ASPP President's Message

Welcome to the new and improved website of the Association of School Psychologists of Pennsylvania!  We hope you will find our new website to be more functional, intuitive, and resourceful.
As an association, ASPP represents and advocates for the interests of over 1700 school psychologists in Pennsylvania.  ASPP has advocated for children and school psychologists in terms of mental health and educational services for all children, promoting interventions to curb school violence, and speaking up about accepting all children regardless of their country of origin, religion, ethnicity or gender identity.
In addition, ASPP continues to provide high quality professional development and networking opportunities through the Penn State/Fall Conference in State College and has continued to support additional university partnerships through the co-sponsored Temple and Duquesne Conferences in the spring.  Membership in ASPP provides discounts to these wonderful opportunities.
Thank you if you are already a member.  If you are not a member, please consider joining your colleagues and expanding our presence and voice for school psychology in Pennsylvania.  We want to keep the pace going in Pennsylvania but can only do it with your support.  Your membership supports all of the volunteer efforts to continue offering professional development opportunities and advocate for you and your livelihood at the state and federal level.
Individually our voice may be quiet, but together our voice may be loud.  Let’s make our voices heard!
Be visible...Tuum Est,
David Lillenstein, D.Ed., NCSP
ASPP President
Conference Chair
ASPP/PPA Liaison


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