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Kudos & Kindness: ‘Four solutions’ a good tool for students

St. Theresa’s School second- through eighth-graders would like to thank Ms. Lisa Stull, MS, LMFT (Comprehensive Counseling Solutions), for donating her time to teach us how to prevent bullying, how to use “four solutions” to solve conflict, and how to respond when we are pressured by peers to do something against our values and beliefs. We learned how to advocate for ourselves, how to present ourselves in a confident manner, and how to set positive boundaries. Thank you for working with us!

Second- through eighth-graders

St. Theresa’s School

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