New Mexico Association
of School Psychologists


Mission Statement:

The New Mexico Association of School Psychologists’ (NMASP) mission is to advocate for and promote best practices to enhance students’ learning, behavior, and mental health that are culturally sensitive and respectful of diversity.

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January 21, 2022 9:00 AM (MST) • Virtual - Zoom

New Mexico Association of School Psychologists

Annual Conference

January 21, 2022 from 9am-4pm


Join us at the NMASP annual conference, held virtually this year. 


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Workshops offered (6 CEU total):

  • Current Issues in Adolescent Mental Health 

    •  Dr. Jennifer Blacksmith, Northeast Behavioral Health, Kirkville, MO

  • Brief Observation of Symptoms of Autism (BOSA) Training

    •  Jillian Larkin, Rio Rancho Public Schools

  • Current Issues in Specific Learning Disability Evaluation

    • Dr. Karen Apgar,4J School District, Portland, OR

  • Ethics: Getting rid of bad practices: An ethical necessity

    • Low-value practices permeate practice in school psychology and education and pose a significant ethical dilemma for practitioners. In this session, the discussion will focus on defining low-value practices, various types of harm, and the core ethical principles that underlie our practice and duties related to these practices. Participants will be introduced to deimplementation, a process for identifying and removing low-value practices.


Board Elections for Open Positions:

  • Treasurer

  • Southern Representative

  • Student Representative


Cost:

  • $150 for regular conference registration and NMASP membership

  • $20 for student conference registration and NMASP membership


To register beginning 12/16/21:


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New Mexico Association of School Psychologists is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization. 4004 Carlisle Blvd. NE  Suite F, Albuquerque, NM  87107

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