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  • NASP Hosts Congressional Briefing on School Safety

    On Wednesday, May 2, NASP, in collaboration with the National Association of Secondary School Principals, hosted a Congressional Briefing entitled "Beyond Metal Detectors: Strategies to Enhance School Climate and Safety" ...

  • Trauma and the Role of the School Psychologist

    Volume 46 Issue 7

    Volume 46 Issue 7

    In a previous article (Diamanduros, Tysinger, &Tysinger, 2018), we described the effects that trauma exposure can have on children, the risk and protective factors that influence the impact of trauma, and the responses to trauma that children can exhibit at home and in school. The present article fo ...

  • Supporting High School Students in Accelerated Courses

    Volume 46 Issue 6

    Volume 46 Issue 6

    Implementing a full continuum of school-based mental health services includes the provision of universal supports for all students, as well as tiered supports for students at risk for academic or emotional decline; however, some students may be overlooked due to their high academic achievement, comp ...

  • NASP Influence on Efforts to Reduce Violence and Improve School Safety

    The nationwide response to the school shooting in Parkland, Florida represents a potential turning point in how policy makers are responding to calls for efforts to improve school safety and violence. ...

  • Arming School Psychologists

    All of my training on systems prevention and response had not prepared me for the harsh reality of seeing the physical and psychological devistation that violence can bring to a community. I decided then and there that, though I couldn't change the landscape of this situation, I was left with only o ...

  • Advocacy in Action at the 2018 Convention

    NASP recently wrapped up another successful annual convention in Chicago, Illinois. This was NASP's best attended convention with over 6,500 school psychologists gathered to engage in professional development, networking and advocating for some of the many issues that concern school psychologists. ...

  • Real-time Advocacy Part 1

    This will be a two-part blog. In this first part, I will discuss the early planning and foundation-laying efforts that one state goernment and professional relations (GPR) committee is doing to enhance its advocacy efforts ...

  • Book Review: Relaxation: A Comprehensive Manual for Children and Adults With Autism and Other Developmental Disabilities, (2nd Ed.)

    Volume 46 Issue 5

    Volume 46 Issue 5

    This is a book review of Relaxation: A Comprehensive Manual for Children and Adults With Autism and Other Developmental Disabilities, (2nd Ed.). ...

  • Leadership and Advocacy Tools and Resources

    If you have a passion for the profession and are interested in getting more involved as an advocate and/or leader, NASP has generated resources to help support you in this endeavor. ...

  • 2017 Policy Wrap Up

    For many working in education, it has felt like our nation's public schools have been under attack. It is easy to feel defeated, but school psychologists appear more energized than ever in ensuring that all schools are equipped to meet the comprehensive needs of all students. ...

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