Work Smarter, not Harder this School Year: Free Webinar for School Psychologists!

Hey School Psych Friend!

  • Do you feel like you are always one Excel spreadsheet or Google Doc away from being organized???
  • Do you feel like you are always playing catch-up and never feel on top of your caseload?
  • As you think about this upcoming school year, are you worried you will fall back into old habits that you know aren’t great for your self-care (I’m looking at YOU, weekend report writing!).
  • Want strategies to do everything you want to do at work with fidelity, not frazzle???

I want to share with you what hundreds of school psychologists I’ve worked with in the Thriving School Psychologist Collective community have learned about how to work smarter (not harder!) to meet assessment deadlines using organizational and technology hacks, how to reduce stress and increase enjoyment of the job because they are freeing up time to do passion projects with students, AND increasing overall happiness by actually having a personal life too!

It is possible to be free from writing reports in the evenings, on breaks, or on the weekends.

It is possible to spend less time doing mundane and repetitive paperwork so you can focus on what you love to do—being champions for children and supporting educators and families.

 

For a limited time, join me for a FREE webinar for school psychologists to learn how you can move from being a “testing machine” to having the freedom to do meaningful work with students, families, and school staff.

You don’t have to muddle through another year alone, hoping things will someday be different!

You have the power to change your career from within—even in the most challenging of school districts.

Let this  be the year that you stop feeling like you’re never getting enough done even though you’re working constantly!

Join me for the FREE one-hour Four Pillars of a Thriving School Psychologist webinar and get the mindset and skills you need to have a relaxing break and a more successful school year! No more drowning in paperwork!

And if you attended the webinar before, there’s some great new tools and bonus offerings as well!

At the end of the webinar, I’ll be sharing how you can join the August cohort of the Thriving School Psychologist Collective course and community and earn 12 NASP-approved CEUs too…hurrah!

In this power-hour of PRACTICAL strategies, you will learn:

-The 3 critical behaviors to cut down on report-writing time so that you aren’t ruining your evenings and weekends with work

-The single best way to get more quality time with students so you can see kids and not just their paperwork

-Top 5 time management hacks for school psychologists so that you can streamline and automate redundant and mundane tasks

nasp approved CEUs

Don’t let those back-to-school ads make you panic…I got you! 😉

Click here to find the date and time that works best for you.

Thi webinar is available only for a limited time, so sign up now!

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Comments on Work Smarter, not Harder this School Year: Free Webinar for School Psychologists!

  1. Nicole Alley says:

    Hi Rebecca,

    I am currently a School Psychologist Intern in two rural, trauma-riddled and low SES communities that are plagued with the notion that SPED services are extra “help,” rather than identifying their children with a disability. My districts are at 21 and 22%, which places me at about 70 triennials a year in addition to requests for initials on a regular basis. I am doing my best to stay organized, but my districts are VERY dysfunctional and I’m having an incredibly difficult time staying afloat. I went to view your webinar, but each time I try to “click” on it, but I keep getting rerouted to the subscription page for your newsletter. I have signed up a couple times, but it seems to be a dead end after that. Do you archive your webinars in any specific place? It is quite possible my executive functioning is deflated right now and I totally overlooked it.

    1. Rebecca says:

      Hi Nicole! This webinar is broadcast only a few times a year, so it’s not archived anywhere. Good news? I will be broadcasting it again soon…so be sure to sign up for the newsletter and you’ll get an email announcing when it’s available again. Seems like with 70 tris and initials, it could be helpful…that’s a lot!

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