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Loyola University Chicago (Sociology)
DePaul University, Chicago, IL (MEd)
I am a school counselor who focuses on helping students develop good study skills and habits at home. I have worked with classical, general education and diverse learners. I teach Social Emotional Learning to students, topics of which include goal setting, resilience, calming down, emotional regulation, and executive functioning.
I have received professional development on ADD/ADHD. I am interested in helping families help their children. I am a licensed school counselor who incorporates Cognitive Behavior Theory into my practice of working with students. I am experienced working with students who have ADD/ADHD or symptoms of ADD/ADHD.
I created a curriculum for self-esteem dance classes for girls, and I use movement for calming and centering. I am interested in children's fitness and can assist with coordination.
Please contact me so I can explain more about if I am the right fit to help your child meet their needs and goals. I am a school counselor who focuses on helping students develop good study skills and habits at home. I have worked with classical, general education and diverse learners. I teach Social Emotional Learning to students, topics of which include goal setting, resilience, calming
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