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Contemporary School Psychology
Contemporary School Psychology, a CASP publication, is now published online and in print by Springer. For information about the Journal, including Aims & Scope, Submit Online, Instructions for Authors, Editorial Board, back issues, and more, access past issues or the current issue, visit the Springer website.
Contemporary School Psychology, formerly known as The California School Psychologist, is a refereed journal published annually by CASP Contemporary School Psychology is devoted to contemporary issues in school psychology with the goal of publishing high-quality articles that link theory to practice. The journal is an appropriate venue for articles that: (1) critically review research on topics of general interest to school psychologists in California and nationwide, (2) report research relevant to practicing school psychologists, (3) present promising practices or programs that address the needs of children and youth, and (4) critically reflect on the professional of school psychology and the challenges faced by the profession. It is also the intent of the journal to highlight the diversity of viewpoints in the profession and of the students, parents, and communities served by school psychologists in California and elsewhere.
Michael Hass, Ph.D., Editor
Kelly Kennedy, Ph.D. Associate Editor
Brian Leung, Ph.D., Associate Editor
Stephanie Domzalski-Gordon, M.A., Assistant to the Editor
Further information about Contemporary School Psychology can be found here.
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CASP Resource Papers
- Schoolyard Tragedies: Coping with the Aftermath: Resource Paper (October, 1998)
- Are the Media Raising Violent Kids?: Hot Sheet and Resource Paper (August 1998)
- Developing Resiliency: Resource Paper (February 1998)
- Suicide: Resource Paper (April 1997)
- School Yard Bullying: Resource Paper (April 1997)
- Guns in Schools: Resource Paper (October 1997)
- The Role of School Psychologists in Special Education
CASP Position Papers
- Specific Learning Disabilities and Patterns of Strengths and Weaknesses, March 2014
- School-Wide Positive Behavior Intervention and Support (SW-PBIS):A Multi-Tiered System of Supports (MTSS) for Student Wellness
- Internship Placements (Adopted by CASP 3/2003)
- Behavioral Assessment and Behavior Intervention Plan Development (Adopted by CASP 1/2002)
These documents are from the California PBIS Coalition’s webinar on “Integrating Mental Health through PBIS Systems in Schools: The Interconnected Systems Framework (ISF)”.
- Selecting School Mental Health Services
- Interconnected Systems Framework Tools
- Interconnected Systems Framework Action Planning Companion Guide
- CASP President Troy Xavier Leonard Radio Interview
- Dr. Harold Dent: Culturally Authentic Assessment
- CASP Speakers Bureau
- CASP Bylaws
- CASP Policy Manual
- Research Summaries Template
- CASP Travel Reimbursement Form
- CASP General Information Brochure
- Member Recruitment Brochure