSELOR WHEN YOU ARE IN TROUBLE THE COUNSELOR

YOU CAN ONLY GO TO THE COUNSELOR WHEN YOU ARE IN TROUBLE THE COUNSELOR IS SCARY/MEAN I CAN ONLY SEE THE COUNSELOR ONE-ON-ONE THE COUNSELOR WILL TELL EVERYONE WHAT I SAY

Parent Referral Teacher Referral Student Referral

Parent Referral Teacher Referral Student Referral

What are some topics/ activities that you have done in the past with either

What are some topics/ activities that you have done in the past with either Mrs. L or a previous counselor at another school?

My email is: My office number is: tpeak@usd 439. com (316) 772 - 5604

My email is: My office number is: [email protected] 439. com (316) 772 - 5604 ext. 1827