California Association of School Psychologists



 

The following surveys have been submitted to CASP:

Survey for Biopsychosocial Approach to Trauma-Informed Schools


At its convention held in early November, CASP offered an introductory course, Biopsychosocial Approach to Trauma-Informed Schools, presented by Dr. Elaine Fletcher-Janzen. This workshop was a taste of a proposed 36-hour course CASP is considering sponsoring as a certificated program that would offer a multidisciplinary approach to building and maintaining trauma-sensitive and trauma-informed schools.

Before CASP offers this course, we thought it prudent to measure the number of CASP members who are interested in making a commitment to 36 hours of this instruction. It is hoped that this survey will produce results that will allow CASP to decide not only whether to sponsor the program but give us some guidance on when it should be held and potential cost.

If you are interested in this topic, please take this survey. We will report the results in the Winter issue of CASP Today, online and in an email to all CASP members. The survey should take no longer than 5 minutes. Thank you.

Take this survey

 

School Psychologists’ Knowledge of FBAs/BIPs


This survey is designed to assess the knowledge of and comfort with completing FBAs/PBIPs as well as their interest in receiving additional training in the area of behavior change.

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Larry P. and its Impact on School Psychology Practice


This study investigates the practices around special education eligibility in the state of California. You will be asked a series of questions pertaining to your demographics, your practices in the field, and your professional judgment on a hypothetical evaluation case for special education. This study is expected to take 10-30 minutes. You may enter for a chance to win 13 drawings for a $20 Amazon™ gift-card.

Take this survey

 

School Psychologist Survey


Your responses to this survey will help the researchers better understand the everyday experiences of school psychologists and help formulate training techniques aimed at enhancing wellbeing and reducing burnout in school psychologists.

Take this survey

 

Do you need to survey school psychologists? For a small fee you can host your survey here, and we will also include it in our email newsletters! Click here to have CASP advertise your survey.