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School psychological consultation in practice

P. Teeya Scholten

School psychological consultation in practice

a descriptive study of the consultant"s perspective

by P. Teeya Scholten

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Published .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • School psychologists -- Attitudes.

  • Edition Notes

    StatementP. Teeya Scholten.
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxviii, 237 leaves :
    Number of Pages237
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL21396647M

      By the time they finish the book, readers will have begun to forge their own personalized approach to consultation. This casebook is an ideal accompaniment to Dougherty's core consultation text, PSYCHOLOGICAL CONSULTATION AND COLLABORATION IN SCHOOL AND COMMUNITY SETTINGS, 6th Edition. Written for practitioners, researchers, faculty members, and graduate students in the fields of school psychology, school counseling, special education, and educational psychology, this volume is the first of its kind to provide a comprehensive look at consultation in learning environments across the world.

    In this practical text, readers watch experienced and effective psychologists, counselors and other human service professionals practice consultation and collaboration. By reading and responding to nine cases, they will be able to bridge the gap between theory and practice, between knowing what consultation is and knowing how to consult. Sample for: Psychological Consultation and Collaboration in School and Community Settings: Casebook Summary In this practical casebook--now in a convenient workbook format--readers ''watch'' experienced and effective psychologists, counselors, and other human service professionals practice consultation and Edition: 6th

    Behavioral consultation emerged in the s and is now considered an integral part of school-based practice. Within the school system, the consultant is typically the school psychologist while the client is the student. The consultee is typically a teacher or parent who works directly with the student (i.e., client). School Psychology Consultation, Teacher Efficacy, and Student Social-Behavioral Change Sally Payson Hays, Ph.D.1, Katherine Kosmos Ed.M., Ed.S.2, Valerie Lopes. Ph.D.3, Ross Greene, Ph.D.4, Elizabeth Ozer, Ph.D.5 ABSTRACT This study evaluated a week school-based school-psychologist/teacher consultation program implemented at twelve schools File Size: KB.


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School psychological consultation in practice by P. Teeya Scholten Download PDF EPUB FB2

With Dougherty's PSYCHOLOGICAL CONSULTATION AND COLLABORATION IN SCHOOL AND COMMUNITY SETTINGS, 6th Edition, you will see how human service professionals help others work more effectively to fulfill their work-related or caretaking responsibilities to individuals, groups, organizations, and by: The Third Edition of School Consultation: Conceptual and Empirical Bases of Practice shows in expert detail how this relationship works by synthesizing mental health and behavioral models of consultation with the most effective evidence-based practices (e.g., implementation support, response to intervention) informing the field today.

The authors provide real-world contexts for all participants in the equation―consultants, teachers, students, staff, and the school Cited by: Book Description. Consultation is a distinct professional practice with goals and functions different from direct clinical service or clinical supervision.

This book presents a comprehensive, practical foundation to develop or enhance consultation practice. The opening chapters introduce a competency-based, multicultural, Format: Paperback. Psychological Consultation and Collaboration: Introduction to Theory and Practiceprovides an overview of both the theory and practice of consultation and collaboration along with a summary of the empirical support, multicultural strengths, and limitations for each approach.

Coverage includes mental health consultation, behavioral consultation, organizational development consultation, and the processes in consultation /5(25).

School psychological consultation in practice book Consultation and Collaboration in School and Community Settings by A.

Michael Dougherty Book Resume: Focusing on how consulting is accomplished, this practical book provides a comprehensive and balanced overview of the practice and theory of consultation.

Casebook of Psychological Consultation and Collaboration in School and Community Settings ISBN In this practical book, readers “watch” experienced and effective psychologists, counselors, and other human service professionals practice consultation and collaboration.

Psychological Consultation and Collaboration: Introduction to Theory and Practiceoutlines the major theoretical approaches to consultation and collaboration and offers concrete ideas about the processes as well as techniques and strategies for use in collaboration and consultation. This comprehensive book provides an overview of both the theory and practice of consultation and collaboration Cited by: The handbook provides an overview of roles, models, and configurations of pediatric psychology practice in diverse inpatient and outpatient medical settings.

