Become a Member

The Idaho School Psychologist Association is a professional organization that represents and advocates solely for Idaho School Psychologists. Your membership brings you many benefits among which are access to a discussion forum, links to trainings & resources, a monthly ISPA Connections email, resources created or shared by fellow members and trained leadership available to answer questions and listen to concerns. 

  • Job announcements

  Professional Training

  • Continued professional development postings
  • Discounted conference fees
  • Advanced training and specialization, which would allow school psychologists to document training in advanced areas
  • Joint agreement with other organizations to attend their conferences at discounted rates


  • Public relations advocacy
  • Licensing and vendorship lobbying
  • Protection of professional interests
  • Ability to vote and hold office


  • Local connections through regional ISPA meetings
  • Connections with members of affiliated statewide organizations
  • On-line training opportunities
  • Inclusion in the annual directory of members
  • Access to e-mail list servers for discussions and current issues


  • Quarterly ISPA newletters

  Members only access

  • Web content 
  • ListServ access
  • Resource downloads
  • Student scholarships
  • Membership application and payment on-line 
  • Mini-grants offered only to members
  • Trinkets (calculators, T-shirts, etc.)

Levels of membership

  • Professional – certified by the State of Idaho as a school psychologist or psychological examiner; or is trained as a school psychologist, but currently functioning as a consultant or supervisor in psychological services; or primarily engaged in the training of school psychologists at a college or university.
  • Affiliate – persons who are licensed by the State of Idaho as a psychologist, but not endorsed as a school psychologist. This person should be engaged in professional work that is primarily psychological and/or school related (directors of special education, teachers, counselors) in nature.
  • Student – membership in this category shall be open to those currently enrolled in a school psychology-training program, or other students whose interests are in accordance with the stated objectives of this organization.
  • Retired – one who has retired and has been a member in good standing.

Membership questions can be answered by:

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