Effective Consultation in School Psychology

Cole, Ester; Siegel, Jane A. 2003 Hogrefe & Huber,507p.

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■Cole, Ester; Siegel, Jane A. 2003 Effective Consultation in School Psychology,Hogrefe & Huber,507p. ISBN-10:0889372527 ISBN-13:978-0889372528 [amazon][kinokuniya]




Since the first edition of this book appeared over a decade ago, school psychology research, knowledge and skills have expanded and yet the field continues to face challenges. The book's model continues to be taught and to impact on professional development in school systems in many countries. The aim of this substantially revised and expanded edition is to strengthen service delivery models by incorporating primary, secondary, and tertiary prevention, for the benefit of students, parents, educators, and present and future school psychologists. Major questions addressed include: What can school psychologists do to enhance students' learning and psychosocial adaptation? Why is it advisable to adopt a consultative model of service in education? How can school psychologists assist educators in planning effective school-based programs and services? How can school psychologists support the adaptation of multicultural school communities? The book provides practical assistance to school psychologists who wish to free themselves from the narrow constraints of testing, assists them in identifying the models, skills, and tools they need for fostering a consultative approach, and provides them with useful information for implementation.


"This publication would be a valuable resource for any school psychologist. It can be recommended as a textbook as the basis of training courses and as a source of reference material, within university, community groups and school situations. It encourages creative thinking while presenting a wide range of ideas covering children at all age and school levels, the involvement of parents, individual teachers, school and community." Selma Best in Australian Journal of Learning Disabilities, Vol. 8 No. 4, December 2003 "...provides a wealth of information about the multiple and interacting influences on children's learning and behavior, and the numerous avenues available to provide effective interventions at many levels. This book is certain to have wide appeal and utility to both experienced psychologists and psychological associates who provide services in education, as well as those in the process of training...the contributions made by the various authors serve as testimony to the creativity, depth and breadth of knowledge, skills and resources that can and should be offered for the benefit of students, parents and educators." Howard Jobin, PhD and Cheryl Pohlman, PhD in Psychology Ontario 7, September 2004


Part 1 Perspectives on Consultation and training:

Chapter1 Role Expansion for School Psychologists - Challenges and Future Directions, Jane A. Siegel and Ester Cole
Chapter2 Multidisciplinary School Teams - a Five-year Follow-up Study, Ester Cole and Rob Brown
Chapter3 Canadian Consultation in an International Context - a Review of the Literature, Ingrid E. Sladeczek, Nancy Lee Heath, Aron Blidner, Lisa Marie Lanaro
Chapter4 Problem-Solving Consultation in the New Millennium, Ingrid E. Sladeczek, Thomas R. Kratochwill, C. Lisa Steinbach, Patrick Kumke, Lisa Hagermoser
Chapter5 What Does it Mean to Consult? Teeya Scholten
Chapter6 Integrating School and Clinical Child Psychology - an Innovative Model for Training School Psychologists, Esther Geva, Judith Wiener, Michele Peterson-Badali, Nancy Link.

Part 2 The Psychologist as a Change Agent
Chapter7 Collaborative Consultation Training in a Multicultural Context, Solveiga Miezitis
Chapter8 Parent-Teacher Mediated Intervention - a Growth-Promoting Process, Ester Cole
Chapter9 Underachieving Acolescents - Assessment and Intervention, Janet Zarb
Chapter10 Empowerment Plus - a "Wholistic" Approach to Cost-Effective Psychological Service Delivery in the Area of AD/HD, Teeya Scholten
Chapter11 School Psychology in Multicultural Inclusive Communities - Responding to Children's Needs, Ester Cole, Jane A. Siegel
Chapter12 Brining Narrative Thinking into School Psychology Practice, Ilze Arielle Matiss
Chapter13 Deaf Immigrant and Refugee Children - a Different Kind of Multiculturalism? C. Tane Akamatsu, Ester Cole
Chapter14 Collaborative Consultation in French Immersion - Observing Communication and Interaction Patterns, Laurie Carlson Berg
Chapter15 Consulting about Young Children - an Ecosystemic Developmental Perspective, Sharone Maital, Anat Scher.

Part 3 Consultation in School-Based Programmes
Chapter16 Appraisal for a Better Curriculum, Jane A. Siegel, Ester Cole
Chapter17 Suicide Prevention in the Schools - Facing the Challenge, Ester Cole, Jane A. Siegel
Chapter18 Violence Prevention in Schools - Knowledge, Skills and Interventions, Ester Cole
Chapter19 Violence Prevention in Secondary Schools - a Project for Raising Awareness and Facilitating Action, Glenn DiPasquale.




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