Posts in Parent Support
Finding your Zen as a Teacher with Dan Tricarico

Teaching is a noble profession, but how do we keep passionate teachers and prevent burnout? Join Marni Pasch, host of School Counselor Gone Rogue and author of The Zen Teacher and Sanctuaries Dan Tricarico , as we discuss teacher self-care, burnout and the future of education.

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How to Start a New School Year with a Fresh Approach

Changing your study habits doesn’t have to be difficult. Study habits can be difficult to change when you are expecting perfection. Students should focus on the small school tasks they can change and track their results. When a teenager tries to change their school behavior, it is important to celebrate their progress.

Learn the steps to tackle study changes here!

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How to Survive the Holidays when you Live with a Struggling Student

With the winter holidays approaching, stress is at an all time high. How can you make sure that holiday stress does not impact your relationship with your child? How do you build positive holiday memories when you are also dealing with a child who is struggling at school?

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Family Meals on the Go & ADHD

This week on School Counselor Gone Rogue we are full of information and tips for parents who want to ensure that families connect during at least one meal, and who want tips for helping their students make it in a school system they don’t fit neatly into. We are chatting cooking, ADHD, learning differences and tutors. Stay tuned!

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Steps for Building your High School and College Resume

I’m betting you’ve heard of a resume and how important they are for jobs. But have you thought about a college resume?

School Counselor Gone Rogue is a podcast by trained school counselor turned academic coach, Marni Pasch focused on all things struggling student and education!

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Diffusing Stressful Parenting Situations with Jennifer Wisser-Stokes MSCP,LMHC , BC-TMH

For many parents and their children (teens too), it’s not unusual for school to be the source of stressful interactions. But, it doesn’t have to be. In this episode of School Counselor Gone Rogue, I’m chatting with Jennifer Wisser- Stokes, who offers great tips for diffusing stressful situations.

As a counselor, Stokes has found that it’s not the shiniest tools that make the most impact on a child/parent relationship and how they handle stressful situations together, it’s most often the delivery, and how they talk to each other.

 [M1]For future reference, is this how her name is spelled?

School Counselor Gone Rogue is a podcast by trained school counselor turned academic coach, Marni Pasch focused on all things struggling student and education!

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Help children bounce back from Negative Behaviors

How can we expect students to bounce back if we can’t change our impressions?

Check out this episode of School Counselor Gone Rogue. This week we chat student behavior and the shift from negative to positive behavior.

School Counselor Gone Rogue is a podcast by trained school counselor turned academic coach, Marni Pasch focused on all things struggling student and education!

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