Canadian Association of School Psychologists

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Founded in 1984, the Canadian Association of School Psychologists is a national organization which represents the needs, concerns and interests of school psychologists across Canada. Its aims are to facilitate communication among the provincial and territorial associations, to advocate for and advance the goals of the profession on a national and international basis, and to provide information to its members as well as to the general public on topics relevant to the practice of psychology in the schools.

Membership Categories*

Regular Member : A person employed or trained as a school psychologist or employed by a university and engaged in work related to the field of school psychology.

Student Member : A person training to become a school psychologist.

Associate Member (non-voting) : A person in agreement with the overall objectives of the organization but who does not satisfy the criteria for regular or student membership.

Institutional Affiliate (non-voting) : An organization with an interest in the practice of school psychology.

* All members, regardless of category, receive a subscription to the Canadian Journal of School Psychology (published by SAGE 4 times per year), the Association's newsletter (published in cooperation with the CPA ED section), and the opportunity to participate in our national news and views distribution list.

Beginning in 2013, a new dues structure will come into effect. New and existing members are offered all of the benefits noted above. To become a member, or to renew, please complete the (form-fillable!) application form and mail it together with a cheque for the appropriate dues amount to:

CASP Executive Director
10660 Trepassey Drive
Richmond, BC    V7E 4K7