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Psychological consultation and collaboration : in school and community settings /

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  • ISBN: 0534355552
  • ISBN: 9780534355555
  • Physical Description: xiv, 402 pages : illustrations ; 25 cm
  • Edition: Third edition.
  • Publisher: Belmont, CA : Wadsworth, [2000]

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General Note: Revised edition of: Consultation : practice and perspectives in school and community settings.
Bibliography, etc. Note: Includes bibliographical references (p. 363-388) and indexes.
Formatted Contents Note: Consultation and consultants, collaboration and collaborators. Introduction and overview -- Consultants, consultees, and collaborators -- A generic model of consultation and collaboration. Entry stage -- Diagnosis stage -- Implementation stage -- Disengagement stage -- Ethical, professional, and legal issues -- The pragmatic issues of working within an organization -- Models of consultation. Organizational consultation -- Mental health consultation -- Behavioral consultation -- School-based consultation and collaboration -- Case study illustrations of consultation and collaboration.
Summary, etc.: This book provides a thorough overview of what students & practicing human servie professionals must know about the practice & theory of consultation & collaboration.
Subject: Psychological consultants
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Preface iii
Purpose iii
About the Third Edition iv
Overview v
How To Use This Text v
Acknowledgments vi
To the Student viii
I CONSULTATION AND CONSULTANTS, COLLABORATION AND COLLABORATORS 1(44)
Introduction and Overview
5(17)
Introduction
6(3)
Consultation Defined
9(2)
Common Characteristics of Consultation
11(1)
Collaboration Defined
12(3)
Consultation and Collaboration Compared with Other Human Service Activities
15(1)
Historical Overview
16(1)
Glossary of Key Terms Used in the Book
17(3)
Suggestions for Effective Practice
20(1)
Questions for Reflection
20(1)
Suggested Supplementary Readings
21(1)
Suggested Web Sites
21(1)
Consultants, Consultees, and Collaborators
22(23)
Introduction
23(1)
Characteristics of Effective Consultants and Collaborators
24(1)
Skills Necessary for Consultation and Collaborators
25(7)
Roles Consultants and Collaborators Assume
32(6)
Internal and External Consultants
38(1)
Consultation Research
39(4)
Summary
43(1)
Suggestions for Effective Practice
43(1)
Questions for Reflection
44(1)
Suggested Supplementary Readings
44(1)
II A GENERIC MODEL OF CONSULTATION AND COLLABORATION 45(152)
The Stages of Consultation and Collaboration
45(2)
The Phases of the Entry Stage
47(1)
The Phases of the Diagnosis Stage
48(1)
The Phases of the Implementation Stage
48(1)
The Phases of the Disengagement Stage
49(1)
Putting the Generic Model into Practice
50(1)
An Example
50(1)
Case Study II. 1
51(1)
The Critical Nature of Interpersonal Communication in the Generic Model
51(1)
Case Study II.2
52(1)
Personalizing the Consultation and Collaboration Process
53(2)
Entry Stage
55(22)
Introduction
56(1)
Exploring Organizational Needs
56(4)
Contracting
60(5)
Physically Entering the System
65(1)
Psychologically Entering the System
66(3)
Multicultural Aspects Related to Entry
69(1)
A Final Note on Entry
70(1)
Resistance to Consultation
71(2)
Entry for School Consultants
73(1)
Entry for Community Consultants
74(1)
Summary
75(1)
Suggestions for Effective Practice
75(1)
Questions for Reflection
76(1)
Suggested Supplementary Readings
76(1)
Diagnosis Stage
77(21)
Introduction
79(1)
Gathering Information
80(8)
Defining the Problem
88(2)
Setting Goals
90(2)
Generating Possible Interventions
92(1)
Multicultural Aspects Related to Diagnosis
93(1)
Diagnosis for School Consultants
94(1)
Summary
94(1)
Diagnosis for Community Consultants
95(1)
Suggestions for Effective Practice
96(1)
Questions for Reflection
97(1)
Suggested Supplementary Readings
97(1)
Implementation Stage
98(24)
Introduction
99(1)
Choosing an Intervention
100(10)
Formulating a Plan
110(2)
Implementing the Plan
112(3)
Evaluating the Plan
115(1)
Multicultural Aspects Related to Implementation
116(1)
Implementation for School Consultants
