Your membership helps support the entire school psychology profession and enables school psychologists to support all children, schools, and families.
Membership gives you access to resources, discounted professional development, the latest news and research in the profession, and the ability to connect with a network of 24,500 colleagues.
Note. Join/renew now for benefits through June 30, 2024.
Starting Your Career
Starting out in school psychology is rewarding and challenging. Student and early career members receive special reduced membership dues to help keep more money in your pocket. Receive monthly issues of Student News or Early Career News; read through career-focused fact sheets to help you through your graduate training, internship, and beyond; connect with your peers in special Communities just for you; seek professional guidance through the NASP Mentorship Program; and take advantage of even deeper discounts on the convention (if you’re a student member), NCSP application, and more.
Research and Practice Benefits
Our most popular publication, Communiqué is mailed to members eight times a year. You can also access current and archived issues over the last decade on our website.
NASP in Brief
Our weekly e-newsletter features a roundup of resources, guidance, news, advocacy efforts, and more to keep you abreast of developments in the profession.
Discounted Professional Development
Members receive deep discounts on NASP publications, in-person and virtual event registrations, Online Learning Center content, and NCSP applications and renewals.
Graduate students and researchers can explore colleagues’ research findings in a visual format with exclusive access to our virtual poster series.
Access resources to guide your work with social justice and equity, mental and behavioral health, special education, early childhood populations, safety and crisis, and more.
Receive access to School Psychology Review, the Journal of Applied School Psychology, and the Journal of Educational and Psychological Consultation.
Download or stream more than 250 podcast episodes with experts in the profession. Play on your computer or download to listen on-the-go.
Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion at the Forefront
In 2017, the NASP Board of Directors adopted Social Justice as a Strategic Goal for the organization and in 2019, the Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion Implementation Task Force was developed. View more information about the task force recommendations and continued implementation of these initiatives.
Task Force Recommendations
The Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion (EDI) podcast series is available on demand and explores a range of school psychology topics from an EDI lens. Episodes can be streamed or downloaded to your phone. Accessible to everyone.
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Diversifying the profession is critical to serving students in the field. Student members from diverse backgrounds are encouraged to apply for the Minority Scholarship Program, which seeks to lower financial barriers to training and highlight the accomplishments of promising future professionals.
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Other Member Benefits
National and state advocacy leaders discuss the current education policy landscape and help school psychologists incorporate advocacy into their daily practice.
NASP partners with two organizations to offer NASP members special discounted rates for professional liability insurance and other offerings.
All members, aside from Allied Professional and Student Associate members, are eligible to vote for future NASP leaders (president-elect, state delegates, and other office positions when applicable).
Through NASP’s partnership with Taylor & Francis Group, the publisher of School Psychology Review, members receive a 30% discount on books and e-books published on Routledge.com.