SANTA CLARA COUNTY ASSOCIATION OF SCHOOL PSYCHOLOGISTS

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District Purchase Orders for EVENTS

To coordinate purchase orders for both membership and events please email us at info@sccasp.org.  The district representative shall verify the names of people who will be covered under the purchase order and for what (membership, events, CEUs, etc.) will be approved through the purchase order.

Steps for Purchase Orders for prospective and current SCCASP members and district representatives:

Prospective SCCASP Member

Preferred Method

  1. Prospective SCCASP member shall complete the membership form to initiate the process becoming a current SCCASP member.  A new member will create a username and password and enter contact information to receive membership, announcements, and event registration details.  A member renewing their membership will login and update their contact information as needed.  At the completion of the membership form an invoice will be generated for the appropriate fee; however, will not be required to pay.
  2. The prospective member's membership status will be pending until paid by the district purchase order.
  3. District representative shall pay the membership fee as soon as possible. This will allow the SCCASP member to register for SCCASP membership discounted professional development.  Please email info@sccasp.org for invoicing details and payments.
  4. If registering for membership and SCCASP events at the same time membership is being processed, the pending member can register for any event as a non-SCCASP member and generate an invoice to reserve their spot for the event.  A SCCASP representative will manually make the adjustments in the system to transfer the payment fee to a SCCASP member discounted rate.
  5. Invoices will be generated for each individual that will be paid for through the purchase order.
  6. District representative shall pay the event fee on or by the scheduled event date unless prior arrangements have been made with SCCASP.  Please note payment for events that are full and have a waitlist will require a confirmed payment two days before the scheduled event.
  7. Payment shall be sent to SCCASP, 5669 Snell Ave #195, San Jose, CA 95123.

Alternate Method; Processing Time Increased

  1. District representative will provide SCCASP with prospective member names, email, and phone number and indicate if membership and/or event will be paid through the district purchase order.
  2. SCCASP will manually enter new prospective SCCASP member names and generate an email to allow the prospective member to create a username and password for future logins.
  3. SCCASP will manually register new prospective SCCASP members for events currently accepting registrations.
  4. Invoices will be generated for each individual that will be paid for through the purchase order.
  5. District representative shall pay the event fee on or by the scheduled event date unless prior arrangements have been made with SCCASP.  Please note: payment for events that are full and have a waitlist will require a confirmed payment two days before the scheduled event.
  6. Payment shall be sent to SCCASP, 5669 Snell Ave #195, San Jose, CA 95123.

Current SCCASP Member 

Preferred Method

  1. Current SCCASP member completes the event registration online by logging into their SCCASP account.  This will generate an invoice for the event fee; however, will not be required to pay.
  2. The member's event fee will be in pending status until paid.  This will also reserve a spot for at the event.
  3. District representative shall pay the event fee on or by the scheduled event date unless prior arrangements have been made with SCCASP.  Please note payment for events that are full and have a waitlist will require a confirmed payment two days before the scheduled event.
  4. Payment shall be sent to SCCASP, 5669 Snell Ave #195, San Jose, CA 95123.

Alternate Method; Processing Time INcreased

  1. District representative will provide SCCASP with a list of the current member name,  the event title, and whether or not CEUs will be included, that will be paid through the district purchase order.
  2. SCCASP will manually register SCCASP members for events currently accepting registrations.
  3. Invoices will be generated for each individual that will be paid for through the purchase order.
  4. District representative shall pay the event fee on or by the scheduled event date unless prior arrangements have been made with SCCASP.  Please note: payment for events that are full and have a waitlist will require a confirmed payment two days before the scheduled event.
  5. Payment shall be sent to SCCASP, 5669 Snell Ave #195, San Jose, CA 95123.

Upcoming Events

    • 4 Dec 2020
    • 12:30 PM - 3:30 PM (PST)
    • Zoom
    • 97
    Register

    Session details coming soon!




    Need CEUs?
    Member/Non-member: $20

    This course meets the qualifications for 3 hours of continuing education credit for LEPs, LMFTs, LPCCs and LCSWs as required by the California Board of Behavioral Sciences. This course also qualifies for 3 hours of continuing professional development for Nationally Certified School Psychologists (NCSPs), under provider number 1025. CASP maintains responsibility for the program and its content.

