Our Friends Events

NHASP has worked for many years with similar organizations in NH, around New England, and nationally. Many of these organizations host professional development events that may be of interest. We post those here with links for registration when we can. NHASP does not have responsibility for the content of these events. 

Please contact  if you would like to have your event listed here.   

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CURRENTLY SCHEDULED MASP CONFERENCES

Maine Association of School Psychologists

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The NH Children's Behavioral Health Collaborative  has a growing list of events in NH. 

This includes professional development events as well as other community events and advocacy activities.  

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CURRENTLY SCHEDULED ASAIF CONFERENCES


http://www.asaif.net/events

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MSPA- Western Massachusetts

 mspa.wildapricot.org 

NHASP members can register at the member price.


If you have any questions, please contact us at mspawest@gmail.com

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NH Children's Trust Summit 2017

Resilient Communities: The Prevention Connection



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