The New Hampshire Association of School Psychologists (NHASP) is pleased to announce that
we are partnering with the School Neuropsychology Institute to offer
their Spring Conference online to all practitioners!


Neuropsychology of Trauma: Trauma Sensitive Assessments 

Presented by Dr. Steven G. Feifer

3 CEU/CPD Approved by APA and NASP

3 hour asynchronous webinar (access for 6 months or until credit earned)

Live remote Q&A on June 3rd from 12:30 - 1:30 with Dr. Feifer 

The pre-recorded CE Webinar will be accessible on May 27th after 8:00 am EST. Participants are encouraged to watch/listen to
the webinar any time after it is made available and to participate in an online Q&A session with Dr. Feifer on June 3rd.

Registration is open to any practitioner or educator (e.g., school psychologist, psychologist, mental health professional, school counselor, teachers, and administrators) who would like to participate, not just NHASP members. Registrations must be received by MAY 24th at noon EST, so please go to to register now! 

Webinar continuing education credits are both NASP and APA approved. 

The fee for the webinar is $90

By May 27th, you will receive an email from the School Neuropsychology Institute ( providing you with a username and password for their website, where you can watch the webinar whenever it is convenient. Lecture handouts
will be available on the School Neuropsychology Institute website after logging in. 

You will have up to six months to view the webinar. To receive 3 hours of NASP and APA approved continuing education credits, you will be required to complete a review quiz and an evaluation form. You can then access your CE Certificate of Completion.

Join us for this virtual NHASP Spring Conference from the comfort of your own home, which saves
you hotel and travel expenses!

Participants will be invited to attend a live online Q&A video chat with Dr. Feifer held on June 3rd, 12:30 - 1:30 pm EST.
A separate webinar invitation will be emailed to the registered participants prior to the live event.

Please contact Ryan Long at with specific questions.


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Phone: 603-415-0451 

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