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Welcome to NJASP

We are a non-profit professional association organized in 1958 for school psychologists working or living in New Jersey



Let's keep the #SEL spirit alive all year long!

Here are just a few links that to help you in your role as a school based  behavioral and mental health provider

And we would love to hear how you are promoting SEL and student behavioral and mental health at your school!  Please SHARE - contact Barry Barbarasch

Spring Conference 2022

Click here to register, Early Bird Registration rates end April 8th! Conference registration ends May 3rd!

Upcoming events

Featured Resource

Considerations for School Re-Entry during COVID-19:

Supporting Social and Emotional Learning and Mental and Behavioral Health Upon School Re-Entry through a Trauma- Informed, Multi-Tiered Systems of Support (MTSS) Framework. 


NJASP Condemns Racism and Violence Against Black, Indigenous, and People of Color

As an organization dedicated to promoting the well-being of all individuals, The New Jersey Association of School Psychologists (NJASP) stands committed to fighting structural and systematic racism. We express outrage and deep distress regarding the murders of George Floyd, Ahmad Arbery, Breonna Taylor, and countless other Black, Indigenous, and People of Color (BIPOC). Such practices by our institutions have been an ongoing stain on our nation, and continue to impair the dignity and threaten the lives of Black Americans. 

Please read our entire statement here: NJASP Antiracism Statement .pdf

Contact Helizhabeth Cruz or Brianna Prego Diversity Co-chairs with comments/questions. 

Check out NJASP Social Justice Resources and Links

Evaluation Guidance

NJASP Guidance re: In-person testing and previous guidance issued.

NEW! In Person Testing Amidst the COVID-19 Pandemic: Reliability and Validity - Scoring, Interpreting, & Reporting In-person evaluation guidance during COVID-19.pdf

NEW! In Person Testing Amidst the COVID-19 Pandemic: Reliability and Validity - Scoring, Interpreting, & Reporting In-person evaluation guidance during COVID-19.pdf

Updated Guidance (June 12) for Evaluations and Suggestions for Planning for the possibility of future extended closures (includes info on tele-assessment) NJASP June updated guidance.pdf

(April) Virtual Service Delivery in response to COVID-19 Disruptions - Position paper: Evaluation Guidance Click Here

"Evaluations should not take place if they cannot be completed safely, ethically, and legally."

Coronavirus (COVID-19) Information and Resources

What we are experiencing in New Jersey, across the country, and throughout the world is uncharted territory. Many of you are not only dealing with the uncertainty regarding school in September but are also navigating ramifications for your own families. While there are still many things up in the air, NJASP continues to compile resources that we hope will be helpful for our members. You will find the most up to date information on our NJASP Wakelet, ("Wakelet" - a content curation platform where you can save links, social media posts, videos, images, etc) 

Check out Re-opening Resources

Check out our NJASP Virtual School Psychologist collection on Wakelet for frequent updates!                              

Check out our NJASP COVID-19 collection on Wakelet for frequent updates

Join NJASP for even more benefits and resources

Click here for Membership

Already a member?  Get Involved!

You do not have to commit to attending board meetings to be involved! We welcome and encourage new voices on our many committees. Check out NJASP Committees and be part of the conversation in whatever way fits with your interests and availability.


We at NJASP would like to provide our fellow school psychologists opportunities to showcase your skills or what has worked for you in your practice. Whether it is report writing, crisis management, school-wide programs, academic/ behavioral interventions, etc. We feel that it is important to provide you a platform for all of us to learn from each other. 

Please click here to complete a form for submission. We are very excited about this initiative.

Members, follow the link to the Discussion Board to ask questions, make comments, share information, etc. re: your remote school psychology practice. 

This Discussion Board resource is a benefit of NJASP membership and not available to the general public in order to enhance participant privacy. 

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