S.T.F.A.: A useful counseling tool

Davies, Leah
February 1994
Elementary School Guidance & Counseling;Feb94, Vol. 28 Issue 3, p223
Academic Journal
Focuses on the stop, think, feel and act (S.T.F.A.) concept which was created to teach children to pause, think, emphatize and act in a considerate manner toward peers. Steps in the implementation of S.T.F.A.; Usefulness of the concept.


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