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From the Publisher"If you’re a proponent of positive psychology in the schools, this is the book you’ve been waiting for. It provides a conceptually driven, developmentally appropriate, and eminently practical approach to assessment and intervention, which integrates newer strengths-based positive psychology methods with traditional problem-focused methods. The resulting approach yields an exciting, more comprehensive model of service delivery for school psychologists, one that reflects the insights of an experienced interviewer. This is must read for all psychologists and school-based professionals who work with children and families—beginners and seasoned professionals alike."
—Scott Huebner, PhD, professor of psychology and director of school psychology program, University of South Carolina
"I will definitely be using this book in my Advanced Counseling Techniques class. The attention to developmental differences and practical guidance on issues like setting up your counseling space, getting a session started, and using outcome measures distinguishes this book from others in the field. Written in a casual, reader-friendly style, and packed with illustrative transcripts and reflective exercises, reading it is like having a conversation with a master therapist. Outstanding!"
—Kathleen M. Minke, PhD, NCSP, professor and coordinator of the school psychology program at the University of Delaware
"Conducting Student-Driven Interviews is essential reading for all mental health professionals and teachers that work in the schools. The book is filled with nuggets of practical wisdom for engaging and motivating students in a cooperative helping process. Written in an exceptional manner, this book shows school professionals how effective brief assessment and outcome measures can be in the interview process. It is an excellent text for training counselors and social workers, as well as those who are already practicing in the schools."
–Cynthia Franklin, PhD, Stiernberg/Spencer Family Professor in Mental Health at the University of Texas–Austin