Winning Back to School Transition

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It’s that time of year again – back to school! We are sure that as we welcome the 2019-2020 school year, we are full of expectations that can either be exciting or stressful.

The start of the school year is a transition for everyone.  From the freedom of the summer season to the measured routines of school.  Many educators and students handle transition very smoothly, but it can still be a little rough for some.

So while the water is still calm, here are some articles that may help you get through this transition time.  Dr. Branstetter of thrivingschoolpsyh.com adds some humor to her writing of Back to School Tips for School Psychologists that it even may apply to other school therapists.  It is so funny that you may realize how badly you really needed these tips.   Additionally, theinspiredtreehouse.com has a comprehensive list of the ultimate resource for teachers and therapists.  You might want to check this article out as well to ease the transition jitters of your students.

 

Back to School Tips for School Psychologists

Back To School Tips: The Ultimate Resource For Teachers And Therapists

 

We are not affiliated with any of the bloggers, therapists, or organizations mentioned in this article.  We share these articles with you to start another school year with fewer worries and more excitement! As we wish you a colorful and fantastic school year,  take it from Dr. Seuss, “You have brains in your head. You have feet in your shoes. You can steer yourself any direction you choose.”

 

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