I see a new therapist that I found through my insurance today. Her sessions are more costly, but she has 20 plus years experience. I am nervouse about seeing her and don't quite know what to expect. Here's hoping that it goes well.
Secondly, I am tired of other employees other than my supervisors telling me what to do. All this week, I was in another classroom, because our funding source was visiting and I am "not qualified" to work in my regular classroom. I have been working with children since high school, I was a year away from my Type 04 teaching degree, I have my Master of Social Work degree and yet I am still considered to be under qualified?!I Apparently, credentials that are seen on paper trump having a wealth of experience in early childhood education!
Anyway... the teacher from the classroom that I was working in kept reprimanding me for frivolous things and I ended up getting in trouble for an incident involving two children in the classroom. I am very dedicated to the well being of those children at the agency that I serve and they seem to get a long well with me. I am no threat to the other teachers and I do what they ask of me. Why am I always the one getting in trouble?!! I can't wait to go back to my regular classroom.
I am in the process of getting a credential to ensure my job security, but it takes a lot of time to complete. The requirements needed to earn the credential cost $1,000.00 altogether and many steps are involved in order to obtain it. I am getting this credential on my own and I can't wait until I receive it so that I don't have to worry about switching classrooms anymore due to "not being qualified".