Creative Small Groups

Includes Digital Resources!

$39.95

SKU: A275-Net

This creative small group counseling program includes eight ready-to-use topics and adds organizational tips which helps the counselor to have less to do each time the group meets. The topics are divided into appropriate grade levels as follows:Anger Management: Small group counseling programs for grades K/1, 2/3, and 4/5. Includes 13 reproducibles.

  • Behavior: Small group counseling programs for grades K/1, 2/3, and 4/5. Includes 19 reproducibles.
  • Cancer Support: Small group counseling program for grades K-5. Includes 2 reproducibles.
  • Friendship: Small group counseling programs for grades K/1, 2/3, and 4/5. Includes 20 reproducibles.
  • Grief and Loss: Small group counseling programs for grades K/1, 2/3, and 4/5. Includes 10 reproducibles.
  • Self-Esteem: Small group counseling programs for grades K/1, 2/3, and 4/5. Includes 33 reproducibles.
  • Study Skills: Small group counseling programs for grades 2/3, and 4/5. Includes 14 reproducibles.
  • Plus an innovative group called The Lunch Bunch for grades 1-5

The variety of creative activities will have students anxiously awaiting each session. Whether it’s playing a game, being involved in an arts-and-crafts project, making a flip or accordion book, receiving a reminder poster of the lesson, or any of the many other activities, students will have fun and come away with important knowledge about the theme of the group and about themselves.

Digital content features color PDF files of the reproducible pages.

Written by Karen Gannon Griffith
Paperback ISBN 9781575431581
Grades K-5
352 pages
Release Date January 1, 2008

Additional information

Format

Paperback

Language

English

Publisher

Marco Products

Karen Gannon Griffith

Karen Griffith, PhD, LPC, worked in public education for 35 years, 27 as a school counselor, earning multiple state and national recognitions. Now retired, she works at the University of Georgia as an Assistant Professor (Term-Limited) in the Department of Counseling and Human Development Services, and with ASCA as a trainer on the national model, Lead RAMP Reviewer, and Peer Reviewer for the Journal of Counseling and Development. She has authored three books and several articles, and speaks at state and national conferences on a variety of topics. Her primary area of research is around resiliency.

Karen Gannon Griffith

Karen Griffith, PhD, LPC, worked in public education for 35 years, 27 as a school counselor, earning multiple state and national recognitions. Now retired, she works at the University of Georgia as an Assistant Professor (Term-Limited) in the Department of Counseling and Human Development Services, and with ASCA as a trainer on the national model, Lead RAMP Reviewer, and Peer Reviewer for the Journal of Counseling and Development. She has authored three books and several articles, and speaks at state and national conferences on a variety of topics. Her primary area of research is around resiliency.

$39.95

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