Camas Counseling Corner

Hello Camas Ridge Families,
We’ve made it through our first week back and are re-adjusting to schedules and routines. We’ve been focusing on the Civil Rights Movement of the 1960s this week in honor of Martin Luther King, Jr. I acknowledge that these topics should be woven into our teaching every day and throughout the entire school year and years and as a staff we continue to improve our practice. While we take this focus, there are additional current events that cause stress, tension, and fear among many in our community. While our children may or may not be aware of all of the details, they do pick up on and are aware of more than we know. They need our support as adults to process some of their thoughts and feelings. Making yourself available to have the conversations, to sit and listen, and spend time with your child this time is incredibly valuable.
Please see this week’s Camas Ridge Counseling Corner for additional thoughts and resources.
And resources shared at this week’s Timely Topic Tuesday focused on Worry & Anxiety
Take good care,
Jaime Hock
Pronouns: she, her, hers
School Psychologist
Camas Ridge Community School (541-760-6199)
Eugene School District – 4J
Camas Virtual Counseling Space
Camas Ridge Counseling Corner website
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