California Association of School Psychologists


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Resources to use in a time of tragedy

Our hearts go out to all those who are affected by recent tragedies that have occurred in our nation and worldwide. Because scenes of war and violence around the world as featured on the news can have negative impacts on children, NASP has included several resources on its homepage as go-tos to help children cope during this time.


Law & Ethics still on; Two Other Workshops Canceled

The 15-hour Alcohol and Other Substance Abuse Training and the seven-hour Child Abuse Assessment workshops scheduled to be presented on August 3-4 at Loyola Marymount University have been canceled. However, the Law & Ethics workshop scheduled for Aug. 4 will be held.

“We simply did not have enough people sign up for these workshops. We offer them as one-stop events where new LEPs can get the CEUs they need before they can renew their licenses for the first time,” said Heidi Holmblad, CASP executive director.

Law and Ethics is still available. All LEPs must take six hours on the topic every two year before renewing their licenses. NCSPs need three hours of the topic every three years to renew their certification. For more information or to sign up for the Law and Ethics workshop, visit


Save the Date

CASP Convention 2016 will be held October 27-29 in Newport Beach. “Advocacy and Intervention for Traumatized Youth” is the theme of this event that will feature UCLA Professor Pedro Noguera, an expert on school reform, diversity, and the achievement gap, as keynote speaker. Make your hotel room reservations now by clicking here. CASP’s 67th annual convention will also feature a pre-convention Town Hall meeting on A Generation of Trauma, the Role of Schools, on Wednesday, October 26. David Esquith, director of the Office of Safe and Healthy Students at the U.S. Department of Education, will be a featured speaker at the three-day event. More than 40 workshops, mini-skills workshops, papers, posters and panels are planned, along with the Exhibit Hall and a Casino Night fund-raising event for the California School Psychology Foundation. More information to come soon!