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NASP Practice Model

In May 2020, the National Association of School Psychologists (NASP) adopted the NASP 2020 Professional Standards, including the Model for Comprehensive and Integrated School Psychological Services, also known as the NASP Practice Model. The 2020 NASP Practice Model advances the consistent implementation of school psychological services to help ensure their maximum effectiveness, efficiency, and quality in schools nationwide.

KASP endorses the NASP Practice Model and is committed to aligning school psychological practices with the model.  The advancement of the NASP Practice model is a strategic goal area for KASP.

These resources can help you promote the NASP Practice model and your role in providing comprehensive school psychological services to key stakeholders and decision makers in the school community.

NASP Practice Model Interactive Website
This website includes information about the NASP Practice Model and outlines both the 10 domains and 6 organizational principles.  It additionally includes the opportunity to reflect on what has been learned.  

NASP Practice Model Brochure
This brochure provides an overview of the domains and organizational principles that comprise the model as well as highlighting the ways students, families, and schools benefit from improving schools’ capacity to provide school psychological services.

NASP Practice Model 10 Domains
The following domains, while described below as distinct, regularly interact and intersect within the context of service delivery. Understanding the domains helps inform the range of knowledge and skills school psychologists can provide

NASP Practice Model Organizational Principles
The NASP Practice Model is framed on six organizational principles that reflect and link to the broader organizational principles of effective schools. Each principle includes standards that describe necessary organizational practices that will support effective school psychological services.

Assistance to States: Resources to Support Implementation of the NASP Practice Model
This webinar gives an overview of resources to help states implement the NASP Practice model, including an examination of the NASP Practice Model Implementation Guide.

NASP Practice Model Overview Presentation
This PowerPoint presentation provides an overview of the NASP practice Model and its importance to the profession of school psychology.

Integrating the NASP Practice Model Into Presentations: Resource Slides
Referencing the NASP Practice Model in professional development presentations helps decision makers see how the model supports district/school priorities, services and outcomes.

Self-Assessment Survey
Take the Self-Assessment on where your practice aligns with the model and recieve a personalized print-out of professional development needs

NASP Advocacy Roadmap: NASP Practice Model
This Advocacy Roadmap will provide individuals and state associations with some key materials and resources to plan an advocacy response within the context of the NASP Practice Model.

A Framework for the Personnel Evaluation of School Psychologists Utilizing the NASP Practice Model
This handout provides a sample framework around which schools and districts can work to embed the principles of the NASP practice model in the evaluation of school psychological services.

NASP Core Messages
This handout contains key messages about the value of school psychologists and the services they provide.

The NASP Practice Model: A Framework for Promoting (and Implementing) A Comprehensive Role
This article from Communiqué handout contains key messages about the value of school psychologists and the services they provide.

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