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School Consultation

School Consultation Author William P. Erchul
ISBN-10 9781489900784
Release 2013-06-29
Pages 232
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Consultation is an indirect model of delivering psychological services. Within this model, a consultant and caregiver (consultee) work together to optimize the functioning of a client in the caregiver's setting and to increase the caregiver's capacity to deal with similar situations in the future. In schools, for example, a psychologist may consult with a teacher about a student in the teacher's classroom. The practice of school consultation has burgeoned since its formal introduction into public education during the 1960s. Today, graduate training programs in various specialties of psychology and education require coursework in consultation, and many professionals in these areas spend some portion of their day engaged in consultation. Consultation can be a powerful tool in delivering psychological services in schools, but only when the consultant possesses a requisite level of skill and sophistication. In preparing this volume, we envi sioned its major purpose as reducing the level of naivete typically experienced by the beginning school consultant. Toward that end, we offer a systematic approach to school consultation that targets much of the information needed for one to consult in a competent manner. The reader should note that our use ofthe somewhat ambiguous term school consultant is intentional and recognizes that consultants working in schools today represent a variety of professional disciplines. The pri mary intended audience for this book, however, is clinical child psy chologists and school psychologists, although psychologists having other specialties are likely to find its content useful.



The Clinical Assessment of Children and Adolescents

The Clinical Assessment of Children and Adolescents Author Steven R. Smith
ISBN-10 9781317843467
Release 2015-09-07
Pages 648
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This book highlights assessment techniques, issues, and procedures that appeal to practicing clinicians. Rather than a comprehensive Handbook of various tests and measures, The Clinical Assessment of Children and Adolescents is a practitioner-friendly text that provides guidance for test selection, interpretation, and application. With topics ranging from personality assessment to behavioral assessment to the assessment of depression and thought disorder, the leaders in the field of child and adolescent measurement outline selection and interpretation of measures in a manner that is most relevant to clinicians and graduate students. Each chapter makes use of extensive case material in order to highlight issues of applicability.



Helping Schoolchildren with Chronic Health Conditions

Helping Schoolchildren with Chronic Health Conditions Author Daniel Clay
ISBN-10 1593850433
Release 2004-06-02
Pages 178
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Designed to help school psychologists and other school-based professionals create an optimal learning environment for the 10-15% of students who experience chronic, significant health problems, this volume provides up-to-date information, cost-effective strategies, and practical clinical and educational tools. The convenient, large-size format and lay-flat binding facilitate photocopying and day-to-day use. Indispensable features include: * Discussions of specific health conditions and their impact in K-12 settings * Interventions to maximize school participation, coping, and social functioning * Guidelines for developing IEPs and 504 plans as required by law * Keys to building effective partnerships with parents, teachers, and medical providers * Many reproducibles: assessment tools, student worksheets, parent handouts, and more This book is in The Guilford Practical Intervention in the Schools Series. Winner--American Journal of Nursing Book of the Year Award



Preschool Assessment

Preschool Assessment Author Marla R. Brassard
ISBN-10 9781606234181
Release 2011-06-08
Pages 658
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Comprehensive and user friendly, this ideal professional reference and graduate text provides a developmentally informed framework for assessing 3- to 6-year-olds in accordance with current best practices and IDEA 2004 guidelines. The authors are leading clinician-researchers who take the reader step by step through selecting appropriate measures, integrating data from a variety of sources, and using the results to plan and evaluate effective interventions and learning experiences. Coverage encompasses screening and assessment of cognitive, linguistic, emotional, and behavioral difficulties, including mental retardation and autism. Case studies illustrate key facets of assessing diverse children and families; appendices offer concise reviews of over 100 instruments.



New Directions in Behavior Development

New Directions in Behavior Development Author Sidney William Bijou
ISBN-10 1878978241
Release 1996
Pages 189
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The product of an international conference on behavior analytic theory of development psychology, this book presents the most recent thinking of some of the best known voices in behavior development. This volume is an important one for anybody who wants to keep up with behavioral views of development, which are constantly evolving as new research findings open up new perspectives.



Behavioral Consultation in Applied Settings

Behavioral Consultation in Applied Settings Author Thomas R. Kratochwill
ISBN-10 9781475793956
Release 2013-11-21
Pages 179
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This guidebook has been developed as a skill-training package to teach psychologists, counselors, social workers, and other applied mental-health professionals a model for the delivery of behavioral interventions through a behavioral consultation approach. This train ing guide is an abridged version of the skills taught as part of a behavioral consultation model. As such it is not intended to be an exhaustive program in behavioral consultation. Usually, consultation skills are taught over a period of several months in university training programs. Also, the most successful use of the guidebook can be accom plished only with prerequisite training in behavioral analysis and assessment as a method of delivering psychological services. Thus, individuals using this guidebook should obtain supervised training in this area. The book is also designed to accompany Bergan and Kratochwill (1990). Some individuals may have a background in behavioral assess ment and intervention. In this case, the use of this guidebook can provide the user who has not been exposed to the specifics of the behavioral consultation approach valuable information regarding in terviewing forms of assessment and intervention. Such activities can be extremely useful when incorporated into regular clinical work in applied settings and supplemented with other assessment and inter vention methods. Given the importance of successful interviewing in applied settings, a major clinical tool should be available after careful study of this guidebook.



