On this episode we discuss some specific strategies that can help to reduce overall stress and burnout as a school psychologist. Last episode, we discussed a lot of the challenges of this career. While there are some things that will always make our career difficult or that may take a while to change systematically, it's not all out of our control. There are some things we can do to help ourselves out! Let’s plan to make this year better for ourselves. What’s one thing you could do? Listen to learn more.
Make sure to check out the previous episodes on the podcast:
Episode 5: Benefits of Being a School Psychologist
Episode 6: Challenges of Being a School Psychologist
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