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SEEing to Lead

Jul 5, 2021

Dr. Price completed her doctorate in School Psychology at William James College in August of 2015, following a year-long clinical internship at Walden Behavioral Care (a residential eating disorders clinic).

For the past 20 years, Dr. Price has worked as a school psychologist at Whitman-Hanson Regional High School, in Whitman, MA.  In her role, Dr. Price is involved in a number of activities, including: assessment, counseling, consultation, supervision of school psychology interns, and mentoring of staff. She is also a Crisis Team and Student/Teacher Assistance Team member. She travels around the country, presenting to associations and school districts on positive psychology, eating disorders, and self-injurious behaviors.

Dr. Price has been involved in leadership at both the state and national level, and is currently the NASP President 2020-2021.

Key Takeaways

  • Keep a running list of small winds.
  • You are capable of more than you think
  • Negative emotions are Velcro and positive ones are Teflon
  • Have a wins folder
  • Everyone needs to get a mentor
  • Don't forget how to empathize with new teachers
  • Everyone has a history that they are bringing to the current situation
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