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  • 15 Jul 2018 4:42 PM | Quinn Meyer (Administrator)
  • 23 May 2018 6:01 PM | Quinn Meyer (Administrator)

    Kim Adams (right), Minnesota NASP Representative presents $500 check to Sue Abderholden (left) from NAMI-MN.  This money was raised from the Annual Silent Auction featured at the 2018 MSPA Midwinter Conference.


  • 20 Mar 2018 12:55 PM | Dana Robb (Administrator)

    PREPaRE School Crisis Workshops

    Greetings from UWRF!

    School crisis prevention and intervention workshops will be held this coming June in Hudson, WI. Learn school safety and crisis prevention skills (Workshop 1) and/or develop your tiered crisis intervention skills (Workshop 2). NASP approved continuing professional development hours are provided.

    Additional details and registration information: https://www.uwrf.edu/CSP/PREPaREWorkshop.cfm

    Seats are limited so consider registering soon!

    Feel free to forward this email to anyone you think might be interested.

    Questions? Call me at the number below.

    Scott A. Woitaszewski, Ph.D., NCSP
    Professor & Director, School Psychology Program
    Department of Counseling & School Psychology
    University of Wisconsin - River Falls
    (715) 425-3883
    (Pronouns: He/Him/His)

  • 12 Mar 2018 12:00 PM | Dana Robb (Administrator)

    2018 MSSWA Spring Conference

    Suicide Prevention/Mastering Skills to Support Others

    Wednesday, April 11th at the TIES Event Center in St. Paul

    Click here for more information.

  • 25 Feb 2018 12:00 PM | Dana Robb (Administrator)

    LGBTQ and other gender nonconforming identified School Psychology program graduates, whether they are currently practicing in the field of school psychology or not, are invited to participate in a Queens College research study on School Psychologists’ Experiences with Gender and Sexual Diversity in the work field. This study is led by Dr. Cliff Yung-Chi Chen, Assistant Professor of School Psychology, Educational and Community Programs, Queens College of the City University of New York.

    The link to the study is: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/LGBTQSchoolPsychologist

    Please email us at yungchi.chen@qc.cuny.edu if you have any questions about this study.

    Thanks.
    Cliff Yung-Chi Chen, Ph.D.


  • 21 Feb 2018 12:00 PM | Dana Robb (Administrator)

    15th Annual Day at the Hill

    Changed to May 5th @ EdMN

    Monday March 5, 2018
    8:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m.
    Capitol Ridge Event Center
    161 St. Anthony Ave,#100
    St. Paul, MN 55103

    MN School Social Workers' Association and MN School Psychologists Association is once again excited to join together for this year's Day at the Hill.  School social workers and school psychologists will work together to inform legislators about our roles.

    Day at the Hill provides an opportunity for school social workers and school psychologists to come together to educate state lawmakers about how we address student barriers to academic success in cost effective ways.  6 CEUs awarded.  This is a staff development/Board of Social Work approved opportunity, not a political lobby day.

    Click the title above for more information and how to register for this amazing opportunity!  MSPA members can register for free!!


  • 11 Feb 2018 12:00 PM | Dana Robb (Administrator)

    PREPaRE 1 and 2

    Edinburgh, Scotland

    June 29th -July 6th 2018

    In conjunction with the University of Wisconsin-River Falls Office of International Education, school psychology graduate educators Todd A. Savage (UWRF; NASP President, 2015-2016) and Christine Peterson (UW-Stout) will be offering a week-long study abroad opportunity at Dalkeith Palace outside of Edinburgh, Scotland during the summer of 2018. Throughout this week abroad, participants will receive certified PREPaRE workshops 1 and 2. Other activities include an educational field trip as well as time for personal exploration. Participants may also elect to extend their stay (June 29-July 27) for a full course on school safety and culture. To learn more, please contact Todd A. Savage (todd.savage@uwrf.edu), Christine R. Peterson (petersonchris@uwstout.edu) or UW Office of International Education  (715) 425- 3228.


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