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Welcome to the Facebook page of the School Psychology program at California State University, Sacramento! This is a place for Sac State School Psychology current, past and future students to connect and stay up-to-date on upcoming events and more!
2012-2013 Board Members Co-Presidents: Emily Flitsch and LaShante Smith Secretary: Natasha Borisov Treasurer: Crystal Courtright Outreach Chair: Marisa Acosta Social Co-Chairs: Brynn Balcom and Nina Garrovillo Conference Co-Chairs: Leanne Sudduth and Michael To Community Service Co-Chairs: Jennifer Magnesi and Megan Sibert NASP Representative: Erica Segovia Faculty Advisor: Dr. Stephen E. Brock, NCSP, LEP The mission of the School Psychology Program at Sac State is to promote educational practices that lead to positive outcomes for children and youth. We strive to do this by training exemplary school psychologists to integrate knowledge into practice and to effectively utilize a problem-solving model to improve educational outcomes for students. We also engage in research, the dissemination of knowledge, and professional and community service that will advance school psychology practice. We are proud to offer a National Association of School Psychologists (NASP) approved and California Commission on Teacher Credentialing (CCTC) accredited training program. We offer two Pupil Personnel Services Credentials and two degrees: 1. Pupil Personnel Services Credential: School Psychology option (PPS) 2. Pupil Personnel Services Intern Credential: School Psychology option 3. The Master of Arts (M.A.) in Education (School Psychology option); 4. The Specialist in Education (Ed.S.) in School Psychology;
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In response to the breaking news about the horrific school shooting in Connecticut, our thoughts and prayers are with all affected by this tragedy.
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CSUS School Psychology Association is holding an information night for prospective students on February 6th, 2014 at 5:30pm. This session will be held in Eureka 313E. We hope to see you there!
Please join our School Psychology Student Association for our Get Smart! two-day workshop! Both sessions will be from 8:30am - 3:30 pm. *Friday, January 10, 2014-- The DSM-5: Clinical, Educational and Legal Implications and *Friday, January 24, 2014-- Enhancing Student Success: Promoting Mental Health and Responding to Crisis What will you gain from these workshops? •7.5 hours of NASP Approved continuing education credits! •Opportunity to hear from experts in the fields on these critical topics! •Networking Opportunities for Professionals and Students! PRICING INFORMATION – For Early Registration, mail checks before December 20, 2013!!! Early Registration: Single Workshop: $75 (Students: $30) Both Workshops: $120 (Students: $60) Late Registration: Single Workshop: $95 (Students: $50) Both Workshops: $160 (Students: $100) ￼
Remember...Applications for our amazing program our due on March 1st!
Wondering what the next step is for your future? Want to help children be successful? Want a job that you will love? Join us for our information night! Learn about our program from current students. February 5th, 2013- 6PM-8PM Location: Folsom Room University Union Share this if you have friends who may be interested! Hope to see you all there!