• Counseling
     

    Another way we meet the social emotional needs of our Bishop students is to provide school-based counseling.  Students who participate in counseling services meet with a Community Health Awareness Council (CHAC) counseling intern one or two times per week for play-based counseling.  Play-based counseling is a form of psychotherapy used with children to help them express or act out their experiences, feelings, and problems by playing with dolls, toys, and other play material, under the guidance or observation of a therapist.

     

    Bishop students can also benefit by participating in one of the following small groups.

     

    Tween Talk – 5th Grade

    age-appropriate curriculum focusing on motivation, positive identity, self-esteem, relationships, and making healthy choices. - See more at: http://www.chacmv.org/?p=64#sthash.06Og4Mui.dpufA
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    An eight-week lunchtime group facilitated by a CHAC counseling intern using an age-appropriate curriculum focusing on motivation, positive identity, self-esteem, relationships, and making healthy choices.
     
    age-appropriate curriculum focusing on motivation, positive identity, self-esteem, relationships, and making healthy choices. - See more at: http://www.chacmv.org/?p=64#sthash.06Og4Mui.dpuf
    age-appropriate curriculum focusing on motivation, positive identity, self-esteem, relationships, and making healthy choices. - See more at: http://www.chacmv.org/?p=64#sthash.06Og4Mui.dpuf
    age-appropriate curriculum focusing on motivation, positive identity, self-esteem, relationships, and making healthy choices. - See more at: http://www.chacmv.org/?p=64#sthash.06Og4Mui.dpuf

    Just for Kids – 3rd Grade

    An eight-week lunchtime group facilitated by a CHAC counseling intern using a age-appropriate curriculum that equips kids to identify, express, and take responsibility for their feelings, as well as help them develop healthy problem-solving skills.

    equips kids to identify, express, and take responsibility for their feelings, as well as help them develop healthy problem-solving skills. - See more at: http://www.chacmv.org/?p=201#sthash.ElJKZtRN.dpuf

     

    If you feel your child could benefit from any of these services, please discuss this possibility with your child’s classroom teacher.