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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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Racial Inequalities Statement:

Indiana Association of School Psychologists (IASP) is an organization made up of school psychologists practicing and/or living in Indiana.  IASP stands with people of color and people who are marginalized by society.  IASP is intensely pained and incensed at the recent killings of George Floyd, Breonna Taylor, and Ahmaud Arbery.   IASP sends their condolences to the parents and family members of these victims.  IASP stands firm against discrimination of people of color as well as discrimination against people based upon their sexual orientation or economic standing.

We know that the events of Late Winter/Spring 2020 affect our members differently depending on their history and experiences.  IASP offers encouragement and support for our members whose safety and wellbeing are threatened on a daily basis due to the color of their skin.  We encourage everyone to reflect on the privilege and power that you have.


 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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Membership

A contact becomes a member when assigned a membership level.

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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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