CSP faculty members Michael Hass, Kelly Kennedy and Jeanne Anne Carriere are active members of the Consortium to Advance School Psychology in Vietnam (CASP-V). The mission of the Consortium for the Advancement of School Psychology in Vietnam or CASP-V is to establish the discipline and profession of School Psychology in Vietnam by working collaboratively to promote the highest quality educational standards and applied practices in school psychology.
CASP-V is unique in that it is the first multilateral collaboration in education between the USA and Vietnam. CASP-V has four focus areas:
- Collaboratively building capacity at Vietnamese institutions of higher education to offer high quality educational programs in School Psychology
- Offering professional development program and co-sponsoring conferences that will build the capacity of practitioners and enhance multi-lateral cooperation
- Assist in the establishment of School Psychology Service Centers that will provide direct services to children and families in Vietnam
- Conduct collaborative research on topics important to School Psychology.
CASP V has sponsored three international school psychology conferences and is currently planning a fourth for the summer of 2014. CASP V has also conducted a series of three professional development workshops in Vietnam for Vietnamese academics, practitioners and students.
Please contact Dr. Michael Hass, Chair of U.S. Board of Executives at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.