Increase Recruitment, Retention and Diversity of Members
Who are we?
Our members are spread throughout the state and work in both private and public settings providing evaluation, consultation, and counseling to school aged children.
Promote Quality Professional Development
What do we do?
SCASP plans professional development with a focus on education, intervention, and mental health to providers in throughout the state.
Facilitate Advocacy Initiatives and External Communications
For what and whom?
We work to promote access to needed learning and mental health supports for school-aged youth and to ensure others understand the integral role school psychologists fulfill in meeting these needs.
SCASP's Core Values
Professional Excellence: School Psychologists strive to use and promote best practices in the environments in which they work.
Client-Centered: School Psychologists make the needs of individual learners their first priority.
Cultural Competence: School Psychologists value individual and cultural perspectives in their interactions with others.
Data-Based Decision Making: School Psychologists promote the use of data from multiple sources to inform decision-making at individual and systems levels.
Dynamic Leadership: School Psychologists serve as leaders within their communities to enhance decision making.
Integrity & Ethical Practices: School Psychologists treat others with honesty and fairness and maintain the ethical standards of their profession.
Positive Outcomes: School Psychologists promote individual strengths and believe in success for all learners.
Professional Advocacy: School Psychologists promote the awareness of the value of their profession for the educational and personal development of the students they serve.