This page has information about important School Psychology Organizations. These organizations support school psychologists and offer some free information. Information about membership in these organizations is also listed on this page.

National Association of School Psychologists (NASP)

Mission Statement:
"NASP represents school psychology and supports school psychologists to enhance the learning and mental health of all children and youth."
To view the Vision, Mission, Guiding Principles, and Goals visit:

NASP Membership

  • Membership in NASP is available for practicing school psychologists, students, and retired school psychologists
  • Benefits for all members include: access to more information from the NASP website, Communique Newspaper, School Psychology Review Journal, School Psychology Forum E-journal, E-Newsletters and alerts, access to handouts for parents and teachers, discounts on certain publications, career resources, conferences and networking, online professional development, communities, and interest groups, and professional liability insurance.
  • Benefits for students include: Student fact sheets, online student communities, early career resources and licensure information, NASP student news, and NASP student leader program.
  • For more information on NASP membership visit:

NASP Approved Graduate Programs

For a list of NASP Approved programs visit:

Other Organizations & Opportunities to Network

State Organizations

American Psychological Association

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