A community to support the practice of School Psychologists in New Hampshire.

Upcoming NHASP Events:

Annual Spring Conference

Date: March 30, 2018

Topic: Preserving Inclusive Schools: Proven Strategies for the Era of Anxiety

Presenter: Melissa Reeves, PhD, NCSP, LPC, NASP Past-President

Location: Concord, NH

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    Welcome to NHASP

    The mission of NHASP is to provide a community for school psychologists in New Hampshire.  The Association serves its members by:

    • Creating a dynamic and vital organization of support for the profession
    • Enhancing our skills and creating opportunities to expand our services
    • Influencing policy regarding 1) the practice of school psychology; 2) the quality of education; and 3) the provision of comprehensive services to children, youth, and families 


    NHASP announces the 2017 NH School Psychologist of the Year!

    NHASP is pleased to announce that Nathaniel Jones, Ph.D. is the 2017 New Hampshire School Psychologist of the Year (SPY). Nate is a school psychology consultant working at SERESC in Bedford, NH, and is a NH and nationally certified school psychology, licensed psychologist, and board certified behavioral analyst (BCBA). Along with his consultation work for New Hampshire schools, Nate focuses his professional goals towards increasing coordination among educational, medical, and mental health agencies to improve outcomes for youth. This is seen in the professional development opportunities he facilitates and in his work as the coordinator of the Medical Educational Therapeutic Evaluation team at SERESC. Nate’s nomination letter included many wonderful comments from his colleagues who describe Nate as, “an exemplar of what it means to be a school psychologist. He inspires trust, shares his wealth of knowledge, and above all, puts kids first. As a mentor, he is somehow always magically available, even though he is busy working and volunteering a hundred different ways.”

    Aside from his professional work, Nate’s advocacy as a school psychologist, in both state and national issues, is commendable. He is always willing to head to the “Hill” to support what is best for children and youth and keeps abreast of current issues in our field so that our association can disseminate information to others in our state. Nate has held many positions in our state association, including six years as state Delegate to NASP, NHASP President, co-chair of the NHASP Government and Professional Relations Committee, and our very own Webmaster. Nate is also the Western Region Representative for NASP on the national Ethics and Professional Practice Committee (EPPC).

    The selection for SPY is always a challenging one for the nomination committee, as there are so many wonderful school psychologists among us doing incredible things for the students of New Hampshire. Nate is no exception to that, with his contributions being far-reaching and influential, so we would like to congratulate Nate with this award and thank him for all he does for school psychology. 


    NHASP announces a new Graduate Student Assistant program.

    NHASP has begun a new program to involve graduate students in school psychology in our association more directly. We have long had a graduate student representative as a member of our leadership team. This new program expands the role of graduate students by creating four student assistant positions. 

    For more information, please see the description of the program. For questions or if you are interested in applying, please contact NHASP Past-President


    Supporting NASP

    NASP, the National Association of School Psychologists, provides critical leadership around the country for school psychology. NASP also works hard to support children and has two great events at the upcoming national conference in New Orleans, the Children's Fund Auction and the 5k run/walk.  

    NHASP has supported both of these programs over the years. To continue to do so, we need the support of our members here in NH.  For the Children's Fund Auction, we provide a variety of NH themed items. For the 5k run/walk, we often have NH members who participate and we are a sponsoring association. 

    If you can donate an item, or items, for the Children's Fund Auction, please contact NHASP President, Christina Flanders. Christina will collect these items and organize them for donation to the auction. In the past, we have donated NH themed foods such as maple syrup, books by NH authors, and vacation trips to NH.  

    If you are going to the conference in New Orleans and are going to participate in the 5k run/walk, please also let Christina know.  If enough folks are interested, we may coordinate a group. 

    Executive Board Meetings will be the 2nd Wednesday of each month.

    Meetings will be held from 4:15-6:15 at the NEA-NH building located at 9 South Spring St, Concord, NH. For the 2017-2018 year, the meeting dates are as follows:  9/13, 10/11, 11/8, 12/13, 1/10, 2/7 (1st Wednesday due to NASP Convention), 3/14, 4/11, 5/9, and 6/13. All NHASP members are welcomed and encouraged to come to our meetings.


    NHASP is proud to recognized
    Jonas Taub
    NHASP 2014
    Lifetime Achievement Award Recipient



    NHASP Celebrates School Psychology Awareness Week: We're All In! Teams Work! 


    NHASP Members with New Hampshire Governor Maggie Hassan. Governor Hassan is recognizing School Psychology Awareness Week with a Proclamation.


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