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»Counseling and School Psychology Travel Courses

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The graduate programs in Counseling and School Psychology have sponsored short-term travel courses in Guatemala, Cambodia and Vietnam. These study abroad programs afford students practical experience and allow them to provide more culturally competent services to families from these areas that are living and learning in California.

For CSP students, these travel exchange courses substitute for CSP 514 - Cultural and Community Issues in either the Counseling or School Psychology programs. Students from other CES programs are also welcome. Please contact Drs. Michael Hass at mhass@chapman.edu or Kelly Kennedy at kkennedy@chapman.edu.

+-Consortium to Advance School Psychology in Vietnam (CASP-V)

Dr. Hass in VietnamCSP 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:

  1. Collaboratively building capacity at Vietnamese institutions of higher education to offer high quality educational programs in School Psychology
  2. Offering professional development program and co-sponsoring conferences that will build the capacity of practitioners and enhance multi-lateral cooperation
  3. Assist in the establishment of School Psychology Service Centers that will provide direct services to children and families in Vietnam
  4. 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 mhass@chapman.edu for more information.

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