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Mission Statement

The association shall have for its objectives the discussion and exchange of professional knowledge on matters pertaining to the administration and execution of the duties of school psychologist, the improvement of professional practices, the promotion of professional ethics, the advancement of school psychology as a vital service within the educational program and the promotion of public and professional understanding of the functions of the school psychologist and the value of psychological services.

SCASP Executive Committee

Matthew Park

SCASP President

Matthew Park is a graduate of the School Psychology program at San Francisco State University and is a Nationally Certified School Psychologist (NCSP). He has been working in the field of School Psychology since 2006.  Matthew is currently the lead School Psychologist in Santa Rosa City Schools and supports both West Side Elementary School District and Alexander Valley Union School District and has worked with all age groups Pre-School through 21. Matthew has also worked as a School Psychologist in Southern California and Cleveland, OH. 

Linda Beth Ginsberg

SCASP President-Elect

Linda Beth Ginsberg is a school psychologist with Petaluma City Schools. Over the course of a long and varied career in education, she has worked with students from preschool through college and is currently serving happily at the elementary level. Linda Beth enjoys her role as a "learning detective" in helping students, staff and families understand and support each child's unique strengths and challenges. She has done additional training in positive psychology and the science of well-being. Once upon a very long time ago, Linda Beth was an anthropologist and she brings that cross-cultural perspective to understanding school, family and community systems.

Annalise Puentes, Ed.S

SCASP Co-Secretary

Annalise Puentes graduated from Chapman University and has been a school psychologist since 2010. She has been a member of the SCASP Board of Directors since 2014. She has worked in both Southern California and Indiana, and agrees that Sonoma County is the best place to be!

Bethany Deniz, Ed.S, NCSP, LEP

SCASP Co-Secretary

Bethany Deniz has been a school psychologist for 12 years. She has worked with students from preschool through high school with a wide range of abilities. She currently works in the elementary setting and loves this age group.  She has a special interest in specific learning disability identification using the Patterns of Strengths and Weaknesses (PSW) model and has experience providing training on PSW with her colleague Annalise Puentes, throughout Sonoma County.

Suzanne Tribbey

SCASP Co-Treasurer

Suzanne Tribbey is a Program Specialist at the Sonoma County SELPA and Charter SELPA. She has over a decade of experience as a Nationally Certified School Psychologist (NCSP) and has almost twenty years of experience working in special education. Her interests include assessment and interventions for students with autism, intellectual disabilities, and behavioral challenges. She has worked with student populations from preschool up to adult programs. Suzanne has been an active member and held leadership positions with SCASP. She is also a cadre member with Positive Environments, Network of Trainers (PENT).

Steve Powner

SCASP Co-Treasurer

Bio coming soon!

Cecilia Valdovinos, M.S., NCSP

SCASP Media Chair

Cecilia Valdovinos is a bilingual school psychologist at Petaluma City Schools. She graduated from the University of Oregon with her masters degree, and has been a practicing school psychologist with students in grades Pre-K through 12. Cecilia has a special interest in intervention planning and positive behavioral interventions and supports. Her favorite things about being a school psychologist are meeting so many amazing students, and being a problem-solver through assessment, consultation, and collaboration. 

Zenia Lemos Horning

CASP Region 1 Representative

Bio coming soon!

Member at large

Membership Chair

Member At Large
SCASP is now looking for interested candidates in becoming our CEU coordinator. Please contact SCASP if you are interested.