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Social Emotional

9th Grade Anxiety Group Interest Form
 
We are excited to offer an anxiety management group through our school social worker Mr. Nguyen.
 
This group will focus on anxiety and stress management, learning about how anxiety operates, increasing emotional awareness, and practicing science-based coping strategies, such as cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) skills and mindfulness-based techniques.
 
This is a 8-week group that meets once a week for about 45 minutes during the school day. The exact date and time is still being determined, but will be communicated to those who express interest. Space is limited, so a waitlist may be created for a future group if the sign-ups exceed capacity.
 
Please note that parental/guardian permission is required after signing up to participate in the group. This will be provided to you upon the first meeting with the group facilitator.
 
Sign-up by clicking the following link below: 
https://forms.gle/rB4NZB7edrm3Po3N9 
 
Franklin's Health & Wellness Website
 
Click here to go to our new health and wellness supplemental website for additional information on mental health, stress management, suicide prevention, bullying, sexual harassment, and additional resources.
 

School Counseling Team & Resources

Please click here to watch a brief (2.5 minute) video about Counseling Social-Emotional resources that aired on Wildcat TV in September, 2021 for Suicide Prevention Month.
If you want to let the Franklin High School counseling team know about specific student or friend you are worried about you can tell your counselor or teacher directly or complete an iCare Form and drop it off in the blue box behind the student services building during regular school hours. Please click here for a copy of our You Are Not Alone Flyer with some additional resources and crisis numbers.
 
You can also submit an online (anonymous) incident report by clicking here, and if it is an emergency please tell an adult and call 911 right away. Counselors are only available during normal school hours when school is in session.
Wellness Videos
 
School counselor Mr. Autenrieth has recorded some mindfulness, wellness, and peak performance videos that you can check out below. These videos can help with stress, wellness, and peak performance on tests and other activities.
 
1. Click here for the Welcome Back Wildcats and Wildcat Challenge video (4.5 mins). The Wildcat Challenge is to reach out to a couple people who you haven't heard from in a while to see how they are doing and show that you care!
 
2. Click here for the guided Brief Breathing Pause Video (3 mins).
 
3. Click here for the Stress and Peak Performance Tips Video (7 mins).
 
4. Click here for the guided Peak Performance Pause Video (6.5 mins). Do this before a big test, speech, or performance to be at your best!
 
5. Click here for the Mindful Mondays Video with a breathing exercise and guided stress visualization (18 mins).
 
Ms. Montes our awesome previous school social worker has also created a Calming Techniques video (8 mins) that you can check out by clicking here. In her video Ms. Montes will go over the five senses activity along with a very relaxing body scan.

Mental Health Referral Support (CareSolace) EGUSD has partnered with CareSolace.com. Care Solace is an online resource with a live 24-7 concierge line to assist individuals in finding local mental health related programs and counseling services. To use Care Solace, individuals answer ten basic questions in order to receive an extensive list of referrals to applicable care providers. Care Solace takes into account all types of private insurance including Medi-Cal, Medicaid, and Medicare and those that have no insurance. 
EGUSD’s partnership with Care Solace provides access to services for our students, staff, and families at no cost by visiting www.caresolace.com/site/egusdfamilies.