TSP 2022 Annual Conference

  • 14 Feb 2022
  • 8:00 AM - 9:00 PM
  • Northeastern University, Boston MA


TSP 2022  "For the love of the profession"

February 14, 2022

Northeastern University, Boston, MA

Registration includes the keynote, day of conference sessions, poster session, and reception.

Registration is $70 (members), $90 (non-members), $20 (students)

Tentative Schedule of Events

8:15-8:45 am Check-In/Registration (Coffee and Pastries)

8:45-10:00 am Welcome & Keynote Address by Dr. Andria Amador

"Training the next generation of comprehensive school psychologists"

Andria Amador, Ed.D., NCSP, is the Senior Director of Behavioral Health Services for the Boston Public Schools (BPS).  Andria has dedicated her career to urban school psychology and began her career as a school psychologist before becoming an administrator.  Andria, along with her staff and partners, have developed the Comprehensive Behavioral Health Model (CBHM).  CBHM is a multi-tiered system of supports designed to support the behavioral health needs of students across a continuum of prevention, early-intervention and intensive services.  Implementation of CBHM requires BPS school psychologists to expand their scope of service delivery to include all NASP Domains of Practice.  Andria was the Past President of Massachusetts School Psychology Association and currently has the pleasure of serving as the NASP Delegate for MA.  She is also the coordinator of the NASP Supervision Interest Group and is the former chair of the NASP Practice Model Committee.  A document on the program can be found here.

10:15-11:30 am Workshops:

  • Teaching and Supervising Consultation – Panel Discussion
  • Transforming School Mental Health Services : Culturally Responsible Dual_Factor+ Model
  • Superhero Supervisors- Improving Retention By Co-constructing Field Experiences
  • Unanticipated Effects of a Pandemic: Change in Beliefs About Online Education in School Psychology 

11:30-12:55 Lunch on your Own

1:00-1:55 pm TSP Business Meeting

2:15-3:15 pm Workshops:

  • When practice isn’t possible: Using simulation programs to (re)construct experiential instruction
  • Addressing the Shortage of Rural School Psychologists in Existing In-Person Programs
  • TBD
  • The Course on Cognitive Assessment: Challenges, Opportunities, and Planning for the Future

3:30-4:30 Workshops

  • Replications and Registered Reports in the Journal of School Psychology: A New Initiative
  • COVID-19 Student Wellbeing Study: Resiliency as a Stress Buffer
  • Recruiting Faculty: Bringing the NASP Resource Guide to Life
  • TBD

6:00-9:30 pm Award Reception/Poster Session

  • Posters will be provided on TSP website with a QR code and Title with authors available at reception. 
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