NASP is pleased to be officially recognized by the Council for Higher Education Accreditation (CHEA) as an accrediting organization for specialist level and doctoral level degree programs in school psychology.
High profile acts of violence, can confuse and frighten children who may feel in danger or worry that their friends or loved-ones are at risk. They will look to adults for information and guidance on how to react. This resource gives tips to adults to support children after violent acts.
School psychologists are uniquely trained to deliver high quality mental and behavioral health services in the school setting to ensure all students have the support they need to be successful. Brush up on resources to support students' mental health.
Although self-care is commonly promoted as a mitigating factor to support educators, it cannot be the only response to teacher well-being. This article focuses on systems change strategies, based on research indicating that systems change is fundamental to reducing distress and improving the overall well-being of educators and administrators.
This article looks at general educator and special educator expectations for youth with ADHD. Researchers surveyed educators about common classroom expectations and informal adjustments to expectations for students with and without ADHD. The study found special educators more likely to reduce student expectations than general education teachers.
Less than one month left to register for this two-day virtual summer learning intensive for experienced practitioners seeking practical, evidence-based skills around mental and behavioral health services. Attendees of this event can earn up to 22 hours of CPD credit.
Register Now! This virtual training is focused on developing the advocacy skills, strategies, and state association system supports necessary create equitable access to school mental health services. Learn more about all this year’s Advocacy Academy has to offer—including both preacademy and live content.
Join us on June 8 from 3:00–4:00 p.m. EDT for this live webinar on the roles and responsibilities of interpreters and translators and those who use them in educational settings.
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
NASP Practice Model
The NASP Model for Comprehensive and Integrated School Psychological Services (PDF), 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.
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. The model was updated as part of the NASP 2020 Professional Standards revision and builds on the success of the 2010 standards in advancing the comprehensive role of school psychologists across the country.