Professional Development

Upcoming Events

  • NASP 2017 Annual Convention
    February 21–24, 2017
    Save the date for the NASP 2017 Annual Convention in San Antonio, TX. Network with 5,000 of your peers and choose from 1,200+ educational sessions.

  • Live Webinar on Trauma-Informed Approaches
    March 31, 2:00–3:00 p.m. EDT
    Join us for a live webinar on trama-informed approaches to building safe and supportive schools.

  • NASP 2017 Summer Conference in Cincinnati
    July 10–12, 2017
    Save the date for the NASP 2017 Summer Conference in Cincinnati, OH. Earn up to 18 hours of documented CPD at this conference for advanced practitioners.

  • NASP 2017 Summer Conference in Las Vegas
    July 24–26, 2017
    Save the date for the NASP 2017 Summer Conference in Las Vegas, NV. Earn up to 18 hours of documented CPD at this conference for advanced practitioners.

On Demand

  • Legal and Ethical Challenges: From the Court to the Schools
    When dealing with legal or ethical issues, this session will help participants consider recent court rulings, risk factors in practice, court strategies for testimony, assessment models, and comorbidity in assessment of emotional disturbance.

  • Implementation Integrity Within MTSS: Roles and Tools for School Psychologists
    Participants in this podcast discuss the significance of and leadership roles for school psychologists in ensuring the integrity of MTSS implementation.

  • Suicide Risk Assessment
    Given that making the distinction between suicidal thoughts and the risk for a suicidal behavior can be a life and death matter, this session provides school psychologists with a critical understanding of the warning signs, risk factors, protective factors, and other components necessary for a comprehensive suicide risk assessment.

  • Supervisor Bootcamp: Practical Skills for Effective Supervision
    This session helps new and experienced school psychology supervisors build strong supervisory relationships, address problems of professional competence with struggling supervisees, and engage in culturally responsive supervision.

  • My Journey: Making Mental Health Essential Health
    Keynote speaker the Honorable Patrick J. Kennedy discusses why mental health is critical to the health and wellbeing of all Americans, public policy imperatives, and his own journey toward mental health and recovery.