Originally published in 1989, school psychology, according to the contributors of this unique volume, is an approach to problem solving, not simply a setting- specific profession. Following Lightner Witmer's original notion, the editors lay a foundation for the field of school psychology in "nontraditional" settings.
Such nontraditional practice stems from data showing that school psychologists display skills and abilities that can be applied successfully to a variety of client needs in numerous settings. This special book directly affects both the practicing school psychologist and those in training, as well as professionals and students in clinical child psychology, counseling, and educational psychology.
|Publisher:||Taylor & Francis|
|Series:||Routledge Library Editions: Psychology of Education|
|Sold by:||Barnes & Noble|
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Table of Contents
Preface. Contributors. 1. The School Psychologist as an Applied Educational Psychologist Jack I. Bardon 2. The School Psychologist as a Community/Family Service Provider Jane Close Conoley 3. Private Practice as an Alternative Setting for School Psychologists Walter B. Pryzwansky 4. School Psychology in Medical Settings David L. Wodrich and Steven I. Pfeiffer 5. School Psychology Applied to Business Patti L. Harrison and George MCloskey 6. The School Psychologist in Neurological Settings Brian J. Stone, Jeffrey W. Gray, and Raymond S. Dean 7. School Psychology in Residential Treatment Facilities Richard J. Morris and Yvonne P. Morris 8. The Past, Present, and Future of School Psychology in Nontraditional Settings Rik Carl D’Amato and Raymond S. Dean. Author Index. Subject Index.