Div. 16 is an exciting division with many activities and services to benefit you.
- A journal: School Psychology Quarterly, free to members.
- A newsletter: The School Psychologist, free to members.
- A practitioner-oriented book series, Applying Psychology in the Schools.
- Materials for professional preparation and continuing education, such as The Conversation Series videotape interviews with accompanying study guides.
- A convention program at annual APA conferences focusing on issues relevant to school psychology practice, research, and training.
- Representation on APA boards, groups representing school psychology (in particular the National Association of School Psychologists), and other organizations concerned with children, families, and schools.
- Awards for distinguished service, senior scientists, outstanding dissertation, and early career accomplishments.
- Hospitality suites and social hours at annual APA Conventions.
- Opportunities to become involved in special interest groups on topics relevant to school psychology practice, research, and training (such as ethnic minority affairs, ethics, preschool services, psychopharmacology, and women in school psychology).
- Links to various APA programs, for instance the Minority Fellowship Programs
- Employers: Post your position announcements here.
- View position openings in school psychology.
If interested in learning more about federal advocacy please contact the Div. 16 Federal Advocacy Coordinator, Linda A. Reddy, Fairleigh Dickinson University, 131 Temple Avenue, Hackensack, NJ. 07601, Office (201) 692-2649, or by email.
- A email list is maintained to facilitate communication among Div. 16 members. Contact Amanda Sullivan, PhD, by email to be added to the email list.
Associate members, full members, and fellows of APA are eligible to become associates, members, and fellows of Div. 16. Annual dues are $45.
The Professional Affiliate status is reserved for credentialed school psychologists or other psychologists who are not members of APA. Professional Affiliates can vote for all offices within Div. 16 with the exception of Representatives to Council, and they receive all divisional benefits (such as the division journal and newsletter). Annual dues are $55.
The International Affiliate status is reserved for individuals who are credentialed school psychologists, other psychologists, or individuals pursuing preparation in school psychology who live outside the United States and Canada. Annual dues are $5.
Student in School Psychology Affiliate status is open to students who are enrolled in school psychology graduate programs with the endorsement of a faculty member who is also a member of APA. Annual dues are $20.
Jessica A. Hoffman
Department of Counseling and Applied Educational Psychology
212 B Lake Hall
Boston, MA 02115
Phone: (617) 373-5257
Fax: (617) 373-8892