117(1)
Implementation for Community Consultants
118(1)
Summary
119(1)
Suggestions for Effective Practice
119(1)
Questions for Reflection
120(1)
Suggested Supplementary Readings
120(2)
Disengagement Stage
122(21)
Introduction
123(1)
Evaluating the Consultation Process
124(11)
Planning Postconsultation/Postcollaboration Matters
135(1)
Reducing Involvement and Following Up
135(1)
Terminating
136(2)
Disengagement for School Consultants
138(1)
Disengagement for Community Consultants
139(1)
Multicultural Aspects Related to Disengagement
139(1)
Summary
140(1)
Suggestions for Effective Practice
141(1)
Questions for Reflection
141(1)
Suggested Supplementary Readings
141(2)
Ethical, Professional, and Legal Issues
143(30)
Introduction
144(1)
Ethics and Professional Issues
145(19)
Ethical Issues in Organizational Consultation
164(1)
Consulting over the Internet
165(1)
The Consultant and the Law
166(3)
Ethics for School Consultants
169(1)
Ethics for Community Consultants
170(1)
Summary
170(1)
Suggestions for Effective Practice
171(1)
Questions for Reflection
171(1)
Suggested Supplementary Readings
172(1)
The Pragmatic Issues of Working within an Organization
173(24)
Introduction
174(3)
The Influence of Organizational Theory
177(7)
Organizational Change
184(3)
Dealing with Organizational Culture
187(1)
Commitment by Stakeholders
188(2)
Training Consultees
190(1)
Time Constraints
190(1)
Whether to Choose Consultation or Collaboration
191(1)
Organizational Concepts for School Consultants
192(1)
Organizational Concepts for Community Consultants
193(1)
Summary
194(1)
Suggestions for Effective Practice
194(1)
Questions for Reflection
194(1)
Suggested Supplementary Readings
195(2)
III MODELS OF CONSULTATION 197(164)
Organizational Consultation
200(29)
Introduction
201(3)
Organizational Consultation Defined
204(1)
Key Concepts in Organizational Consultation
205(17)
Collaboration from an Organizational Perspective
222(1)
Summary, Trends, and Conclusions
222(1)
Organizational Consultation for School Consultants
223(1)
Organizational Consultation for Community Consultants
224(3)
Suggestions for Effective Practice
227(1)
Questions for Reflection
228(1)
Suggested Supplementary Readings
228(1)
Mental Health Consultation
229(39)
Introduction
230(3)
Mental Health Consultation Defined
233(1)
Key Concepts of Mental Health Consultation
234(4)
The Consultation Process
238(19)
Collaboration from a Mental Health Perspective
257(2)
Summary, Trends, and Conclusions
259(1)
Mental Health Consultation for School Consultants
260(1)
Mental Health Consultation for Community Consultants
261(5)
Suggestions for Effective Practice
266(1)
Questions for Reflection
266(1)
Suggested Supplementary Readings
267(1)
Behavioral Consultation
268(30)
Introduction
269(2)
Behavioral Consultation Defined
271(2)
Key Concepts of Behavioral Consultation
273(1)
The Consultation Process
274(14)
Conjoint Behavioral Consultation
288(2)
Collaboration from a Behavioral Perspective
290(1)
Summary, Trends, and Conclusions
290(1)
Behavioral Collaboration for School Consultants
291(1)
Behavioral Consultation for Community Consultants
292(3)
Suggestions for Effective Practice
295(1)
Questions for Reflection
296(1)
Suggested Supplementary Readings
296(2)
School-Based Consultation and Collaboration
298(28)
Introduction
299(5)
Consulting and Collaborating with School Administrators
304(2)
Consulting and Collaborating with Teachers
306(5)
Consulting and Collaborating with Parents
311(5)
Interagency Collaboration
316(2)
Pragmatic Issues
318(4)
School Consultation in the 21st Century
322(1)
Suggestions for Effective Practice
323(1)
Questions for Reflection
324(1)
Suggested Supplementary Readings
324(2)
Case Study Illustrations of Consultation and Collaboration
326(35)
Introduction
327(1)
The Case: Acme Human Services Center
328(2)
The Approaches to Consultation and Collaboration
330(12)
School-Based Consultation Example
342(7)
School-Based Collaboration Example
349(9)
Summary
358(1)
Suggestions for Effective Practice
358(1)
Questions for Reflection
359(1)
Suggested Supplementary Readings
360(1)
Epilogue 361(2)
References 363(26)
Name Index 389(7)
Subject Index 396(5)
Credits 401


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