When back-to-school shopping includes buying “cute face shields,” you know this year will be different.
You might be wondering how you are going to manage an insane backlog of assessments, the unprecedented social-emotional needs of students and staff, and the real challenge of work/life balance (especially if you’re going to be working from home!).
I don’t know what’s going to happen this year. But what I do know is that as a school psychologist, you’re going to need more support than ever in managing your workload and staying in balance.
That is why I want to share with you what hundreds of school psychologists I’ve worked with in the Thriving School Psychologist Collective community have learned:
⏰ How to work smarter (not harder!) to meet assessment deadlines (and not write reports on evenings and weekends)
🤓 Proven ways to reduce stress and increase enjoyment of the job by carving out time for passion projects with students, AND
🧡 Strategies to build self-care in your workday (even when you think you don’t have time)
Being a school psychologist is challenging under normal circumstances. Being a school psychologist in a pandemic requires even more strategic planning to prevent yourself from burning out so you can be there for your students.
Join me for my newly revised FREE webinar, The 4 Pillars of a Thriving School Psychologist to learn how you can manage your caseload and stay in balance (yes, even in a global pandemic).
And if you attended the webinar before, this a BRAND NEW version! There’s some organizational strategies updates and inspirational stories of how real school psychs transformed their careers to do more than testing–all without leaving their districts!
Join me in this free one hour webinar to learn how to manage your workload and stay in balance…no matter what the “new normal” looks like this fall.
In the webinar, you’ll also hear more about how to join the August 2020 cohort of Thriving School Psychologist Collective, a year-long professional learning community JUST for school psychs. 🎉
You seriously do NOT have to figure it all out alone this year. An hour (ish!) of your time now will get you in the right headspace for whatever comes this fall.
“See” you in the webinar…since it’s virtual, no cute Harry Potter face masks required. 😉