Behavioral Interventions in Schools

Behavioral Interventions in Schools Author Angeleque Akin-Little
ISBN-10 UOM:39015084116592
Release 2009
Pages 350
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Offers school psychologists, counselors, social workers, school administrators, and teachers with a summary of ecologically sound primary, secondary, and tertiary prevention strategies. This book discusses prevention measures such as positive behavior support and group contingencies that schools can implement system-wide.



Transdiagnostic Treatments for Children and Adolescents

Transdiagnostic Treatments for Children and Adolescents Author Jill Ehrenreich-May
ISBN-10 9781462512973
Release 2013-11-06
Pages 447
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This volume presents cutting-edge advances in case conceptualization and intervention for children and adolescents, who typically present for mental health treatment with multiple, overlapping problems. Leading clinician-researchers examine common processes--including stress and coping, attention and interpretation biases, avoidant behaviors, and peer and family interactions--that underlie the development and maintenance of diverse forms of psychopathology. They describe exemplary treatments that target these processes and can be used across diagnostic categories. Chapters on specific treatment protocols address the theoretical foundations, clinical strategies used, which patient populations each treatment is suitable for, and the status of the empirical evidence base.



Handbook of Research in School Consultation

Handbook of Research in School Consultation Author William P Erchul
ISBN-10 9781136478437
Release 2014-04-03
Pages 580
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Now in its second edition, the Handbook of Research in School Consultation provides the field of school-based consultation with a comprehensive volume examining research perspectives and methodologies, models of practice, and future research directions. Revised and updated, this collection brings together leading experts in the field, offering both producers and consumers of school consultation an invaluable snapshot of the current boundaries and rapidly growing content of the discipline. It touches upon not only the scientific progress of the field, but also upon the variety of cutting-edge techniques and approaches currently being developed with an eye toward a changing world. Perfect for school psychologists, and also appropriate for researchers, trainers, and school-based professionals such as special educators and school counselors, this handbook is an absolute necessity for those keeping pace with the innovating, evolving world of school consultation.



Assessment for Intervention

Assessment for Intervention Author Rachel Brown-Chidsey
ISBN-10 9781462506873
Release 2012-01-01
Pages 386
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Problem-solving assessment is an essential component of multi-tiered systems of support such as response to intervention (RTI) and positive behavioral interventions and supports (PBIS). This authoritative work provides a complete guide to implementing a wide range of problem-solving assessment methods: functional behavioral assessment, interviews, classroom observations, curriculum-based measurement, rating scales, and cognitive instruments. Prominent experts demonstrate the key role of assessment throughout the process of supporting at-risk students, from identifying academic and behavioral problems to planning and monitoring interventions. Several chapters include reproducible forms that can be downloaded and printed in a convenient 8 1/2" x 11" size. New to This Edition *Reflects current education policy and best practices. *Seminal chapter on problem solving by Stanley Deno has been updated with a revised model. *All chapters now discuss assessment in the context of multi-tiered systems of support. *Chapter on working with culturally and linguistically diverse learners. *Chapter on graphing student data. See also Response to Intervention, Second Edition, which provides step-by-step guidelines and practical tools for implementing RTI school-wide.



Effective RTI Training and Practices

Effective RTI Training and Practices Author Gary L. Cates
ISBN-10 0878226486
Release 2011-02-01
Pages 153
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This valuable resource offers a step-by-step, comprehensive approach to RTI that emphasizes accountability based on data. It is unique in that it focuses on improving both academic performance and social behavior of students in a way that any practitioner can immediately apply. Among topics covered are universal screening, diagnostic testing, identifying at-risk students, monitoring progress, assessing the results of interventions, and evaluating systemwide RTI efforts. The accompanying CD includes printable forms, handouts, RTI templates, and a set of customizable PowerPoint slide sets to help educators introduce an RTI program in their school or district.



Cognitive Behavior Therapy Second Edition

Cognitive Behavior Therapy  Second Edition Author Judith S. Beck
ISBN-10 9781609185060
Release 2011-08-18
Pages 391
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The leading text for students and practicing therapists who want to learn the fundamentals of cognitive behavior therapy (CBT), this book is eminently practical and authoritative. In a highly accessible, step-by-step style, master clinician Judith S. Beck demonstrates how to engage patients, develop a sound case conceptualization, plan treatment, and structure sessions effectively. Core cognitive, behavioral, and experiential techniques are explicated and strategies are presented for troubleshooting difficulties and preventing relapse. An extended case example and many vignettes and transcripts illustrate CBT in action. Reproducible clinical tools can be downloaded and printed in a convenient 8 1/2" x 11" size. See also Dr. Beck's Cognitive Therapy for Challenging Problems: What to Do When the Basics Don't Work, which addresses ways to solve frequently encountered problems with patients who are not making progress. New to This Edition*Reflects over 15 years of research advances and the author's ongoing experience as a clinician, teacher, and supervisor.*Chapters on the evaluation session and behavioral activation.*Increased emphasis on the therapeutic relationship, building on patients' strengths, and homework.*Now even more practical: features reproducibles and a sample case write-up.



