NHASP sponsors Professional Development opportunities several times a year. The fall conference is geared to topics related to School Mental Health. The spring conference promotes instructional and intervention topics related to education. The winter membership meeting is available to members only and addresses topics relevant specifically to school psychologists. NHASP also sponsors Professional Development activities through special interest groups and regional meetings.
NHASP actively collaborates with other local, national, and international organizations to provide professional development. By co-sponsoring events with organizations, NHASP ensures that school psychologists are represented.
NHASP Spring 2013 Conference: SLD and Other Learning Difficulties: Linking Assessment to Educational Interventions with Dawn Flannagan April 12, 2013 at SERESC in Bedford, NH
Dr. Flanagan is the Professor and Director of Programs in School Psychology at St. John's University. Dr. Flanagan’s areas of specialty include cognitive assessment, tests and measurement, and diagnosis and treatment of specific learning disabilities. Dr. Flanagan is best known for her development of the CHC Cross-Battery Approach and the development of an operational definition of specific learning disability.
You can either print out our brochure and mail it in to us along with your check, or we also offer an online signup using PayPal.
If you are interested in registering for the spring conference, please email Tari Selig to check on availability.
NHASP Winter Meeting 2013
Emotional Disabilities Identification: Perspective Policy and Practice: Issues for School Psychologists
January 26,2013 at Fratellos Restaurant, Manchester, NH
7:30 registration; 8:30-3:30 Workshop
This year, the NHASP Winter Meeting will focus on topics that are important in the identification of students for special education services who may have an emotional disability. Participants will hear from and have discussions with various key stakeholders who have different perspectives of this topic. The format of the morning presentations will follow World Café procedures.
¨ To gain insight from NH stakeholders on the identification of students for Special Education under the classification of Emotional Disturbance.
¨ Provide clarity and censuses among NH School Psychologists.
¨ Establish a dialog around the topic to discuss challenges and the nature of inconsistencies.
Dancing with Many Partners without Stepping on Toes: Fostering effective collaboration among families, schools, therapists and Physicians
Friday, February 8, 2013
Grappone Conference Center
70 Constitution Avenue
Concord, NHBrought to you by the following organizations: NAMI NH, NH Family Voices, NH Association of School Psychologists, NH Pediatric Society, and NH Psychological Association
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