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Stress Management Group

Session 5
School Counselor: Brandon Turner __________________________Date: 6/3/2015
Activity: Have I Learned to Keep My Cool?
Grade(s): 9th
ASCA Student Standards (Domain/Standard/Competencies):
Personal and Social Development: PS.3 Applying Personal Safety Skills and
Coping Strategies
Learning Objective(s):
- Students will discuss what they have learned over the course of the group
- Students will reflect on success and shortcomings of group sessions
- Students will discuss how they will implement strategies learned over the
last six weeks
Stress Management folders including Session 1, 2, 3, 4, & 5 Handouts
Student Feedback Form: Overall Effectiveness of Group (Completed)
Parent Assessment Packet (Completed)
I Am In Charge Of Me! (Optional Post-Group Student Activity Page)
From Now On: Weekly Data Collection Tables: You Are In Charge Of You!
(Optional Post-Group
Student Activity Page)
Group Certificate of Completion
1. Briefly remind participants that even though the group is over, other group
members will trust them not to tell other people about what another person
said or did in the group. Remind students about your responsibility to protect
their confidentiality as well.
2. Collect Parent Feedback packets; make arrangements to get the forms
from participants who did not bring them to the group.

3. Distribute stress management folders to students. Ask group members to

review the personal goals they wrote on their Stress Management SelfAssessments. On scale of 1-5 (5= high), show the group how they did.
4. Hand out individual post-group office referral information to each student.
Talk with students about their successes and ask them to review their
pre-/postgroup counseling office referrals and summarize keys to the
changes. Ask the students to complete the section on student comments
regarding their changes. Collect the completed forms to use as in order to
assess the students perceptions of the groups effectiveness.
5. Give each student the post-group Stress Management Self Assessment.
Instruct students to complete the form individually without discussion. After
completion, students work in pairs to compare their pre/post results (pregroup results should be in their Stress Management folders).
6. Distribute the Student Feedback Form; after completion, celebrate their
successes and present students with certificates.
7. Group Summary/Closing Thoughts: Ask members of the group to share the
most valuable tool they learned during the group experience. Encourage
them to review the handouts and assignments frequently so that they
continue to Stay Cool especially when it is the most difficult.
8. Distribute & Explain Classroom Teacher/Parent/ Guardian Follow-Up
Suggestions. Send a copy home with each student and provide a copy to
classroom teacher(s) of students in group.
Process Data:
Minimum of 5, Maximum of 10 students. The group is invitation or referral
Perception Data:

Pre-Post Test: Students teachers will complete the Pre-Post Group

Perceptions. Also the Student Behavior Rating Form before and after the
completion of the group will be used for data. Post-Feedback: Perceptual
Feedback Forms will be given to the student. Counselor will collect
Parent/Guardian Feedback Form given in session 4.
Outcome Data:
The increase or decrease in counseling referrals, attendance rate, and
incident rate for students in the group.
Follow Up:
Students who need further assistance, follow-up with individual counseling
and/or referrals. Counselor should gather data collected into tables/graphs for
evaluation and assessment of the helpfulness of the group.