Maryland School 
 Psychologists' Association
 

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MSPA Officers Election 2020

Do you know a school psychologist who has leadership ability…who can unite rural, urban and suburban Maryland? Who is interested in the future of school psychology?


Nominations for officers are now being accepted!

Deadline for Nominations: February 21, 2020

Nominees must be an Active, Retired, or Distinguished Member of MSPA. 


   Download & complete the Nomination Form!      

Please submit completed Nomination Forms to Warren Cohen, Nominations Chair via email at warren.cohen@pgcps.org, or postmark:

               P.O. Box 9321, Catonsville, MD 21228     

 *Please Note: Only MSPA members in good standing are eligible to vote in MSPA Officer Elections.  Please be sure to have renewed your MSPA membership. 

*To Vote, please update/verify your primary email address (personal or professional) through your personal profile, or with the Membership Committee.  

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School Psychology Shortages

Each month, at the MSPA Executive Board meetings, time is dedicated to discussion of a 'Big Topic' that impacts our work as school psychologists in Maryland.

See a summary of the September Big Topic discussion below!

                                             


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Save the Dates!


MSPA Spring Conference

DBT & Motivational Interviewing

Friday, May 15, 2020

Hotel at Arundel Preserves

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MSPA Summer Institute

"The Traumas We Don't Like to Talk About"

June 22-24, 2020

Atlantic Sands Hotel & Conference Center


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The Fall 2019 issue of the Protocol is now available to members online.

Access it here!

 


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Resources from NASP

  Focus on Safety & Security in our Schools

We were all saddened by the recent violence and tragic loss of life in Charlottesville, Virginia. With instances of hate speech and violent actions displayed in our society, it is important that we are all part of the effort to support students during difficult and uncertain times.

As school psychologists, we are in a position to help students navigate difficult conversations, create safe and secure learning environments for all students, and be advocates for the systems and services that lower barriers and create genuine, sustained equity and opportunity.

NASP has created resources to support and facilitate our work in these areas.  

Social Justice Resources

School Safety & Crisis Resources

A Framework for Safe & Successful Schools

 

 

Membership News!

It's time to renew your membership for the 2019-2020 school year!

Members can renew now

by logging in Here!

If you were a member in the past but did not yet renew, your account has been suspended. Log in to your account and REJOIN.

Contact Membership if you have questions. 


New Resource!

Were you unable to attend the Fall Conference this year?

MSPA Members can view or download handouts from all presentations

HERE!

Upcoming Conferences

15 May 2020 8:15 AM • The Hotel at Arundel Preserves, 7795 Arundel Mills Blvd, Hanover, MD 21076

Vision: All students will thrive in school, at home, and throughout their lives.
 

Mission: MSPA promotes and advocates for best practices in school psychology to improve learning, behavior, and mental health for all students, families, and schools.

Direct website related questions to webmaster@mspaonline.org. Direct other questions to the appropriate board member at Executive Board or Officers.

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