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Welcome to IASP!

Established in 1987, the Indiana Association of School Psychologists (IASP) is the professional home for hundreds of Hoosier School Psychologists and many graduate students. IASP is a non-profit professional association and an affiliate of the National Association of School Psychologists (NASP).  

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School Safety

IASP joins the nation in shock and grief over the recent school shootings, especially right here in Indiana. As the nation looks to understand and respond effectively to this tragedy, it is imperative that we stay focused on facts and on what we know works to prevent violence and keep our children and youth safe. IASP continues to support our colleagues and teachers and thanks all of the first responders for their service. Following are documents to help in the conversation with children about these tragedies.

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 Why be a school psychologist in Indiana? 

IASP Past President Angie McKinney discusses the important role of school psychologists in Indiana and the role IASP plays in bringing more to the state. 

Meet the Board

Check out the current IASP board members. Need to contact some one? It's all on the following page. 

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A contact becomes a member when assigned a membership level.

Event attendees, donors, and newsletter subscribers are also contacts.

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Strategic planning and the development of outreach programs, collaboration with universities, state agencies and other professional organizations all concerned with the profession and the well-being of children are well underway. The association recognizes a strong need for developing and broadening the model of service currently used by school psychologists and the financing that supports the model.

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Join the conversation with fellow school psychologists from around the state. 

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