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VASP supports school psychologists in promoting and advocating for the educational and mental health development of all Virginia's students, schools, families, and communities. 




Stay tuned for the second round of the VASP Social Justice Book Club!

Keep a look out for the upcoming Check-In (a member's-only perk) for your chance to vote on our next book selection!


The book club is open to all. The fee for the general public is $10, and members can join for free. If you'd like to become a member of VASP, please click here.



School Psychology Unified Anti-Racism Statement

and Call to Action 


VASP Statement Regarding Social Justice

THANK YOU to those that attended the VASP Fall Conference

We hope you enjoyed it!


VASP Fall 2022 Southwest Regional Workshop:

"Best Practices in Assessment of 'More Challenging' Students"

and "Special Topics in School Psychology"

Click Here for Workshop Description

November 16, 2022

Abingdon, VA

Scroll down to Upcoming Events to Register Online

or register via paper by downloading the Workshop Description



SAVE THE DATE

VASP Spring Conference

April 28, 2023

Doubletree by Hilton

Charlottesville, Virginia


Celebrating Virginia's School Psychologists


Congratulations to Virginia's School Psychologist of the Year!


Dr. Terri Hodges Fairfax County Public Schools


The Virginia Academy of School Psychologists awarded Dr. Terri Hodges the Academy’s School Psychologist of the Year Award for the 2021-2022 school year.


Dr. Hodges, an employee of Fairfax County Public Schools, serves the Fort Belvoir Upper Elementary School which serves families on the military installation. Nomination materials cited her services addressing the unique needs and stresses of military families including frequent moves and deployments.  


Dr. Hodges co-founded and co-facilitates the regular meetings of the garrison’s process action team for children’s social emotional wellness. Administrators, teachers and co-workers submitted letters supporting her nomination.


The award was given September 27 at the Academy’s Fall Convention meeting in Hot Springs, Virginia.  As Virginia’s winner this year Dr. Hodges becomes the Commonwealth’s nominee for the national award. 




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