All children and youth attain the learning, behavior, and mental health skills needed to meet life’s opportunities.
GASP empowers school psychologists to promote the learning, behavior, and mental health of children and youth in a dynamic educational environment.
Integrity: GASP will promote and maintain the highest standards of ethics, training, and professional practices in the provision of psychological services in the schools in the state of Georgia.
Advocacy: GASP will promote and advance equitable education and mental health in order to influence outcomes, positively affecting the lives of children, youth, families, and the school communities we serve.
A Focus on Children and Youth: GASP prioritizes the needs of children, youth, and families while assisting in the development of sound educational and mental health practices.
Continuous Improvement: GASP sets challenging objectives, researches current trends, and evaluates the effectiveness of organizational processes and professional practices.
Diversity: GASP honors individual, cultural, and other contextual differences in our own interactions and as they shape students' development.
Collaborative Relationships: GASP partners with other student-focused educational and support organizations to improve the education and mental health of children.
Visionary Leadership: GASP demonstrates a commitment to a positive and productive work environment by remaining open to new ideas, encouraging mutual success, maintaining professionalism, and respecting decisions of the group.
Adopted GASP Business Meeting– Jekyll Island October 25, 2018