South Carolina Association of School Psychologists

Supporting learning and mental health of youth in South Carolina.







SCASP – Read to Succeed Course Registration 

Registration for the current cohort is now closed.  More information will be posted here when another one is scheduled. Thank you for participating on all our training efforts.

About SCASP

The South Carolina Association of School Psychologists is a membership organization that empowers school psychologists to advance the learning and mental health of students in South Carolina.

Become a member of SCASP

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Upcoming events

Save the Date for the SCASP 2017 Fall Conference and 50th Anniversary Celebration

Join SCASP for our 2017 Fall Conference October 4-6, 2017 at the Columbia Conference Center.  As part of this year's conference, we will be celebrating our 50th year as an association.  Don't miss out on great learning and fun. Keep watching for more information on this website and our social media sites.

Keep your fingers crossed that no hurricanes will come our way this year.

Show your SCASP Spirit!

Order your SCASP t-shirts, polos, or oxford shirts anytime! For a small additional fee, shirts can be mailed to you when they are ready.



Continuing Education related to Domestic Violence

On January 29, 2015, Governor Nikki Haley established the Domestic Violence Task Force through Executive Order 2015-04. The Task Force was charged with tackling the cultural issues surrounding domestic violence in the State of South Carolina. One of the specific areas targeted was education for licensed professionals in the state of South Carolina. We’ve learned that most of our licensees don’t get training regarding domestic violence and those that do aren’t aware of the resources available to their patients who are in need of help.

More information can be found on the Safety/Mental Heath page.

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