Promote the Profession
School psychologists are uniquely qualified members of the school community, and crucial to helping students overcome barriers to learning and success. Use these resources to help promote your role in creating a thriving, safe school community.
Who Are School Psychologists?
Provides information on the expertise, services, and impact of school psychologists and is a great resource to spread awareness about your role in helping students achieve their best.
School Psychology: A Career That Makes a Difference
School psychologists can make a positive, lasting difference in children’s lives. They are a vital part of the effort to unlock each child’s potential for success. Share this brochure with information about what it takes to become a school psychologist and what a career in school psychology has to offer.
NASP Practice Model Brochure
Highlights key information from The NASP Model for Comprehensive and Integrated School Psychological Services, also known as the NASP Practice Model. Use this brochure to help promote the model and your role in providing comprehensive school psychological services.
The PREPaRE curriculum was developed as part of NASP's decade-long leadership in providing evidence-based resources and consultation related to school crisis prevention and response. PREPaRE training is ideal for schools committed to improving and strengthening their school safety and crisis management plans and emergency response.
NASP members are entitled to 50 brochures free of charge per year. For these and additional bulk order requests, please e-mail Loraine Tibbs with the title(s), desired quantity, and shipping information. Please note that requests are subject to availability.
To order free single copies of NASP brochures, visit the NASP store.
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National School Psychology Week 2020
This year, November 9–13, encourage your school to take part in School Psychology Awareness Week, and engage with the "The Power of Possibility" theme.
Communication Strategies & Resources
Effective communication is crucial to ensuring that administrators and other members of the school community understand your value and the value of the services you provide.
Advocacy Tools & Resources
Learn how to advocate for policies that allow school psychologists to provide the full range of services for which they are uniquely qualified.
New: NASP Exposure Project
NASP’s African American subcommittee of the Multicultural Affairs Committee launched the Exposure Project to expose high school students and undergraduates, especially those of diverse backgrounds, to school psychology. Consider presenting to high school students and undergraduates in your area to expose them to the field. Materials are available for download.
Supporting Indigenous Youth, Families, and Communities as Indigenous School Psychologists
This brochure discusses the role of Indigenous school psychologists.