134: Top Five Testing Tasks for a Virtual Assistant

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Hot on the heels of last week’s episode on knowing WHEN you need a VA, we’re talking today about some of the most important tasks in your testing practice that you can delegate to a VA. These are all tasks that tend to eat up lots of time in our schedules and are highly trainable. They’re also fairly easy to …

133: International Assessments Series #3: School Psychology in Russia w/ Dr. Joseph Graybill

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Welcome to the last episode in our international assessment series! Dr. Joseph Graybill is conducting assessments at a school in Moscow, Russia, where he has lived and worked for the last two years after moving from New Jersey. We talk through the ins and outs of being an expat school psychologist, which I find completely fascinating. Some of the topics …

132: When Do You Need a Virtual Assistant?

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We’ve talked a few times about virtual assistants here on the podcast, but really, I can’t say enough about them. Remember last week when I mentioned how people often ask how I get so much done? Well, the truth is that I’m not personally doing as much as it looks like I’m doing. A big part of my task management …

131: International Assessment Series #2: Assessment in South Africa w/ Michelle Ireland

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Welcome to the second episode of our international assessment series! Today’s guest is Michelle Ireland, an early-career educational psychologist practicing in South Africa. Similar to last week’s episode, we talk through many of the clinical and cultural nuances of the country as they relate to psychological assessment. Here are just a few things we touch on: Education needed to become …

130:Maximize Your Schedule by “Time Blocking”

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“Jeremy, how do you do SO MANY things??” I’ve heard some version of this question too many times to count over the past few years. A big part of the answer is simple: time blocking. Time blocking is a big reason that I can do 3-4 evaluations a month, run a 15-person group practice, host a podcast, provide individual and …

129: International Assessment Series #1: Assessment in Australia w/ Debbie Anderson

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Welcome to the International Assessment Series! Over the next three episodes, I’ll be talking with clinicians from different countries around the world to get an idea of how they practice. Guests hail from Australia, South Africa, and Russia. If you haven’t subscribed to the podcast, now is a great time to do so in order to catch all of these …

127: Essentials of Traumatic Brain Injury w/ Dr. Katie Scott

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The world of traumatic brain injuries is complex and nuanced. Dr. Katie Scott, a neuropsychologist at the University of Michigan’s Mary A. Rackham Institute, is here to talk through the essentials of this multi-layered area. She also provided a fantastic resources list for the Cool Things Mentioned section. Here are just a few pieces that we touch on during our …

TTP#126 Ideas and Precautions for Returning to In-Person Assessment

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The COVID-19 pandemic has been a complete rollercoaster for many of us. As some parts of the country are returning to in-person assessment, we’re now scrambling to figure out what assessment looks like in the age of social distancing. I’ve gathered a number of ideas, both from research and anecdotal situations, to share with those of you considering a return …