• Please click on link below for relaxing music. During this virtual learning journey, I will continue to add mindfulness activities that you may enjoy doing alongside your child.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uPl3MOdF1co

    https://blog.calm.com/take-a-deep-breath

    Please visit my other tabs for: Resources for Parents such as helplines with phone numbers to speak with specialists and counselors on call; videos and articles to help your child with Social and Emotional Development and self-awareness; Anti-bullying helpful sites and resources; Jokes and riddles; Family fun activities!

     

    Feel free to contact me with any concerns about your child at:

    Phone: (732) 761-2201

    All the best!

    Mrs. Schmidt

    E-mail: kschmidt@freeholdboro.k12.nj.usMrs. Schmidt

     

     

     

    A SCHOOL COUNSELOR MEETS WITH STUDENTS TO:

    • Listen, empathize and advocate on students' behalf.

    • Set personal goals and find solutions.

    • Provide support and strategies students can use through individual/group counseling and comprehensive developmental classroom guidance lessons.

    • Teach coping strategies when dealing with personal problems and educate students on understanding self and others.

    • Discuss and practice alternate behaviors that meet the needs of students in a more acceptable way.

    • Coach students on how to use effective social skills and how to form healthy peer relationships.

    • Provide crisis intervention and management.

    A SCHOOL COUNSELOR MEETS WITH PARENTS/GUARDIANS TO:

    • Form a collaborative relationship in order to help students meet academic, personal/social, behavioral and career success.

    • Share information about the child. Communicating openly is an important part of establishing a helping relationship.

    • Discuss intervention recommendations and implementation of interventions at school and at home.

    • Address any concerns parents/guardians may have and discuss the needs of their child.