    Don't miss this opportunity!

    If you are not yet a SCCASP member, JOIN now and save on all 20-21 events!  

    Membership fees:

    Regular/Associate: $30

    Retired/Student: $20


    Dr. Celeste Malone is an associate professor and coordinator of the school psychology program at Howard University. She received her PhD in school psychology from Temple University in Philadelphia, PA. Prior to obtaining her doctorate, Dr. Malone received her MS in school counseling from Johns Hopkins University. Her primary research interest relates to multicultural and diversity issues embedded in the training and practice of school psychology. Specifically, Dr. Malone focuses on multicultural competence, the ability to work effectively with diverse populations through the application of cultural knowledge and to demonstrate awareness of and sensitivity to cultural issues.

    The overarching themes of her research are: 1) development of multicultural competence through education and training, 2) diversification of the profession, and 3) the relationship between culturally competent practice and PK-12 student outcomes.

    Dr. Malone has continuously held leadership positions in psychology professional associations. She currently serves on the National Association of School Psychologists (NASP) Board of Directors as the strategic liaison for the social justice strategic goal. In that capacity, Dr. Malone works closely with NASP boards and committees to develop and implement programs and activities to address social justice issues in school psychology and education. Additionally, Dr. Malone is an elected member of the American Psychological Association (APA) Board of Educational Affairs, the governance group which develops policies for education and training in psychology.

    Dr. Leandra Parris is an Assistant Professor in School Psychology. Prior to joining William & Mary, she was on faculty at Illinois State University (2013-2019) and completed her doctoral internship with a specialization in crisis intervention with the Dallas Independent School District (2012-2013).

    Dr. Parris focuses on peer relationships among middle and high school students within a trauma-informed framework. Her primary area of interest is coping with bullying and cyberbullying and the ways in which social media influences peer victimization and youth well-being. She also examines healthy romantic relationships among adolescents. Dr. Parris utilizes a multiple methods approach to research, conducting both qualitative and quantitative investigations.

    Within the field, Dr. Parris focuses her efforts on social justice endeavors that help provide voice and empowerment to marginalized youth and families. She is currently the Co-Chair of the National Association of School Psychologists' Social Justice Committee.

    Please contact info@sccasp.org if you need assistance.

    • 8 Jan 2021
    • 12:30 PM - 3:30 PM (PST)
    • Zoom
    • 96
    Register

    In this session, Mr. Corbin will be discussing best practices related to Emotional Disturbance and ERMHS evaluations. This will include child find, considerations for the report, and other related topics.

    Need CEUs?
    Member/Non-member: $20

    This course meets the qualifications for 3 hours of continuing education credit for LEPs, LMFTs, LPCCs and LCSWs as required by the California Board of Behavioral Sciences. This course also qualifies for 3 hours of continuing professional development for Nationally Certified School Psychologists, under provider number 1025. CASP maintains responsibility for the program and its content.

    Don't miss this opportunity!

    If you are not yet a SCCASP member, JOIN now and save on all 20-21 events!  

    Membership fees:

    Regular/Associate: $30

    Retired/Student: $20


    Mr. Corbin assists districts to avoid litigation through preventive education by presenting at workshops and developing training and prevention materials including Legal Updates.  Mr. Corbin has successfully represented districts at the various stages of special education litigation including administrative hearings.  Mr. Corbin has successfully assisted districts in responding to student and employee complaints before DFEH, EEOC, CDE, and OCR.

    Mr. Corbin has approximately ten years’ experience as a Counselor or School Psychologist, and he is a Nationally Certified School Psychologist.

    Please contact info@sccasp.org if you need assistance.

    • 5 Mar 2021
    • 12:30 PM - 3:30 PM (PST)
    • Zoom
    • 100
    Register

    Disproportionate identification of students for special education programs and the disproportionate application of discipline policies leads to disparate outcomes for youth in schools.

    This presentation will focus on:

    • Helping school psychologists better understand state performance plans and how the Office of Special Education Programs and the Office of Civil Rights examine disproportionality and implications for school-based data monitoring.
    • Understanding policies and practices within schools that contribute to disproportionality.
    • Strategies for addressing disproportionality in the schools. 
    State level data will be reviewed and compared to base rates and federal data where available.

