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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. 


Save the Date

May 8, 2020

Doubletree Hilton, Charlottesville VA


Dr. Steven Feifer


The Neuropsychology of Trauma

The Neuropsychology of Written Language


Online Registration open 2/11/20


Congratulations to VASP's School Psychologist of the Year!

Michelle Gamble Lee County VA




Congratulations to VASP's Graduate Student of the Year!

Brennyn Polachek Radford University





September is National Suicide Prevention Month

Check out the VDOE's Electronic Toolkit

http://www.vdh.virginia.gov/suicide-prevention/


and, their newly re-designed Suicide Prevention webpage

http://www.doe.virginia.gov/support/prevention/suicide/index.shtml

       Share the great work you're doing in the VDOE Survey   

                    And, read the Superintendent's Memo                                 


VASP Supports the NASP Exposure Project

Help local students learn about and develop an interest in a career in School Psychology



NASP Resources to speak with High School students and Undergraduates



Upcoming Events

Did you know you can earn CE credits by writing for the VASP newsletter? Due dates are Oct 30 for the fall issue and April 30 for spring.  Contact the editor, Amy Gabel, for more information!

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