Membership & Community

Membership FAQs

Do you have questions regarding membership categories, billing, member benefits or discounts on resources? Check out the NASP Membership FAQs and get answers to these and other frequently asked questions regarding NASP membership. Learn More

For Members and Prospective Members

PlaceholderNASP is here to support you through the school year and throughout your career. Our members include practicing school psychologists and school psychology trainers, graduate and undergraduate students, administrators, families, and allied professionals. We have domestic and international memberships, and invite professionals in all practice settings and career stages, including those who are retired or are not currently working, to be part of our organization.  

Get Involved With NASP

Placeholder There are many ways for NASP members to get more involved with NASP leadership, our organization as a whole, and your peer community. You can learn more about the NASP elections process and current candidates, and get information on how to engage with the association by writing for a publication, sharing your expertise, interacting with colleagues, advocating for the profession, and more. We also encourage you to participate in the NASP Communities, online forums where members can exchange ideas, share information, network, and support each other. 

Awards, Scholarships, and Grants

Placeholder NASP membership affords you the opportunity to apply for select awards, scholarships, and grants. Awards include the GPR Certificate of Appreciation, GPR Special Friend of Children Award, NASP Lifetime Achievement Award, Paul H. Henkin Memorial Scholarship, and School Psychologist of the Year Award. Graduate students can apply for a NASP-ERT Minority Scholarship or a Graduate Student Research Grant. Other resources are also available.

Other Connections

Placeholder You can use our searchable directory to locate practicing school psychologists near you who are bilingual, or apply to be added to this directory. If you would like to connect with an association at the state level, the websites for school psychology state associations are aggregated in one place for your convenience. Additionally, we offer a list of other resources that may be of assistance to you.

Resources

Resource Library
This collection of resources represents current handouts related to key topics in school psychology.

Books & Products
NASP Publications are your source for high-quality information on psychology and children's learning and mental health, and are discounted for all NASP members.

Online Learning Center
Earn NASP-approved CPD and learn about leading issues related to your practice.

NASP 2017 Annual Convention
The NASP 2017 Annual Convention is the largest gathering of professionals from the field of school psychology and is the perfect opportunity to sharpen your skills and refresh your practice.