    Need CEUs?
    Member/Non-member: $20

    This course meets the qualifications for 3 hours of continuing education credit for LEPs, LMFTs, LPCCs and LCSWs as required by the California Board of Behavioral Sciences. This course also qualifies for 3 hours of continuing professional development for Nationally Certified School Psychologists (NCSPs), under provider number 1025. CASP maintains responsibility for the program and its content.

    Don't miss this opportunity!

    If you are not yet a SCCASP member, JOIN now and save on all 20-21 events!  

    Membership fees:

    Regular/Associate: $30

    Retired/Student: $20


    Angela Mann, Ph.D, BCBA, NCSP is credentialed as a School Psychologist behavior analyst, and licensed psychologist. She has trained at the Kennedy Krieger Institute at John's Hopkins Medicine supporting children with disruptive behavior disorders as well as the Rothman Institute at All Children's Hospital Johns Hopkins Medicine supporting youth with Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder (OCD) and other disorders of the anxiety spectrum.

    Dr. Mann's lab, The Social Justice in Schools Lab, investigates social justice, community inclusion, and access to services for youth with non normative behavioral profiles and their families. he research falls into three categories:  

    • Social Justice in School Systems
    • Supporting Youth with Challenging Behaviors, their Family, and the Community
    • Improved Systems of Care for Youth with Nonnormative Behavioral Patterns

    Please contact info@sccasp.org if you need assistance.

    • 2 Apr 2021
    • 12:30 PM - 3:30 PM (PDT)
    • Zoom
    • 100
    Register
    This workshop will introduce the Adverse Childhood Experiences Questionnaire (ACEs) and describe how it has illuminated the enduring social, emotional, academic, health, and life outcome effects of childhood adversity and trauma. A more recent study was conducted in the schools (Fletcher-Janzen & Harrington, in press) that has linked the abundance of knowledge gained from the ACEs studies to more psychometrically sound screening instruments that are standardized, norm-referenced and commonly used in educational settings. The results of the study are geared towards assisting School Psychologists in identifying and assisting students with early childhood trauma.

    Need CEUs?
    Member/Non-member: $20

    This course meets the qualifications for 3 hours of continuing education credit for LEPs, LMFTs, LPCCs and LCSWs as required by the California Board of Behavioral Sciences. This course also qualifies for 3 hours of continuing professional development for Nationally Certified School Psychologists (NCSPs), under provider number 1025. CASP maintains responsibility for the program and its content.

    Don't miss this opportunity!

    If you are not yet a SCCASP member, JOIN now and save on all 20-21 events!  

    Membership fees:

    Regular/Associate: $30

    Retired/Student: $20


    Elaine Fletcher-Janzen, Ed.D., NCSP, ABPdN, obtained her doctorate in School Psychology from the College of William and Mary in 1993, and has been a school psychologist in the public schools, neuropsychiatric inpatient, and university settings for the past 36 years. Dr. Fletcher-Janzen received her Diplomate in Pediatric Neuropsychology in 2010; Distinguished Research Scholar Award from the Chicago School of Professional Psychology in 2014; and the Excellence in Psychological Assessment Award from Gonzaga University in 2019. Dr. Fletcher-Janzen has co-edited and authored sixteen books and reference works including the Encyclopedia of Special Education (Wiley) and the Diagnostic Desk Reference of Childhood Disorders (Wiley). She has also published the Neuropsychology of Women (Springer), the third edition of the Handbook of Clinical Child Neuropsychology (Springer), and Neuropsychological Perspectives on the Diagnosis of Learning Disabilities in the Era of RTI with John Wiley & Sons.

    Dr. Fletcher-Janzen's research interests address cross-cultural aspects of cognitive abilities, affective neuroscience and homeostatic function of emotions, neuropsychological aspects of chronic illness, and the systematic management of pediatric chronic illness in school and clinical settings.

    Dr. Fletcher-Janzen is a member of the National Association of School Psychologists, the International Neuropsychological Society, the American Psychological Association, Division 40, and the International School Psychology Association.

    Please contact info@sccasp.org if you need assistance.

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SCCASP

5669 Snell Ave #195

San Jose, CA 95123

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