Most athletic counseling students join the Association for Applied Sport Psychology (AASP) to meet other students and professionals in the field, to attend the annual fall conference at a discount rate, and to be eligible to apply to become certified consultants (CC, AASP). AASP members also receive the Journal of Applied Sport Psychology, Journal of Sport Psychology in Action, and online access to the AASP Newsletter three times a year (winter, summer, and fall).
Information about becoming a CC, AASP is available at appliedsportpsych.org.
CC, AASP and Springfield College show how athletic counseling and AASP certification requirements are related and are useful resources for students interested in becoming certified consultants.
- AASP Certification
- Athletic Counseling Faculty
- Athletic Counseling Internship/Practica Opportunities
- Athletic Counseling Research Team
- Electives for Athletic Counseling
- Graduate Fellowship and Graduate Assistant Positions
- Requirements for Athletic Counseling
- Sample 2 Year Plan of Study for CC, AASP and Springfield College Athletic Counseling Requirements