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  1. California Association of School Psychologists

  2. YOU ARE CASP Be a part of the only organization working to ensure that school psychologists have a voice in Sacramento! 916/444-1595 Join CASP Today! Nearly 3,000 members

  3. CASP CASP has a long history of promoting the profession of school psychology and legislation and policies that are in the best interests of students from both academic and mental health perspectives. We strive to meet the needs of our members, and based on your feedback, we continue to make CASP more relevant to your needs as a school psychologist.

  4. CASP Services More online services, more information on issues that affect your job, more opportunities to make yourself more valuable in the workplace – all developed with you in mind. CASP has resources you need: Professional standards Ethics/Employment Relations Crisis Group Assessment Cultural and Linguistic Diversity Research Training and Accreditation

  5. CASP Member Benefits • CASP Website: is your connection to all things school psychology • This Week at CASP: Timely updates on school psychology and the association that arrive in your email weekly. • Contemporary School Psychology: Annual peer-reviewed journal on today’s issues in the profession.

  6. CASP Is You! As school psychologists, we have an ethical responsibility to update our skills and competencies through ongoing professional development. California’s students count on us for knowledge, resources, and ethical, competent practice. CASP provides resources for you to personalize your professional growth.

  7. Webinars CASP presenters bring you information you need, from the comfort of your home computer. Most courses are eligible or BBS and NCSP hours. More are added each year. Titles include: • SLD Eligibility Decisions: Differences Among Models • Educators and Self-Injury: Focus on Intervention • Navigating the Job Hunt and Thriving as a New School Psychologist • Promoting School Psychologists’ Competence During Legally Challenging IEPs And many more!

  8. More Ways to Learn with CASP Annual Convention Held each fall, the event brings together researchers, trainers, school psychologists and students to share best practices, knowledge and experience. Other CEU Opportunities CASP holds workshops throughout the state to assist members who need to satisfy licensing requirements.

  9. More CASP Benefits Services Legislative and Regulatory Representation Job Placement Bulletin School Psychology Information and Referral Service Survey Opportunities Additional Publications LEP Study Guide School Psychology Internship Manual Resource Papers and Hot Sheets Public Awareness CASP works to target information to specific groups about the profession and school psychology’s valuable contribution to the educational process

  10. CASP Profile The California Association of School Psychologists, was founded in 1953 and is headquartered in Sacramento. CASP is the largest statewide organization of school psychologists in the nation. With membership of 1,600, CASP represents the interest of the state’s school psychologists – professionals dedicated to improving the mental health and educational experience for all students.

  11. CASP Scholarship Programs and Grants • Scientist-Practitioner Research Grant • Michael Goodman Memorial Research Award California School Psychology Foundation • Cultural and Linguistic Diversity Scholarship • Paul Henkin Convention Scholarship • School Psychology Mini-Grants • Contributions to children in need throughout the world

  12. CASP Regions and Affiliates These are your connections to local school psychology groups Region I Sonoma County Association of School Psychologists Region II Santa Clara County Association of School Psychologists Region III Central Valley Affiliate Stanislaus County Association of School Psychologists Region IV Los Angeles Association of School Psychologists Region V Greater Long Beach Association of School Psychologists Foothill Association of School Psychologists South Bay Association of School Psychologists Region VI Riverside Association of School Psychologists San Bernardino County Association of School Psychologists Region VII San Diego Association of School Psychologists Region VIII Ventura County Association of School Psychologists Region IX Orange County Association of School Psychologists Region X Delta Area Association of School Psychologists Sierra Gold Association of School Psychologists

  13. Join or Renew Today! CASP CANNOT CONTINUE TO PROVIDE THESE SERVICES WITHOUT YOUR MEMBERSHIP! JOIN OR RENEW TODAY! If you have questions about your CASP membership and the various services and benefits of membership, please call the CASP office at (916) 444-1595 or email We're here to serve you.

  14. 1020 12th St., Suite 200, Sacramento, 95814 916/444-1595 (phone) * 916/444-1597 (fax) Suzanne M. Fisher, Executive Director