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Frequently Asked Questions - Using the NASP Website

How do I log into the website?

How do I retrieve my password?

How do I change my password?

How do I join a NASP Interest Group?

Where on the website can I find information on a certain topic/practice area?

What is the NASP Advocacy Action Center?

How do I log into the website?

To log in to the website, click the words “Log In,” shown just above the grey menu on the left. You will be prompted to enter a Username and Password. In most cases, your six digit membership number serves as both your Username and Password. Your membership number can be found on your membership card and the mailing labels of the School Psychology Review and Communiqué.

How do I retrieve my password?

You can retrieve your password by clicking “Log in” and then “Forgot Your Password?” In order to retrieve your password, NASP must have your e-mail address on record. If you need assistance, please contact us at membership@naspweb.org, (301) 657-0270, or (866) 331-NASP (toll free).

How do I change my password?

Once you are logged in, you can change your password by clicking the “Change Password” link on the grey menu on the front page.

How do I join a NASP Interest Group?

Information about interest groups can be found here. Interest Groups use online communities and Annual Convention activities to enable NASP members to come together around common interests and practice areas.

Where on the website can I find information on a certain topic/practice area?

There are three ways you can look for information on a particular topic or practice area. The first is the NASP Resource Library, which lists various resources and materials, all organized by topic. The second is the website search tool, which is located in the top right corner of all NASP pages; simply enter a relevant keyword and let this Google-powered tool retrieve materials for you. Finally, there may be a NASP Interest Group for your area of concern, allowing you to get feedback from colleagues around the country.

What is the NASP Advocacy Action Center?

The NASP Advocacy Action Center is an online service that enables you to take an active role and communicate with legislators on issues of concern.