Collaborative Practice: School and Human Service Partnerships / Edition 1

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Tourse, Mooney, and their contributors argue that schools alone can no longer meet the complex needs of children and adolescents. The overwhelming needs of school children require that schools institute massive coordinated and collaborative efforts among various disciplines and agencies. The authors propose a restructuring of schools and social service systems to respond to the needs for interprofessional collaboration.

While they focus primarily on the collaboration of social work and education, they look beyond that to relationships with other allied disciplines in public schools and explore collaborative linkages with nursing, law, counseling, pastoral counseling, and other agents of society. The collection culminates with an examination of the realities of interprofessional collaboration in urban and suburban communities. This is an important guide for researchers, policy makers, and professional educators involved with school reform and systems change in the United States.

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  • ISBN-13: 9780275963071
  • Publisher: Greenwood Publishing Group, Incorporated
  • Publication date: 7/30/1999
  • Edition number: 1
  • Pages: 336
  • Product dimensions: 6.42 (w) x 9.50 (h) x 1.14 (d)

Meet the Author

ROBBIE W. C. TOURSE is Director of Field Education, Adjunct Assistant Professor, and Coordinator of the Worcester/Paxton Off-Site Program at Boston College Graduate School of Social Work.

JEAN F. MOONEY is Associate Professor in the School of Education at Boston College working in the area of Teacher Education.

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Table of Contents

Pt. I Interprofessional Collaboration: A Rationale 1
1 Socioeducational Realities of the Twenty-First Century: A Need for Change 3
2 Socioeconomic Forces and Educational Reform 33
Pt. II An Approach to Collaborative Practice: Social Work and Education Partnerships 57
3 The Collaborative Alliance: Supporting Vulnerable Children in School 59
4 Interprofessional Collaboration in the Process of Assessment 79
5 Collaborative Interventions: Promoting Psychosocial Competence and Academic Achievement 105
6 Resolution-Focused Evaluation: Monitoring Progress 137
Pt. III Other Disciplines in the Interprofessional Mix 153
7 Issues in School Health and Expanding Partnerships 155
8 Pastoral Counseling: An Emerging Partner in the Field of Social Service 181
9 Law in the School-Linked Services Model: Problems and Possibilities 201
10 The Role of Counseling Psychology in Full-Service Schools 219
Pt. IV The Realities and Ethical Dilemmas of Full-Service Schools 239
11 Organizational Change to Promote Psychosocial and Academic Development 241
12 Evaluating Extended-Service Schools: Lessons from the Battlefront 265
13 Ethics and Collaborative Practice in Public Schools 285
App. A Observable Behavior Patterns for Classroom Teacher Preassessment Data Collection 299
App. B Healthy People 2000 Objectives Related to School Health Education 301
Suggested Readings 303
Index 307
About the Editors and Contributors 313
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