Chapters discuss the most frequently seen major pediatric conditions encountered in consultation practice. Coverage includes evaluation, intervention, and treatment of each : Springer International Publishing.

The Third Edition of School Consultation: Conceptual and Empirical Bases of Practice shows in expert detail how this relationship works by synthesizing mental health and behavioral models of consultation with the most effective evidence-based practices (e.g., implementation support, response to intervention) informing the field today.

The authors provide real-world contexts for all participants in the equation—consultants, teachers, students, staff, and the school. : Best Practices in School Psychology V (6 Volumes, 10 Sections, Chapters) (): Alex Thomas, Jeff Grimes: Books/5(11).

I would unequivocally adopt this book for a future course. The authors present foundations of consultation practice as well as examples of consultation in various settings.

The chapters on context-specific consultation provide the requirements clinicians need to be competent in those areas. —Nadya A. Fouad, PhD, ABPPPages: Consultation is intended to be a cooperative process between school psychologists and teachers as an effort to promote success in students who are struggling.

It can be used to help intervene with children displaying behavioral, emotional, or academic difficulties and help prevent the development of a more serious problem. Focusing on how consulting is accomplished, this practical book provides a comprehensive and balanced overview of the practice and theory of consultation.

The author presents a generic model for application, surveys various approaches to consultation, discusses the organizational context of consultation, and reviews the many ethical and professional issues consultants face.

Psychological Consultation and Collaboration: Introduction to Theory and Practice, 7th Edition. Duane Brown, University of North Carolina - Chapel Hill. Walter B. Pryzwansky, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Ann C. Schulte, North Carolina State : On-line Supplement.

This sixth book in the Prevention Practice Kit provides an introduction to evidence-based prevention in psychology. Counselors, psychologists and mental health workers in schools, government agencies, community settings, and in private practice are increasingly expected to select evidence-based practices and programs.

This book discusses the principles and practices of six consultation models in order to provide school social workers with advanced practice knowledge and skills. It identifies how school social work consultation is consistent with the RtI three-tiered service framework as well as social work ethics, while incorporating the needs of diverse communities and students.

Consultation is a key means of service delivery in many psychological services. However, the process of consultation is little explored in Educational Psychology literature, particularly in the United Kingdom (UK).

This paper focuses on a small-scale qualitative research study of psychological consultation provided by educational psychologists (EPs) for parents and Cited by: 7. The NASP Model for Comprehensive and Integrated School Psychological Services (PDF), also known as the NASP Practice Model, represents NASP's official policy regarding the delivery of school psychological services.

Dougherty's PSYCHOLOGICAL CONSULTATION AND COLLABORATION IN SCHOOL AND COMMUNITY SETTINGS, 5e, clearly demonstrates how human service professionals help others work more effectively to fulfill their work-related or caretaking responsibilities to individuals, groups, organizations, and communities.

As students follow this book's structure, they learn to develop their own personal consultation 5/5(1). In this practical casebook/workbook, readers “watch” experienced and effective psychologists, counselors, and other human service professionals practice consultation and collaboration.

By reading and responding to eight cases, they will be able to bridge the gap between theory and practice, and between knowing what consultation is and knowing how to.

Gutkin, T. and Curtis, M. () 'School-Based Consultation Theory and Practice: The Art and Science of Indirect Service Delivery', in C. Reynolds and T. Gutkin (eds) The Handbook of School Psychology, 3rd edn. New York: Wiley.

Google ScholarCited by: Consultation and collaboration are characterized as problem-solving processes that involve a variety of key decision points. A generic model is provided for students in a "cognitive map" upon which they can reflect when attempting to determine effective practice.Mental health consultation is a service to many different professionals to assist them in dealing with the psychological aspects of a current work problem, and, to deal more effectively with similar problems in the future.

Developed as a preventative .