Join us! Membership applications for the 2012-2013 school year can be submitted at any time. NHASP accepts both online payments via PayPal and Registration by Mail. Payments by check should be made out to "NHASP". Our membership options are listed below.
Regular Member: $65
For individuals who are certified as School Psychologist, Associate School Psychologist, or are functioning as school psychologists within the guidelines defined by NASP. Regular membership includes school psychologists who are in roles as consultants, supervisor or trainers in school psychology.
Affiliate Member: $65
For people who are not school psychologists, but who have a professional interest in school psychology. Affiliate members have full membership privileges but may not vote or hold office.
Student Member: $40
For people who are engaged in full or part time graduate study in school psychology and without full time employment. Student members have full privileges of membership.
Retired Member: $30
For school psychologists who have retired from remunerative professional activity. Full membership privileges are accorded.
Services to Membership
- NHASP newsletter, The Protocol, is published four times a year
- Membership Directory published yearly facilitates networking with colleagues
- Employment Information
- School Psychologist of the Year Award
- Advocating for professional issues, such as state certification standards, and children's issues
- Access to current issues in the state
- Support for recognition of School Psychologists' expertise as an essential component of the school community
- Regional Support Group meetings for collegial support
- Regular Executive Board Meetings-open to all members
- Professional Standards
- NHASP Library - books, journals, video and audio tapes
- Fall Conference
- Winter Meeting
- Continuing Education Opportunities through reduced Conference/Workshop costs in NH and other state school psychology associations throughout the Northeast NHASP region.
- Collaboration with child serving organizations
- Representation on NH CAN (Children's Advocacy Network)