In this FREE WEBINAR, I'll walk you through practical steps to move from feeling like a "Testing Machine" to having more freedom to do meaningful work with students!


In this FREE online training, I'll walk you step-by-step to learn:

5 Critical Behaviors to Cut Down on Report Writing Time 

Learn how to cut down the amount of time doing redundant paperwork to free up time to work with students (and avoid report writing on weekends!)

The Top 4 Burnout Traps for School Psychologists...and how to avoid them

Learn the 4 critical mindset shifts you need to make to keep from falling in the most common burnout traps.

How to expand your role beyond JUST testing, even if your district is underfunded and you have a crazy caseload.

Learn how school psychologists just like you successfully increased their student time in counseling, intervention, and even virtual school psychology services.

 You got into this profession to work with kids, not spend hours writing reports and filling out paperwork!  

I am on a mission to help you do the work in our schools that you are here to do, in a bigger way. And, to do that, you need to free up your report writing time to make way for your passion projects. You need to have strategies to keep work from bleeding into your evenings and weekends so you can protect your energy.

 You need time management strategies that actually work for school psychologists, who often have too many students on their caseloads, and not enough time in the day to do everything they want to do.

 That’s exactly what we are going to dive into in this training. 

Join me to learn strategies you can use RIGHT AWAY. You'll also learn all about a program that can earn you up to 12 NASP-Approved CPD units* as you break free from the “Test-IEP-Repeat” burnout cycle! 

I've worked with hundreds of school psychologists across the country on these techniques and the data (we love data!) shows that they actually work. I can't wait to share them with you! 

Take care, Rebecca


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