The Ohio School Psychologists Association

"Putting Pieces Together For Ohio Students"

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Mission Statement: The mission of Southwest Ohio School Psychologist Association is to support the professionals in this region to develop the knowledge and skills needed to better serve students and families.
   
Newsletter and Publications: The SWOSPA Scoop, the triannual newsletter of SWOSPA, is mailed to members.
   
Membership Form (Updated September, 2014): Click Here and complete a membership form to become a SWOSPA member.
   
Website: Like SWOSPA on facebook! https://www.facebook.com/pages/Swospa/244462918927658
   
Ohio Counties Served: SWOSPA serves ten counties at this time (including Hamilton, Butler, Warren, Clermont, Preble, Montgomery, Green, Clark, Clinton, and Fayette). We welcome and encourage participation and dual membership from members of other regional school psychology organizations for greater professional growth and collegiality. All school psychologists (practicing, retired, university trainers, interns, practicum students, and first year students) are welcome; find and like us on facebook to keep up to date. 
   
Current President:

Autumn La Riche

Work:  937-562-9708
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President-Elect:

 

   
Secretary:

Sarah Stampfle

Work: (877) 648-2512X2111

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Treasurer:

Nick DeGrazia

Work: 937-832-6756

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Current Membership: 141
   
Number of OSPA Executive Board Members: 2
   
Usual Meeting Location:

Dorothy Lane Market Springboro

740 N. Main St

Springboro, OH45066

   
Conference:

The Southwest Ohio School Psychologists Association (SWOSPA) in conjunction with Miami University is pleased to announce our 2015 Spring Conference, scheduled for Thursday, April 16th at The Miami University.  The presentation will focus on Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASD)

Frank J. Sansoti, Ph.D., NCSP, an Associate Professor in the the School Psychology program at Kent State University, will be presenting.  Participants will gain a contemporary understanding of ASD and the current state of practice, with a predominant focus on needed assessment and evidence based intervention practices.

Thursday, April 16, 2015

   
Contact for
Meeting Information:
Contact Autumn LaRiche at the email and/or phone number listed above.