Casebook of Psychological Consultation and Collaboration in School and Community Settings / Edition 6

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Overview

In this practical book, readers "watch" experienced and effective psychologists, counselors, and other human service professionals practice consultation and collaboration. By reading and responding to eight cases, they will be able to bridge the gap between theory and practice, and between knowing what consultation is and knowing how to consult. Readers also get practice in making their own decisions by reflecting on how they would handle these same cases, and can apply what they have learned to a series of ten practice cases. By the time they finish the book, users will have begun to forge their own personalized approach to consultation.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781285098548
  • Publisher: Cengage Learning
  • Publication date: 2/21/2013
  • Edition description: New Edition
  • Edition number: 6
  • Pages: 215
  • Sales rank: 478,284
  • Product dimensions: 8.40 (w) x 10.70 (h) x 0.40 (d)

Meet the Author

A. Michael Dougherty Ph.D. is Professor Emeritus of Counseling and former Dean of the College of Education and Allied Professions at Western Carolina University (WCU) in Cullowhee, North Carolina. During his tenure as dean, WCU's teacher education programs were recipients of both the AASCU Christa McAuliffe Award and the ATE Distinguished Program in Teacher Education Award. He is author of Psychological Consultation and Collaboration in School and Community Settings (6th Edition, 2014) and Casebook of Psychological Consultation and Collaboration in School and Community Settings (6th Edition, 2014) both published by Brooks/Cole-Cengage Publishing Company. Dougherty has published a large number of articles on consultation and on school counseling. His major current research interests are in the area of interpersonal processes in consultation and collaboration. He has consulted, taught courses, and made presentations in a variety of international settings including Barbados, Colombia, Cypress, El Salvador, Germany, Great Britain, Guatemala, Honduras, Jamaica, Japan, and Jordan.

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Table of Contents

Part I: THE BASICS OF CONSULTATION AND COLLABORATION. 1. Foundations of Consultation and Collaboration, by A. Michael Dougherty. Part II: CASE CONSULTATION. 2. Problem-Solving (Behavioral) Consultation: School-Based Applications, by Margaret R. Altschaefl. 3. Mental Health Case Consultation, by Frances E. Tack and Deana F. Morrow. 4. Adlerian Case Consultation with a Teacher, by Terry Kottman with A. Michael Dougherty. Part III: ORGANIZATIONAL AND GROUP CONSULTATION. 5. Education/Training Consultation with School Personnel, by Phyllis Robertson, Mary D. Deck, and Glenda E. Isenhour. 6. Systems Consultation and Collaboration: Working with a Metropolitan Police Department to Implement a New Program for Crisis Intervention with the Mentally Ill, by Richard K. James and Walter Crews. 7. Process Consultation in a Workplace Setting, by John J. Sherlock and Kirk Smith. Part IV: COLLABORATION. 8. School-Wide Consultation to Implement a Positive Behavioral Interventions Support Program, by Russell Curtis and Jill W. Van Horne. Part V. CONCLUSIONS AND PRACTICE CASES. 9. Implications for Effective Practice, by A. Michael Dougherty. 10. Cases for Further Practice, by A. Michael Dougherty. Case 1: A School-Based Consultant Assists a Teacher. Case 2: A School-Based Consultant Works with Parents. Case 3: A Consultant Aids a Therapist at a Community Mental Health Center. Case 4: A Member of a University Counseling Center Consults with a University's Director of Student Affairs. Case 5: A Human Services Consultant Provides Services to Midlevel Manager in an Industrial Setting. Case 6: A Member of a University Counseling Center Collaborates with a Faculty Member Who Sponsors a Sorority. Case 7: An Employee Assistance Program Coordinator Collaborates with a Vice President of a Telephone Company. Case 8: A Collaboration Team Attempts to Help an Aggressive Student. Case 9: A School Psychologist Consults to Implement a Positive Behavior Support Program. Case 10: A School-Based Team Collaborates to Implement a Response to Intervention (RTI) Program.

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