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Tips for Helping Students Cope with COVID-19

Helping Students Cope with COVID-19

 

School Counselors from across Johnson City Schools wanted to provide tips for students and parents about healthy coping skills they can use as we face this stressful time. These videos can also be viewed on our YouTube Channel. If you have any questions or suggestions for videos or topics, please e-mail Collin Brooks at BrooksB@jcschools.org.

 

The COVID-19 Playful Parenting Emergency Response

Helping Students Cope with COVID-19

 

Liberty Bell Counselor Seth Johns offers coping skills tips on his YouTube (Mr. Johns Mindful Moments) & at TikTok @mrjohnsmindfulmoments. Other resources are below:

 

Indian Trail Counselor Cindy Osborn discusses an activity that helps students cope with COVID-19. This lesson "Clay Problems vs. Rock Problems" helps students focus on things they can and cannot control.

 

South Side Elementary counselor Sarah Patton talks about the different emotions elementary students are faced with as they deal with the changes from COVID-19. Patton discusses different healthy coping skills that elementary students can add to their toolbox.

 

Science Hill Counselor Holly English talks about the impact COVID-19 has had on students at Science Hill and ways that students can use healthy coping skills to deal with what they are going through.

 

Liberty Bell Middle School Counselor Stacey Philbrick talks about healthy coping skills for students and their families.

 

North Side Elementary Counselor Robin Murphy discusses healthy coping skills that parents and students can use to deal with the emotions and stresses that have developed through COVID-19.





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