Welcome

The Wyoming School Psychology Association is dedicated to providing professional growth opportunities for our members, advancing the ethics and standards of our profession, informing the public about school psychology, and serving the mental health and educational needs of all students.

Advocacy

WSPA is committed to advocating for school psychology and for students with disabilities in our local communities and Wyoming

Education

WSPA offers three conferences throughout the year with a variety of topics that appeal to school psychologists and related professionals. All conferences are accredited by the National Association of School Psychologists.

Service

Part of WSPA’s mission is to assist all education professionals in serving children and youth. We work to promote best practices across the state.

The purpose of the Wyoming School Psychology Association shall be, through practice, education, and research to:

  • Serve the mental health and educational needs of all children and youth,
  • Encourage and provide opportunities for the professional growth of individual members,
  • Inform the public about the services and practice of school psychology,
  • Advance the ethics and standards of the profession of school psychology.

 

Join Us

Membership for WSPA is currently free and offers a range of benefits.

Upcoming Events

Save the Date for our 2018 Summer Institute.
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WSPA’s spring conference will be April 19th and 20th in Casper. The focus will be on best practices for supporting ELL students, with a specific focus on assessment and intervention with a MTSS framework.

Latest News

Book Review: Selective Mutism by Aimee Kotrba

***Post written by Laura Lane, Secretary for WSPA*** Selective Mutism-An Assessment and Intervention Guide for Therapists, Educators, & Parents by Aimee Kotrba, PHD Selective Mutism is a disability that is considered low incidence as it affects less than one percent...

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Trauma Informed Care

***Post written by Daniel Mayer, Public Relations Chair for WSPA*** The National Institute of Mental Health defines trauma as "the experience of an event by a child that is emotionally painful or distressful, which often results in lasting mental and physical...

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