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The Washington State Association of School Psychologists is a volunteer organization comprised of practicing school psychologists, trainers of school psychologists, graduate students and retired school psychologists working collaboratively across our state. We provide professional development, advocate for students and families, provide guidance for practice and assist school psychologists in promoting the educational and mental health needs for all students.

2023 Summer Institute - Save the Date!

The 2023 Summer Institute will be held virtually August 10-11, 2023. This summer's theme is focused on advanced practice in completing functional behavior assessments (FBAs). Four sessions across two days from state and national presenters will take a deep dive into completing meaningful FBAs that can be used to develop and support intervention plans and mental health services for students. A comprehensive announcement will be coming soon, including presenters.

The registration fee is $100 for both members and nonmembers. Registration will open on Friday, June 9th.

2023 Virtual Fall Conference

Registration is now open. More than 40 presentations will be given from 15 states with most sessions being recorded for later viewing. Then get ready to take your learning internationally with speakers presenting from 3 different countries! 75 clock hours are being offered and are included in the cost of registration. After the conference, registrants will be sent an email with links to an evaluation and obtain proof of clock hours earned.

Attend this single conference and you’ll learn skills that cover every NASP domain as well as the following NCSP renewal requirements: Ethics, Suicide Prevention/Intervention, and Equity/Diversity/Inclusion. Don’t wait!

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Who are the School Psychologists?

School psychologists have specialized training in both psychology and education. They use their training and skills to team with educators, parents, and other mental health professionals to ensure that every child learns in a safe, healthy and supportive environment.

School psychologists understand school systems, effective teaching and successful learning. Today’s children face more challenges than ever before. School psychologists can provide solutions for tomorrow’s problems through thoughtful and positive actions today.

For more information about a career and training programs in school psychology, please visit our Careers page.

Available Positions 

 Become a WSASP member

We encourage all Washington school psychologists to enjoy the benefits of membership and to support their state association in our mission to support students and families. To learn more about the benefits of membership and to become a WSASP member, see our Membership area


 Dyslexia Guidance Paper

WSASP has released a new Dyslexia Guidance Paper.

Please go to Guidance Papers page for more information.

 Response to WA Flooding

Click here to access information and resources to support children, families, and communities following recent flooding events.

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Washington State Association of School Psychologists
816 W. Francis Ave #214
Spokane, WA 99205

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