LMTI Summer Leadership Camp

LMTI Summer Leadership Camp

Students from the South Brunswick High School chapter of Incorruptible Us attended the 2023 LMTI Summer Leadership Conference. This weeklong conference is held every summer at Camp Mason in Hardwick, NJ. Students participated in various activities and workshops designed to help them learn more about themselves and develop leadership skills in a fun and positive environment….

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Pathways Starts New Club: Braiding Beauty

Pathways Starts New Club: Braiding Beauty

By: Aja Bradley, Clinician This school year Pathways introduced a new club called Braiding Beauty. Braiding Beauty was created to teach students how to do various styles like French braids, box braids, and knotless braids on themselves or others. I started braiding my own hair in 2018. Through years of YouTube videos and lots of…

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Resilient Ramblers Lessons

Resilient Ramblers Lessons

Alyssa Steele and Alexa Manley, Clinicians A key role as a school-based mental health clinician is prevention education. The purpose of prevention education is to proactively approach issues, rather than addressing them after they have already occurred. Developing resiliency is an important part of prevention because it equips students with the tools and skills they…

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Growth Mindset Flowers

Growth Mindset Flowers

Alyssa Steele and Alexa Manley, Clinicians Carteret Elementary Schools acknowledge growth mindset as the social emotional learning topic for the month of May. Having a growth mindset means that we believe our abilities can be further developed with dedication, hard work and persistence. When a child has a growth mindset, they believe in themselves and…

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A Recap of Wellspring’s SBCS Program in the Past School Year

A Recap of Wellspring’s SBCS Program in the Past School Year

By: Lauren Balkan, Deputy Director – School-Based Clinical Services Since 2006, Wellspring has been delivering school-based clinical services (SBCS) in Middlesex County. The flagship program, Pathways School-Based Youth Services Program, established at Carteret High School, is funded by a grant from the NJ Department of Children and Services. Additional programs have been implemented at Carteret…

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