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South Bay Association of School Psychologists
Reorganized on December 11, 2008



South Bay Association of School Psychologists

The South Bay Association of School Psychologist(SBASP) is a professional organization representing school psychologists in the South Bay area of Los Angeles. SBASP serves its members by providing professional growth and networking opportunities.

SBASP is an affiliate of the California Association of School Psychologists (CASP) and is part of Region V.

SBASP is associated with the Southwest SELPA which is comprised of the following school districts:

  • Centinela Valley Union High School District
  • El Segundo Unified School District
  • Hawthorne School District
  • Hermosa Beach City School District
  • Inglewood Unified School District
  • Lawndale School District
  • Lennox School District
  • Manhattan Beach Unified School District
  • Palos Verdes Peninsula Unified School District
  • Redondo Beach Unified School District
  • Torrance Unified School District
  • Wiseburn School District
  • Charter Schools

SBASP membership welcomes school psychologists who work in school districts and/or private practices, graduate school psychology students, and retired school psychologists. Annual membership is $25, student membership is $15, and retirement membership is $25.

President's Message

Dear Colleagues,

      I can’t believe it’s Fall 2015.  Hope you all had a joyous, yet restful summer break.  I am very honored to serve you again this 2015-2016 school year as SBASP President. 

     SBASP has been diligently working on finding ways to better support school psychologists, such as trainings on updated testing instruments and trainings on evidence-based practices in relevant resources needed to support our children.  In addition, SBASP is also brainstorming ways to uplift school psychologists, as we as a group tend to hyper-focus on servicing our students, their families, and staff, and get lost in the busy daily details of our profession.  Because we are key players in our children’s development and well-being, our excitement and joy for our job can be cultivated by the connections and support we provide to one another.  Therefore, I encourage you to reach out to SBASP and support our cause—to uplift and inspire school psychologists.

     Our Southwest SELPA has been graciously supportive and I would like to thank them on the behalf of SBASP.  Without their support, some of our trainings would not have been possible.

     I look forward to productive year and thank you for another opportunity to serve you.  May you all have a wonderful year!


Sincerely, 

Leana Tsue      



 
 
Mission Statement
To promote and advance quality education through the dissemination of information on educational issues and psychological research

To assist in the development of sound educational practices in the total school program

To provide a meaningful and effective in-service education program for the Membership

To promote and adhere to the highest standards of ethics in the profession of school psychology

To provide channels through which those engaged in psychological services can discuss matters pertaining to the organization and administration of pupil services and the improvement of professional practices