Vermont Association
of School Psychologists

ANNOUNCEMENT


New Endorsement for Vermont School Psychologist License:

Many thanks to everyone from our organization who helped create the new endorsement!  

School Psychology Final Endorsement.docx

Any questions about licensing should be directed  to: Patrick.Halladay@state.vt.us 


VASP is affiliated with the
National Association of School Psychologists


OUR MISSION

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.
NASP-State-Affiliate

Great resource from NASP Communities and APA:

20 Psychological Principles that Will Help Students Learn More Effectively.

This is an amazing resource put out by the Center for Psychology in Schools and Education, American Psychological Association

http://psychlearningcurve.org/2015/09/28/these-psychological-principles-will-help-your-students-learn-more-effectively/


NASP Events & Activities


  • NASP Applauds Passage of the Every Student Succeeds Act (ESSA) (see the final 12/9/15 document on the NASP webpage)
  • Check out the NEW NASP webpage at www.nasponline.org 
  • Come to New Orleans in February for the NASP Convention!









What's New?

Spring Conference Coming Soon!



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