CASP-I has worked on numerous collaborative research projects. In one particular collaborative research, CASP-I members collected epidemiological data on risk and protective factors among Vietnamese adolescents. In January 2013, data collection for the Healthy Student-Vietnam Survey was completed with the partnership of Doctors Michael Hass, Phuong Le, and Brian Leung from the U.S., as well as Đỗ Hạnh Ngaat, Trần Tú Anh, and Nguyễn Thị Minh Hằng from Vietnam.
CASP-I held its first U.S.-Vietnam conference on School Psychology in Vietnam on August 3rd and 4th, 2009. The second conference occurred in January 2011 whereas the third conference took place in July 2012. Last year, in August 2014, CASP-I held its fourth conference and expects to hold its fifth conference in summer 2016.
Professional Development Training
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Program & Curriculum Development
CASP-I has made strides to collaborate with institutions in Vietnam to establish pilot educational programs in school psychology, including the Education Program Development Initiative. The goal of this initiative is to develop a master's level program in school psychology in Vietnam that combines content and practices of school psychology, counseling, and social work, while maintaining sensitivity toward the Vietnamese national and regional cultures, and addressing the unique needs of Vietnamese students, children, families and practitioners.