Navigating friendships and popularity can be one of the biggest struggles for kids in school. It can be easy to get distracted by the social pressures, making it harder to focus on classes. If you have noticed that the students you work with struggle with friendships, then this poster from the mental health experts at Youth Change Workshop is the perfect addition to your school. Perfect for hallways, bathrooms, classrooms, or counseling offices, Poster #649 can go a long way to reach out to your isolated or lonely students.
Here is a counseling and guidance help classroom poster for sad children and teens. Children and teens struggle when other students do not seem to like them or befriend them. Sometimes those students can feel sad, like outcasts, left out, unwanted, or disliked, and that can really impact their mental health as well as their academic performance. Poster #649 shares this comforting message- “Some people like apples. Some people like oranges. Not everyone is going to like you.” It is a sweet outreach to sad students to remind them that it is okay to not please everyone, or to be liked by everyone, and that it is a normal part of life.
Poster #649 will be a powerhouse when used in group counseling sessions, friendship group discussions, or any other mental health counseling that students may access. An easy-to-understand message for kids as young as elementary school, or as old as high school, this message even resonates with adults who struggle to find acceptance at times. If you are looking for more ways to support your sad, distant, or detached students, this potent counseling and guidance classroom poster from Youth Change Workshops is the best way to show your students that you understand how they are feeling, and that you care about their mental health. This classroom guidance and help poster is a must-have for schools everywhere.