Strategic Plan

The New Hampshire Association of School Psychologists establishes goals to direct our course every three to five years.  During the strategic planning process we reflect upon our profession, our association, and the concerns facing children, families, and schools.  This process is made rich by the ideas, vision, and creativity of NHASP members and representatives from other arenas who share our interest in the success and well-being of all children.

Formal opportunities to work collaboratively with our colleagues and the larger community dedicated to children's success point our way forward while enhancing our vision and renewing our strength.


The New Hampshire Association of School Psychologists in the 21st century will be a vibrant association, supporting its members in their commitment to fostering strong children, schools and families in New Hampshire. NHASP members are united in advocacy for children. We believe that each child in New Hampshire has the right:

  • To attend schools that are respectful of differences and free of violence;
  • To live in homes that are safe and loving;
  • To flourish in communities that value them as individuals; and
  • To participate in an educational process that enables them to become competent, caring, and productive members of their society.


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 



Improve the capacity of school psychologists in New Hampshire to provide student-level services to develop academic, social and life skills for children, adolescents, and transitional age youth.


Promote collaboration with administrators, teachers, members of the school community, school psychology training programs, and other mental health providers to develop systems of support that enhance student outcomes as related to the NASP Practice Model


Maintain and further develop a comprehensive and accessible continuum of continuing professional development in accordance with the NASP Practice Model. Provide improved and ongoing training for the full spectrum of experience levels of practitioners in NH.


NHASP will continue to be a strong and vibrant organization that is based on the needs of association members and the field of school psychology in NH. NHASP leadership will improve the participation in and work of association committees and maintain active member communication

Our Strategic Plan for 2015-2018 

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