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Psychological Consultation and Collaboration : A Casebook

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Edition:
4th
ISBN13:

9780534575335

ISBN10:
0534575331
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Paperback
Pub. Date:
6/23/2004
Publisher(s):
Brooks Cole
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Summary

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. Readers will also gain practice in making their own decisions about how they would handle these same cases, and can apply what they have learned to a series of eight practice cases. By the time they finish the book, readers will have begun to forge their own personalized approach to consultation.

Table of Contents

I THE BASICS OF CONSULTATION AND COLLABORATION
1(16)
Introduction
3(14)
A. Michael Dougherty
II CASE CONSULTATION
17(52)
Behavioral Case Consultation with a Teacher
19(20)
Pamela Carrington Rotto
Mental Health Case Consultation
39(14)
Frances E. Tack
Deana F. Morrow
Adlerian Case Consultationwith a Teacher
53(16)
Terry Kottman
III ORGANIZATIONAL AND GROUP CONSULTATION
69(76)
Education/Training Consultation with School Personnel
71(20)
Mary D. Deck
Glenda E. Isenhour
Systems Consultation: Working with a Metropolitan Police Department
91(24)
Richard K. James
Catherine Addy
Walter Crews
Group Consultation with a University Counseling Center Staff
115(12)
Frances E. Tack
A. Michael Dougherty
Deana F. Morrow
Process Consultation in a Health Care Setting
127(18)
Elizabeth D. Becker-Reems
IV COLLABORATION
145(38)
Collaboration in a University Reading and Writing Center
147(16)
Jesse B. Deesch
James Murphy
School-Based Collaborative Teaming in Special Education Services
163(20)
Mary Barbara Boat
Barbara Walling Boat
V CONCLUSIONS AND PRACTICE CASES
183
Implications for Effective Practice
185
A. Michael Dougherty
Cases for Further Practice
209
A. Michael Dougherty
Case 1: A School-Based Consultant Assists a Teacher
209
Case 2: A School-Based Consultant Works with Parents
210
Case 3: A Consultant Aids a Therapist at a Community Mental Health Center
211
Case 4: A Member Of A University Counseling Center Consults with a University's Director of Student Development
211
Case 5: A Human Services Consultant Provides Services to a Midlevel Manager in an Industrial Setting
212
Case 6: A Member of a University Counseling Center Collaborates with a Faculty Member Who Sponsors a Sorority
213
Case 7: An Employee Assistance Program Coordinator Collaborates with a Vice President of a Telephone Company
213
Case 8: A Collaboration Team Attempts to Help an Aggressive Student
214
Case 9: A School Psychologist Consults to Implement a Positive Behavioral Support Program
215


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