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We will soon unveil our new website for the Vermont Association of School Psychologists. You will still find us at VASPONLINE.ORG, but with a new look and all the features of both VASPONLINE.ORG and VASPONLINE.WILDAPRICOT.ORG.

The first phase begins March 7, 2015, with a completion date by the first week of May 2015. You can still use this site to sign up for the Spring Conference, renew your membership, connect to NASP, access listserve, and so forth. Please let us know what you think, and we appreciate your patience as we make these changes.

VASP is affiliated with the
National Association of School Psychologists.


VASP was organized to address the needs of school psychologists in Vermont and to:

  • Serve the mental health and educational needs of all children and youth;
  • Encourage and provide opportunities for the professional growth of members;
  • To inform the public about the services and practice of school psychology;
  • Advance the standards of the profession of school psychology.
  • VASP, through its members, has a goal of providing leadership and direction in addressing the needs of children and schools in the provision of school psychological services.
  • VASP also provides continuing education workshops on school-related issues; disseminates information to members on local, state, and national issues related to the profession; and fosters communication among Vermont psychologists and school psychologists who are engaged in school-based practice, in whole or in part.
What's New?

VASP Spring Conference - May 1, 2015

Castleton State College

School Psychology Practice in Vermont - A Changing Landscape

Beyond Individual Assessment: A Systems Level Role
for School Psychologists

Presenters: Louise Vojtisek, M.A., NCSP, Jennifer Patenaude, M.A

Sign up on our Events page today!

Castleton State College

Coming October 28, 2015 VASP Fall Conference!
Steve Feifer is back to Vermont to present on
the neuropsychology of math learning disabilities!

Sign up coming soon!
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