1 in 5 students have a mental health issue that keeps them from learning.
There is one school psychologist for every 1400 students in our public schools.
Let’s give school psychologists the resources they need to help kids thrive.
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Stories, tools, and tips for school psychologists to thrive, not just survive as a school psychologist. Dr. Rebecca Branstetter’s popular blog gives school psychologists advice and resources for addressing the day-to-day challenges…with real-time practical solutions.
Online course and community for school psychologists so that they can move from being “Testing Machines” to using their full skill-sets to do the REAL work with students. Dr. Rebecca Branstetter and her team of experts provide a 10-month experience that coaches school psychologists in the research-based “4 Pillars of a Thriving School Psychologist” model.
In the Thriving School Psychologist, popular blogger and author 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 will learn practical tools for transforming your career into the one you’ve always imagined. And you can start using these tools TODAY.
Do you want to reduce stress and increase happiness in your job as a school psychologist? Join Dr. Rebecca Branstetter in this NASP-approved online mini-course! In a few hours, you can walk away with practical science-based tools to thrive as a school psychologist (and not just survive)!
Are you interested to learn school psych specific organizational tips and critical mindset moves that will help you move from surviving to thriving as a school psychologist? Check out if there are any free online trainings this month here. We offer trainings specific to the life cycle of the school year—March (Assessment) Madness, Mindful May, and Back-to-School Organizational Tips. If you’re checking in on a month we do not have a training scheduled, not to worry! Click through and sign up for the newsletter and you’ll be the first to know when a new training is up.
A Professional Learning Community exclusively for the alumni of the Thriving School Psychologist Collective ™ provides multidisciplinary support from experts in School Psychology, MTSS, Social-Emotional Learning/Counseling, and Ed Tech Tools.
Learn how a two-year investment in your school psychologists can pay off dividends for years in improving your MTSS/RTI systems, efficient service delivery, and prevention of staff burnout and turnover. An investment now can save districts from the costly consequences of being out of special education compliance and disproportionality of students of color in special education.
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Dr. Rebecca Branstetter is a school psychologist, speaker, and author on a mission to help public school psychologists manage their stress, improve their efficacy and enjoyment in their work, and prevent getting burned out so they can focus on what they love to do—being champions for helping children be the best they can be in school and in life and supporting educators and families.