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The Alabama Association of School Psychologists (AASP) is a state-level, professional organization for school psychologists and school psychometrists. The purpose of AASP is to serve the mental health and educational needs of all children and youth in Alabama. AASP focuses on sponsoring professional development opportunities both in Alabama and in collaboration with similar state organizations in Mississippi and Tennessee. AASP also serves as an informant to the public about the services and practice of psychology in the schools and strives to advance the professional standards of school psychology/psychometry. AASP is an affiliate of the National Association of School Psychologists (NASP).

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Added 11.7.14:  2014 Mid-South Conference handouts available in the Members Only section.

Mid-South Conference -- November 5-7, 2014
Hosted by the Tennessee Association of School Psychologists

Registration Form

Mid-South Preliminary Schedule

Join Us/Renew to receive reduced fees at AASP-hosted professional development events, stay connected relative to field-related information and events, and receive legislative updates on issues related to the practice of school psychology...just to name a few benefits of AASP membership!
(Additional website content and resources are available to members.  Examples include member discussion/networking forums and handouts from past conferences. Log in information will automatically be emailed to each member upon completion of the membership renewal/application.)

Recent Association Accomplishments
  • Collaborated with the ALSDE in developing the School Psychologist portion of the EducateAlabama system to be based on the NASP Practice Model
  • Applied for and received designation as a NASP-approved professional development provider
  • Renewed our designatiion as an NBCC-approved professional development provider.
  • Implemented a new membership management system including a new association website
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