South Carolina Association of School Psychologists

Supporting learning and mental health of youth in South Carolina.

Call For Proposals

2022 SCASP Fall Conference

We would love to hear from you! Please visit this link for more information about how to submit a proposal to present at our Fall Conference on October 14th, 2022. Presenting at a SCASP conference is a great way to connect with your colleagues, earn SCDE renewal credits, and contribute to the mission of SCASP. The deadline to submit a proposal is August 15th.

Looking for a job in South Carolina? Want to post a vacancy? Check out our recently updated Employment Opportunities page for a link to our new job board.

Need a DSM Course ?

Below is some information on a course that will be offered during the Summer of 2022.

 DSM Psyc 690 2022 Announcment Save the date (002).docx

Membership change

Your SCASP membership will now run one full year from the date you join! Join any time of the year and get the benefits of a full year of membership!

Upcoming events

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Become a Member of SCASP

As a member, you will:

  • Support better student outcomes by advocating for improved social/emotional, mental health, and academic interventions through collaborative interactions with the state legislature, the South Carolina Department of Education, and other professional organizations.

  • Join fellow school psychologists across South Carolina in a statewide network to exchange ideas, share concerns, and collaborate on solutions - see our Member Resources page for handouts, briefs, and online learning opportunities.

  • Qualify for reduced rates at SCASP sponsored workshops and SCASP's professional development conferences featuring nationally recognized speakers.

  • Receive SCASP's newsletter and stay current on school psychology related news in South Carolina.

Click Here to sign up for a SCASP Membership!

SCASP's Mission:

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.

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