Retired NCSP Information
The NCSP (retired) designation allows retired NCSPs to continue to identify themselves as persons who have met the national standard of their profession. The official title of this designation is "Nationally Certified School Psychologist (Retired)" or "NCSP (Retired)."
Nationally Certified School Psychologists are eligible for NCSP (Retired) status when the following requirements are met:
- All public or private remunerative activity as a school psychologist has ceased.
- Has held the NCSP credential for the last nine (or more) consecutive years.
- The applicant is an NCSP in good standing at the time the application is received in the NASP office.
To apply for NCSP (Retired) status, download the application form. Mail the completed application and a one-time fee of $49 for members and $69 for nonmembers to NASP, P.O. Box 79469, Baltimore, MD 21279-0469.
Those with an NCSP (Retired) status can convert their NCSP (Retired) status to a full NCSP status by completing the current CPD requirements and paying the appropriate renewal fee.