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Renewal Process

The ABSNP, LLC Office will send current diplomates renewal notices approximately 60, then 30 days prior to the due date of their certification renewal. The Diplomate in School Neuropsychology Certification is valid for one year from the initial issuance date. In order to maintain an active status with the board, Diplomates in School Neuropsychology must obtain 6 hours of continuing education credit (CEUs/CPDs) by the anniversary date of their credential date. There is also a $75 annual renewal fee.

NEW! There is a new renewal category for Diplomate in School Neuropsychology credential holders that are retired from professional practice, yet still want to maintain their professional identity. The annual renewal fee for retirees is $25 and there is not a continuing education requirement.

Renewal Instructions

When your renewal is due, current holders of the Diplomate in School Neuropsychology credential should log into the members only section of this website using their assigned username and password (entered above). You will be directed to a form where you can enter information about your required 6 hours of continuing education and you may pay your $75.00 renewal fee using a Mastercard or VISA, check or money order, or a purchase order. Note if you are paying by check or money order or purchase order your credential will not be marked as paid until payment is received.

In the members only section of the website you may also update your personal information and professional credentials as needed. Please keep your email address(es) up-to-date because that is the principal way we communicate with you.

What Are Appropriate Continuing Education (CEU) or Continuing Professional Development (CPD) units?
The emerging subspecialization of school neuropsychology is rapidly advancing. Every year there are advances in assessment and intervention techniques and practitioners need to remain current. There are several ways to remain current in the field including attending professional development conferences such as:

If a Diplomate chooses not to renew their credential, they are required to send back their Diplomate certificate to the board and their name will be removed from the active list of Diplomates. It is unethical to claim Diplomate status in the board unless the membership is maintained.