FREE Video Mini-Training for School Psychologists Only!

3 Simple Summer Secrets to Go Back-to-School Ready, Relaxed, and Organized! 

You're in summer mode. You're just on the verge of relaxing...

Then, you remember that this school year is going to look very different. And you're not even sure how to begin to prepare.

If you're worried about the giant backlog of assessments and how to cope with the stress of school psyching during a pandemic, this free video mini-training series is for you.

While we can't control what back-to-school in a pandemic looks like, we CAN prepare for what is in our control.

We can control our prioritization, organization, and cultivate a healthy mindset about work/life balance.

My FREE video mini-training is designed to help you hit the ground relaxed, not running, this school year...no matter what that school year might look like.  

TAKE A FEW MINUTES OUT OF YOUR SUMMER TO GET ORGANIZED AND MENTALLY PREPARED FOR THE UPCOMING SCHOOL YEAR

Don't delay! This video mini-training is Free ONLY in July.

 The videos are completely on-demand! Once you sign up, you can watch whenever it’s most convenient! 

YES! SEND ME COOL TIME SAVING HACKS TO START THE YEAR ORGANIZED! 

Here's the 3 secrets that will allow you to plan, organize, and streamline your assessment workflow for better work/life boundaries (especially if you're working remotely!)

VIDEO ONE  

Learn the simple, flexible, and organized planning system that helps reduce weekend report-writing

In this video, I'm pulling back the curtain on my own organizational strategy that has been a GAME CHANGER for not taking reports home on the weekends. Whether you're a digital or analog planner fan, this strategy will help you prioritize the day in a job where everything is changing and everything is a priority! 


VIDEO TWO  

How a Frog taught me to Focus on my priorities at work so that I now only work on reports AT WORK.  

In this video, you will learn the most simple, effective way to focus on your assessment and report-writing priorities, even when you are getting bombarded all day with emails, calls, and new "to-do" items. Learn what you are doing that is creating more work for you in the long run and how to stop it, using a FROG. :) 


VIDEO THREE  

Secrets of Self Care for School Psychologist  

Self care is just not about bubble baths and going to get a massage (though I will go on record that I am PRO massage!). In this training, I will share with you 3 things that the science of happiness can teach us school psychologists about how to practice self care when we feel that we don't have time. 


NEW BONUS TRAINING!  

Break free from being a Testing Machine...Yes, Even in a Global Pandemic.  

Learn the 4 Pillars of a Thriving School Psychologist and how to move from being a "Testing Machine" to have the freedom to have more impact in your school community. Get pro-tips on how to avoid the 4 most common burnout traps so you can THRIVE as a school psychologist!


A few minutes of your summer time will pay off when you return to your backlog of assessments.

Don't delay! It's free ONLY in July so that you can go back to school relaxed, ready, organized, and even excited to try on some new work/life balance strategies?

 You can complete the entire video series in less than a half an hour, on-demand, whenever is most convenient to you.

When you sign up, you will be also be first in line to receive more free resources in August! 


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. 

In her blog, Notes from the School Psychologist, and online professional development course for school psychologists, The Thriving School Psychologist Collective, Rebecca collaborates with school psychologists across the country to help them move from surviving in the profession to thriving.  

 For more, visit www.thrivingschoolpsych.com