Levesque, K. (2018, October 4). A School Counselor Puts Social-Emotional Learning First. Retrieved January 18, 2019

Since I began counseling students a decade ago, I have witnessed their needs and feelings grow increasingly complex. Assisting students to become aware of their emotions, understand how to regulate their reactions, and comprehend the art of making decisions is a daily aspect of my job. By incorporating social-emotional learning into our curriculum and working collaboratively with all stakeholders in our students’ lives, whether they be parents, school leaders and staff, or other students, we create an environment that allows students to reach their full academic and career potential

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