Therapists are professionals who helps others find their strengths and courage to confront and make sense of difficult emotions and experiences so they can learn and thrive in their lives” They offers support, positive regard, compassion, guidance, a level of accountability, advocacy at times, a listening ear and sound educational and clinical advice. In overall, a therapist, is a licensed mental health professional who helps clients improve their lives, develop better cognitive and emotional skills, reduce symptoms of mental illness and cope with various challenges.
Importance of School Therapists
We recognize the importance of having therapy professionals in schools, they not only love what they do but strive to make the most out of their career. They play a very important role in the overall development of School students. We have partnered with a wealth of schools across the country that believe in providing each child with the best possible resource – qualified school speech therapists just like you! Whether you are looking for a school job as a speech-language pathologist (SLP), or Occupational Therapist, or Physical Therapist, or speech-language pathology assistant (SLPA), or clinical fellow (CFY), we have opportunities stretching from coast to coast.
Use of therapist in School Setting
Therapists play an essential role in school environments. Therapy services are often included within students’ IEP, when applicable. Some of the therapy services that are provided can include physical therapy, occupational therapy and speech therapy. These therapy services are essential to students’ academic, physical and emotional success. Therapy opens a door of new opportunity for students, making these services both valuable and crucial to schools especially. That’s why Sunbelt Staffing works diligently to provide top-notch school professionals to serve their students with a dedication to excellence. Therapists helps students to understand themselves and other people by developing their emotional, cognitive and communication skills, therapists helps students change maladaptive behaviors and thinking patterns, they helps by Guiding students through crises such as breakups, abuse, suicidal thoughts, grief, trauma, infidelity, sexual assault and more.