Christy Hagan, Ed.S., 
GASP President

"Changing Tides: Current Research,
Intervention, and Practice" 

GASP VISION- For all students to be intellectually, personally, and socially prepared to meet life's opportunities.
GASP MISSION- To provide school psychologists in Georgia with the highest level of support and professional training so that they can remain effective in a dynamic educational environment.

JOINING/ RENEWING- It's easy! But please visit the FAQ page to address any questions. (Joining- application page, Renewing- Log into your Profile)

CONDUCTING RESEARCH?- Click here for information.

FAQS- Frequently Asked Questions.  Go here first!                                        





10 Feb 2016 10:00 AM (EST) • Capitol Building- Atlanta
27 Feb 2016 9:30 AM (EST) • Bibb County Career Center Annex
01 Apr 2016 8:30 AM (EDT) • TBA




We have the discussion forums (professional issues, regional/ local workshops, student internships/ jobs) to share ideas, the GASP Quarterly publication "Dialogue" is online, and members PLU/CEU hours will be listed under each member profiles for re-certification or licensing reference.



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