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CQ_SpotlightHow Do School Psychologists Use Social Networking Sites?
This article outlines etiquette for using social networks, implications for graduate educators, future directions, and a summary of school psychology accounts to check out.

CQ_SpotlightContinuum of DBT Services for School-Based Settings to Address Emotion Regulation Skills
This podcast covers the continuum of possible SEL services ranging from the universal level to those specifically targeted at emotional and behavioral disorders or difficulties.

ResourcesSafe and Supportive Schools for LGBTQ+ Students
The victimization that occurs at school puts LGBTQ+ students at risk for negative mental health outcomes and reduced academic success. This brief discusses the school psychologist’s role in turning around these negative trajectories by helping to foster a positive school climate.

CQ_SpotlightLeadership Development in Graduate Education
The formal development of leadership skills for school psychology graduate students is becoming a necessity. This article presents numerous leadership opportunities for graduate students and next steps to take.

PodcastTrauma 101: Preparing Your School for Trauma-Informed Service Delivery
This podcast provides information on how to implement and evaluate continuing professional development aimed at creating consensus for and commitment to trauma-informed approaches in schools.

Trauma Sensitive SchoolsTrauma-Sensitive Schools Infographic
Share this infographic with stakeholders to explain the characteristics of trauma-sensitive schools as well as the role of the school psychologist.

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ResolutionAffirming the Rights to Safe and Supportive Schools and Communities for All Students
This resolution reaffirms that NASP is a nonpartisan organization with a commitment to advocating for the rights, well-being, and educational and mental health needs of all students.

Session Recording PackagesExperience the Convention at Home
If you couldn’t join us in San Antonio this week, preorder a Session Recording Package and watch select sessions for documented CPD! Sessions will be available in April.

WebinarWebinar on Trauma-Informed Schools
Register for a live webinar on Friday, March 31, 2:00–3:00 p.m. EDT to learn trauma-informed approaches to building safe and supportive schools.

What's New

On-Demand SessionNASP Strongly Disagrees With Decision to Rescind Federal Guidance Related to Title IX Protections for Transgender Students
NASP is disappointed the Trump Administration has rescinded the Guidance, issued in May 2016, clarifying that Title IX discrimination protections apply to transgender youth.

Press ReleaseSpecial Education Law Webcast
Join us this Friday, Feb. 24, 3:00–4:20 p.m. EST, for a live webcast from the NASP convention. Follow along with on-site attendees for a presentation on special education law and manifestation determination meetings.

Mentor ProgramFind a Professional Mentor
Have you explored NASP’s new Find-a-Mentor program? Search our directory of available mentors and meet however you see fit—online or in person.

Quick_TipsQuick Tips: Building Capacity for Practice
Struggling to communicate your role or to advocate for school psychologists in your district? Use our crosswalk to learn how ESSA connects with the role of school psychologists working within the scope of services described in the NASP Practice Model.

About NASP

The National Association of School Psychologists (NASP) represents and supports the profession of school psychology by advancing effective practices to improve students' learning, behavior and mental health, and by maintaining essential standards for ethics and practice. Read more

The NASP Practice Model

The NASP Model for Comprehensive and Integrated School Psychological Services, also known as the NASP Practice Model, represents NASP's official policy regarding the delivery of school psychological services. NASP has developed this implementation guide as a resource to help school psychologists through the process of advocating for and implementing the model in their school or district.