Description: This course is designed to integrate theory, principles, and procedures of the psychological consultation process to address academic, behavioral, and social/emotional problems exhibited by children and adolescents in school, community, and home settings. Students build skills in consultation as a psychological intervention at the individual, group, and system levels to address student behavioral and instructional needs. Development of collaborative approaches to improve implementation of services is emphasized. In addition, the course will acquaint students with theoretical knowledge and key concepts related to the supervision of school psychology practitioners. Letter grade only.
No sections currently offered.
Prerequisite: Admission to School Psychology (EdS) or Combined Counseling/School Psychology (PhD)