The “Feeling CARED in School: A Journey around the World” project is organized by the Laboratory of School Psychology (LSP), National and Kapodistrian University of Athens (NKUA) in collaboration with the ISPA School Psychology Trainers Task Force and the ISPA Student Organizing Committee.
We invite you to our second webinar of this year on Friday, March 18th! Click here to read more and here to read the flyer.
Are you interested in applying for the post? The ISPA Executive Secretary Davy Blekman has informed the Executive Committee of his intention to resign from the post on June 30th 2022. As Director of ZonderZorg, Davy managed the Central Office (CO) at the office of ZonderZorg, Leidseplein, Amsterdam, for almost 10 years. He was supported [...]
The International School Psychology Association is very concerned about the humanitarian crisis in Eastern Europe following the military actions and the escalating situation in Ukraine. ISPA in solidarity with the international community offers our strong support to all adults and children affected by this enormous crisis. High levels of armed violence and insecurity have a [...]
International Synergy and Dialogos ISPA Networking Series Initiative Dear ISPA colleagues, I hope that you and your loved ones are safe and well! Following our ISPA position statement and a call to action to support school communities worldwide during the global pandemic, we continue our efforts for promoting children’s well-being and resilience. Uniting our efforts [...]
Organized by: The Laboratory of School Psychology, National and Kapodistrian University of Athens and The ISPA School Psychology Trainers Task Force and the ISPA Student Organizing Committee. Be creative and participate in ISPA’s international online exhibition Feeling CARED in school: A Journey Around the World “Feeling CARED in School” Connected Accepted Respected Empowered and Discovering [...]
Membership for NEW students is free for the first year: ISPA Student Membership activities, benefits, and services include: Advocate: Join with ISPA colleagues to advocate for children, young people, and their families, with global associations, including representation with UNESCO. Connect: Attend the ISPA annual conference and engage in professional development with students and colleagues from around the world. [...]
The International School Psychology Association (ISPA) promotes principles and practices that aim to advance unprejudiced and inclusive personal, social, and cultural values and attitudes, and act in ways that are in the best interest of children and youth, educators, parents, institutions, communities, and the profession. School psychologists are committed to the principle that the contributions [...]
Following yesterday’s Leadership Workshop (July 14), we are publishing this modified version of the Ethics Code proposal. Only minor changes were made after ISPA’s Leadership Workshop and this will be the version to be voted on at the GA this afternoon. The Ethics Forum is still accessible online and can still be used for posting comments [...]