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We are growing fellow butterflies!

Bay School Counselor is redefining it’s vision and services to ensure we are always at the forefront of social-emotional learning and mental wellness! As we are growing and glowing behind the scenes, take some time to explore our origins! We are still offering free 30-minute consultations!

New Chapter Butterflies!

So excited to be on this journey with all of you as Bay School Counselor and myself continue to grow and glow! Check out our new video! 🦋

Welcome to Week 7: Replenishing Stage

It’s when your plant is withering, you have to take immediate care of yourself. Sometimes we have the best intentions for caring for yourselves. I know I do. I acknowledge the difficulty in accepting that you may not be adequately caring for yourself and your needs. This week focuses on finding support and guidance during difficult times. It also explains the concept of reframing your thoughts from the positive to the negative. That too can be a difficult task but a very important one. Shifting my negative thoughts to the positive has been a priority for me, but I too have had challenges with consistency in this area. I do understand its importance. Happy replenishing butterflies! 🦋

Welcome to Week 6: Blooming Stage

This has been quite a journey! I hope you are starting to feel in full bloom-full of self-awareness, insight and love for yourself. At this point, you have completed at least five weeks of self-care. During my first few weeks of my self-care journey, I felt a sense of wholeness. I was intentionally caring for myself and that felt amazing! I felt enlightened and encouraged on my destination to inner peace. I was beaming and blooming and continuing to grow. This week we will spend time reflecting, evaluating and adjusting. 

During the blooming stage, you will 

  • reflect on how you are feeling 
  • evaluate if you’re meeting your self-care goal
  • adjusting any goals or self-care activities 

Until next week, happy blooming butterflies! 🦋


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