Register now: CASP Fall Conference in conjunction with the University of Hartford - Creating and Implementing a Full Continuum of SRBI for Behavior - Friday November 11, 2016 with Dr. Randy Sprick 

Connecticut Association of School Psychologists

CASP is the only organization that advocates for School Psychologists in the State of Connecticut. By becoming involved in CASP you become part of the larger community of school psychologists in and around Connecticut.

Over the past several years we have hosted professional conferences with focuses on: Professional ethics - ŸFunctional behavioral assessments Ÿ - Interventions for children on the Autism Spectrum Ÿ- PREPaRE training related to school crisis prevention and response Ÿ - Newest editions of the WISC-V & Woodcock-Johnson-IV (cognitive and academic) Ÿ- Legal and Ethical considerations for School-Based Mental Health Employees - Presentations by NASP presidents on Suicide prevention - Ÿ Helping transgender students succeed  

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What is CASP doing for School Psychologists in Connecticut?

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Join colleagues in supporting the profession of school psychology including the mental health and educational needs of children.  CASP membership allows you to have a voice in shaping school psychology in Connecticut. 

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Already a Member: To update your member profile click the “Join” link and you will see an option to edit your profile.  

Networking opportunities at CASP meetings, conferences, and regional social gatherings, in addition to the listserv, social media, and the member directory. Each year at the NASP Annual Convention we host a social mixer to bring members from across the state together. Be on the lookout for other social mixers throughout the year!  

The CASP Listserv provides password protected member-only electronic networking opportunities. Information related to case studies, outside referrals, job opportunities, and professional development is regularly discussed on the listserv.

The Connecticut School Psychologist publication contains news of current activities of the organization, reports from CASP committees, and the latest research and practice of Connecticut school psychologists.

Continuing professional development opportunities. NASP approved CPD credits are provided to participating school psychologists and participation certificates are provided to other professionals.  NASP CPD’s can be used for application or renewal of NCSP credentials. Registration fee discounts are provided to members.

Networking opportunities at CASP meetings, conferences, and regional social gatherings, in addition to the listserv, social media, and the member directory. Each year at the NASP Annual Convention we host a social mixer to bring members from across the state together. Be on the lookout for other social mixers throughout the year!

Legislative lobbying at the state level monitors bills and laws that impact children and families and your work as a school psychologist in the state, including education reform, special education laws, mental health, and teacher evaluations. By working with a lobbyist the legislative committee tracks bills and provides testimony regarding proposed initiatives that may be favorable or unfavorable to our profession. Some testimonies that have been put forth include topics related to MFT licensure, professional development and in-service, and the delay to kindergarten enrollment. Membership is integral piece in funding the legislative committee and our relationship with the lobbyist.


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