do you feel overworked and underutilized?
FREE WEBINAR! In just an hour of your time, you will learn:
-5 Critical Behaviors to Cut Down on Report Writing Time
-The Top 4 Burnout Traps for School Psychologists…and how to avoid them
-How to expand your role beyond JUST testing, even if your district is underfunded and you have a crazy caseload.
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Dr. Rebecca Branstetter started the “Notes from the School Psychologist Blog” in 2007 to provide a space for school psychologists to geek out together and learn how to navigate the wild and wonderful world of school psych life.
Fifteen years later, our NFTSP Facebook community is over 18K+ school psychs strong!
In her newest book, popular blogger Dr. Rebecca Branstetter reveals the four most common burnout traps for school psychologists … and how to avoid them.
No matter if you’re a first year intern or a seasoned veteran, you’ll learn practical tools for transforming your career into the one you’ve always imagined.
Want a fun and easy way to teach coping skills? Download 10 Printable Pages to color with kids of all ages! Get 10 Custom Graphics and Quotes inspired by the top 10 coping skills that boost social emotional learning (SEL)!
Easy-to-use at home or at school to teach and reinforce SEL skills like resilience, growth mindset, self-advocacy, and more!
Coloring isn’t just for kids! Get 20+ printable pages to color so you can keep calm and school psych on! These 20 custom graphics and quotes are inspired by the 4 Pillars of a Thriving School Psychologist and the Thriving School Psychologist book!
Easy-to-use at home or at school…maybe even in your very own adult calming corner. 🙂
Download and share this powerpoint “Helping Students Thrive by Supporting School Psychologists” with parents, school staff, and school leaders!
Raise awareness of what we do and how lower caseloads can help us focus on what we love to do—being champions for helping children be the best they can be in school and in life and supporting educators and families.
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