Integrative Multitheoretical Psychotherapy

Integrative Multitheoretical Psychotherapy Author Jeff E. Brooks-Harris
ISBN-10 061825322X
Release 2007-03-30
Pages 530
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In order to meet the diverse needs of clients, many therapists are moving toward a more integrated approach to psychotherapy that considers many different theoretical approaches. Integrative Multitheoretical Psychotherapy explores how various theories may be successfully synthesized and describes this new approach by providing an overview of some of the ways in which psychotherapy has become more complex during the latter half of the twentieth century. The text explores how the various theories may be successfully synthesized. Brooks-Harris outlines seven theoretical models (cognitive, behavioral, experiential-humanistic, bio-psycho-social, psychodynamic-interpersonal, systemic-constructivist, and multicultural-feminist) for conceptualizing clients and guiding interventions. These models can be translated into practical skills and implemented with clients.The text's systematic, clearly written approach, combined with numerous figure illustrations, plentiful case studies and examples, highlighted key strategies throughout the chapters, and two summary appendixes, clarify the complex process of theoretical synthesis.



Functional Behavioral Assessment and Intervention in Schools

Functional Behavioral Assessment and Intervention in Schools Author James L. McDougal
ISBN-10 0878225552
Release 2006-01-01
Pages 217
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A user-friendly resource for conducting effective functional behavioral assessments (FBAs) and for creating appropriate behavior intervention plans. The authors use case examples to illustrate the FBA process and offer guidelines on using FBAs for a variety of problems. The manual addresses important topics, such as practical, legal, and ethical reasons for conducting an FBA; identifying conditions that predict behavior; identifying strengths, incentives, and replacement behaviors; cultural considerations; and linking assessment to intervention. Accompanied by a CD with printable worksheets, sample recording forms, school-home notes, behavior contracts, and more.



Becoming a School Consultant

Becoming a School Consultant Author Sylvia Rosenfield
ISBN-10 9781136737176
Release 2012-05-22
Pages 256
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Most consultation courses in school psychology focus heavily on theoretical models of consultation and associated intervention procedures. Little time is devoted to developing communication and process skills. Yet these process skills are key to properly identifying student problems and selecting appropriate interventions. Without skillfully conducted consultations, implementation and evaluation of an intervention can be minimal. This book is designed to help students develop the process skills needed to become effective school consultants in consultee-centered consultation, with special emphasis on the instructional consultation model. The authors address specific skills and issues faced by novice consultants and documents how they worked through particular issues that are likely to occur in school consultation practice.



Handbook of Behavioral and Emotional Problems in Girls

Handbook of Behavioral and Emotional Problems in Girls Author Debora Bell
ISBN-10 0306486741
Release 2006-03-30
Pages 538
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The first major reference work that addresses the specific emotional and behavioral problems of girls Provides an integrative, conceptual framework in which to understand and address the needs of girls - that is, then handbook examines not only the most current theories and research on girls but also addresses real-world potential for assessment, treatment, and prevention Examines a wide variety of behavioral and emotional problems confronting girls, including mood and anxiety disorders; eating and body image disorders; ADHD, PDDs, LDs, and mental retardation; aggression and delinquency; physical abuse; sexual abuse, and neglect; abuse and violence in dating relationships; substance abuse and homelessness; and gender-identity disorder



Handbook of Research in Pediatric and Clinical Child Psychology

Handbook of Research in Pediatric and Clinical Child Psychology Author Dennis Drotar
ISBN-10 9781461541653
Release 2013-11-11
Pages 557
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The professional development of researchers is critical for the future development ofthe fields of pediatric and clinical child psychology. In order to conduct research in pediatric and clinical child psychology, researchers need to work with a wide range of populations and master an increasingly wide range of skills, many of which are either not formally taught or considered in sufficient depth in clinical training. Such skills include the development of resources for research by writing grants to government agencies and foundations; skills in preparing research for publications concerning original research, review articles, or case reports; scien tific presentation skills; the ability to review and edit scientific manuscripts; and to implement and manage research in applied settings. Moreover, the increasing complexity of research in pediatric and clinical child psychology requires success ful researchers in these fields to develop their expertise with a wide range of new specialized methodologies, data analytic methods, models of data analysis, and methods of assessment. Finally, to enhance the relevance of their research to practice, researchers in pediatric and clinical child psychology need to integrate their work with clinical service delivery programs that are based on empirical research. The necessity to train researchers in pediatric and clinical child psychology in such multifaceted knowledge and skills places extraordinary burdens on profes sional training programs. Professional researchers in pediatric and child clinical psychology also are challenged to develop new knowledge and skills through continuing education and faculty development programs.