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Welcome to School Counselor Blog - where you can find innovative ideas, creative lessons and quality resources to help school counselors THRIVE!


My name is Danielle Schultz and I am a K-12 Certified School Counselor, Licensed Professional Counselor, and author of School Counselor Blog.

School Counselor Blog Started as an Idea...

As a school counseling graduate student, I was constantly searching for new ideas, lessons, and resources to use with students during my internships. I saw a need for a place to access ideas and learn how to implement them.

In January 2009, at the recommendation of my father, I started School Counselor Blog. He encouraged me to create a blog where I share my passion for school counseling and write about ideas, lessons, and resources.

When I first started blogging in 2009, I was a school counseling intern who did not even know what a blog was. Now blogging and connecting with other school counselors is an important part of my everyday life. I have been a school counselor for 12 years. I am currently a middle school counselor and live Pittsburgh, PA. 

I love presenting practical ideas and information to other school counselors they can use in their work. If you need a speaker for your state or local school counselor organization, email me!

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