Vermont Association
of School Psychologists


Conferences and Other VASP Events

Steve Feifer is back to Vermont to present on the
neuropsychology of math learning disabilities!

Conferences from other organizations

From the Maine Association of School Psychologists

MASP October 2015 Brochure .pdf

From Vermont Counsel of Special Education Administrators
Register Now for our exciting Annual Conference at the Hilton Burlington on December 3 & 4!

We have two terrific speakers lined up and the topics will be of value to our members and a broad audience of education professionals including school psychologists: December 3, 1:00 - 5:00 p.m. "Understand and Address the Behavior and Learning Issues of Students with Slow Processing Speed" with Dr. Ellen Braaten

December 4, 8:30 a.m. - 4:00 p.m. "Stress! The Impact on the Brain and Behavior of Students with LD, ADHD and Other Needs: What to Know - What to Do" with Dr. Jerome Schultz

Register now at


Dear Vermont Educator,

With the 2014-2015 school year coming to an end, it is time to consider opportunities for professional development next year. To date, the South Burlington School District has trained almost two hundred educators in the implementation of mindfulness-based strategies in their personal lives and in the classroom with their students. Research confirms that these strategies build the capacity to focus, reduce anxiety, increase self-regulation and improve learning. Our district has taken a lead in this very important movement in education.

Below you will find information regarding our training for the 2015-2016 school year. If you are interested in participating, please check with your school district regarding professional development funds for either recertification credits or relicensing graduate credits. We offer both options.

Click here for more details or contact Meg Collins at

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