NASP "Ask the Experts" Webinar Series
School psychologists across the country are facing new realities in service delivery as they consider how to provide high-quality school psychological services during the pandemic. In response to this need, NASP has created a series of webinars designed to help school psychologists explore problems of practice related to the remote delivery of school psychological services. Each webinar is 30–45 minutes in length and is publicly available. The webinars are designed to:
- Address critical questions emerging as a result of the need to provide virtual telehealth school psychological services
- Provide advice and guidance from experts
- Offer suggested strategies and resources for addressing professional practice issues
NASP members will also be able to participate in discussion thread specific to each webinar in the NASP Member Exchange to continue exploring the issues and share ideas and strategies while we learn together.
(M) - NASP Members Only
Evidence-Based Self-Care Practices to Promote Wellness and Combat Stress and Burnout
This webinar will review some of the research related to stress and burnout and how school psychologists can practice and promote self-care to support their own personal mental health and the health of their colleagues.
Series: Return to SchoolLessons Learned From Supporting Students' Academic and Social–Emotional Needs in a Pandemic
This webinar will review some of the best practices we’ve discovered in supporting students over the last year, and it will offer some guidance on how school psychologists should respond as most schools in America return to in-person learning.
Series: Graduate EducationPracticum and Internship Experiences in the Era of COVID-19
This webinar will provide an overview of how school psychology graduate students and their supervisors can best support each other, and the students and teachers that they serve, during the pandemic.
Series: Return to SchoolSecondary Traumatic Stress and Staff Well-Being
An overview of how school systems and psychologists can best support staff well-being as they navigate the stress and burdens affecting school employees during their “COVID-19 style” return to school.
Series: Return to SchoolTier 3 Mental and Behavioral Health Interventions and Special Education
An overview of how school psychologists can prepare for returning to school and providing social–emotional learning and mental and behavioral health interventions for students with intensive needs, including students with disabilities.
Series: Return to SchoolTier 2 Social–Emotional Learning and Mental and Behavioral Health Interventions: Post COVID-19
Guidance on how to best provide Tier 2, targeted interventions, for students’ social–emotional and mental and behavioral health needs as students return to school in the fall.
Series: Return to SchoolThe Pandemic’s Impact on Special Education Evaluation and the Determination of Eligibility for SLD
Strategies for conducting reliable special education evaluations and determinations of eligibility for SLD when students return to school in the fall.
Series: Return to SchoolProviding Effective Social–Emotional and Behavioral Supports: Universal Screening and Tier 1 Interventions
Guidance on how to conduct screenings and provide Tier 1 interventions for students’ social–emotional and mental and behavioral health needs as students return to school in the fall.
Series: Return to SchoolSchool Reentry Considerations: Supporting Student Social–Emotional Learning and Mental Behavioral Health Amidst COVID-19
Guidance compiled by the American School Counselor Association (ASCA) and NASP on how to support the social emotional learning and mental and behavioral health needs of students and staff as they prepare for the return to school in the Fall.
Series: Return to SchoolClass-Wide Math Interventions Post COVID-19
Detailed information on how school psychologists can best approach class-wide math interventions as they prepare for the return to school in the fall.
Series: Return to SchoolClassroom Interventions for Writing: Post COVID-19
Detailed information of how school psychologists can best approach writing interventions as they prepare for the return to school in the fall.
Series: Return to SchoolThe Pandemic's Impact on Academic Interventions: Reading
Detailed information of how school psychologists can best approach reading interventions as they prepare for the return to school in the fall.
Series: Return to SchoolAcademic Screening Post COVID-19
Detailed information of how school psychologists can best approach academic screening as they prepare for the return to school in the fall.
The Pandemic’s Impact on Academic Instruction and Student Progress
An overview of academic issues to consider during the pandemic.
Strategies for Providing School Mental and Behavioral Telehealth Services
A review of the important considerations for school psychologists providing mental and behavioral telehealth services during the pandemic.
Responding to Death in the COVID-19 Context: Guidelines for Administrators and Crisis Teams
A review of the important considerations for administrators and crisis teams when responding to a death in the school community.
Care for the Caregivers: Information for School Leaders and Crisis Teams
This webinar will review the important self-care considerations for professionals responding to the COVID-19 crisis.
Behavioral Threat Assessment in the Virtual Environment
This webinar will review the eight-step process for conducting a behavioral threat assessment in a virtual environment.
Comprehensive Suicide Prevention and Intervention in a Time of Distance Learning
This webinar will review the step by step process for using NASP’s suicide prevention and intervention teleassessment protocols.
Strategies for Supporting Building Administrators When the Classroom Is Open but the School Doors Are Closed
This webinar offers advice to school psychologists as to how they can best support their principals during the pandemic.
Strategies for Supporting Teachers Delivering Remote Instruction
Review strategies that can be used by school psychologists to support teachers working with students in virtual classrooms.
Strategies for Engaging and Supporting Parents During the Pandemic
Review strategies that can be used to engage and support parents while their children are participating in distance learning.
Legal and Ethical Considerations for Remote School Psychological Services
This webinar examines legal and ethical issues to consider when providing remote school psychological services.
Wading Through a Sea of Ambiguity: Charting a Course for Special Education Services During a Pandemic
Guidance from special education administrators as to how to conceptualize the delivery of school psychological services for students with disabilities.
When One Door Closes and Another Opens: School Psychologists Providing Telehealth Services
This webinar explores the role of school psychologists as telehealth providers.