Welcome to the Wisconsin School Psychologists Association 

WSPA Winter 2016 Sentinel Newsletter is now available on-line for members.  Click on Resources, then choose WSPA Sentinel.  A paper copy was also mailed to all current WSPA members.

For Members, Click This Link:  winter 2016 vol 16.pdf

To see School Psychology Jobs posted on our Website, click this link:  School Psychology Jobs

Would you like to post a School Psychology Job on our Website?  
Click this link to see our policy:
School Psychology Jobs    


                      WSPA Employment Fair 2017 
                                          Friday, February 17, 2017 
                                          Chula Vista Resort
                                             Wisconsin Dells 

The only Employment Fair in Wisconsin devoted exclusively to the field of School Psychology! The fair will bring together employers and candidates/interns to get acquainted through networking and screening interviews. School districts from around the state and region are invited to meet with both experienced school psychologists seeking a new district and school psychology students seeking an internship.

For Details & Registration: https://wspa18.wildapricot.org/event-2370020 
To See a list of Employers Attending the Employment Fair, click this link:  Employers 2017 WSPA Employment Fair.docx
Questions can be directed to Rob Dixon: rdixon@uwlax.edu or (608) 785-8441.


Ballroom at the Radisson Paper Valley Hotel

WSPA Spring Convention 2017
March 29-31, 2017 
Radisson Paper Valley Hotel, Appleton, Wisconsin
Kids Matter: Trauma Sensitive and Mentally Healthy Schools
Topics Include:
 Trauma-Sensitive Schools
 Transgender  NASP Resources
 Legal Updates
Come join us for great professional development opportunities!


Who Are School Psychologists?

School psychologists have specialized training in both psychology and education. They use their training and skills to team with educators, parents, and other mental health professionals to ensure that every child learns in a safe, healthy and supportive environment. School psychologists understand school systems, effective teaching and successful learning. Today's children face more challenges than ever before. School psychologists can provide solutions for tomorrow's problems through thoughtful and positive actions today.

The training requirements to become a school psychologist are a minimum of 60 graduate semester hours including a year-long internship. This training emphasizes preparation in mental health, child development, school organization, learning, behavior and motivation. To work as a school psychologist, one must be certified and/or licensed by the state in which services are provided. School psychologists also may be nationally certified by the National School Psychology Certification Board (NSPCB).  

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Wisconsin School Psychologists Association
Website Manager-Don Juve
Onalaska, WI 54650
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