COVID-19 Resources for School Psychologists

DISCLAIMER: The materials referenced on this web page are optional educational resources for schools. ASPP has not evaluated all of these resources and does not endorse any of the information on these pages. This information is solely a set of curated resources for you to use at your discretion. Check with your state department of education and local education authority about requirements for instruction.

PRACTICING SCHOOL PSYCHOLOGISTS: The following table includes information to support your practice as a school psychologist with a focus on indirect service delivery.
Considerations for Returning to School from COVID-19 Closures
Expanding your role during COVID-19 Disruptions  Hear from colleagues in PA - 
Virtual Service Delivery in Response to COVID-19 Disruptions
Telehealth Services
NASP Resources Related to COVID-19
Professional Development
Related Organizations’ COVID-19 Practitioner Resources
Guidance on Providing FAPE for Students with Disabilities Through Remote Instruction
Maintaining Relationships with Children
Grief Resources

SELF-CARE: Utilizing self-care, related healthy habits, and coping strategies when faced with everyday challenges as well as more significant stressors is critical. The following table provides self-care strategies for school psychologists.
 Content Links
Self-Care for School Psychologists (Dirsmith & Fidazzo, 2020)
Self-Care for School Psychologists (NASP)
Mindfulness Strategies
Preventing Loneliness

WORKING REMOTELY: The following table provides you with tips on working remotely.
Remote Meetings
Guidelines for Working Remotely
Tips on Working from Home