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[Ebook PDF] Psychological Consultation and Collaboration in School and Community Settings, 6th Edition
Author: A. Michael Dougherty (Author)
With Dougherty’s PSYCHOLOGICAL CONSULTATION AND COLLABORATION IN SCHOOL AND COMMUNITY SETTINGS, 6th Edition, you will see how human service professionals help others work more effectively to fulfill their work-related or caretaking responsibilities to individuals, groups, organizations, and communities. This practical book uses a proven generic model for application, surveys various approaches to consultation, examines the organizational context of consultation, and reviews the numerous ethical and professional challenges that today’s consultants face. As you work through the book, you can develop or refine your own personal model of consultation. Case studies bring concepts to life and help you learn how to deliver services most effectively. This edition includes new content aligned with CACREP and other standards, an increased focus on school-based consultation, new material on cultural diversity, advocacy, social justice, prevention, systems theory, and ecological variables as they affect consultation and collaboration in counseling and psychology, and much more to help you prepare for professional success. Available with Infotrac Student Collections
Psychological Consultation and Collaboration in School and Community Settings is written for graduate and undergraduate students in the helping professions.
Students in counseling, psychology, social work, human resource development, and other helping-profession training programs will find this book helpful as they seek to acquire the knowledge and skill bases that lead to the effective practice of consultation and collaboration. This book can be used either as the primary text in consultation and collaboration courses or as a supplemental text in courses in
the helping professions. In addition to the book’s use in consultation and collaboration courses, many instructors have found the text useful in introductory and “roles and settings” courses in counseling psychology, school counseling, school psychology, student development, mental health and community counseling, social work, and human resource development. Moreover, practicing consultants
and collaborators can find in this book a wealth of practical and theoretical information to help guide their practice.
In addition, this text can be used in conjunction with Casebook of Psychological Consultation and Collaboration in School and Community Settings, Sixth Edition, also published by Cengage Learning. The casebook contains several cases that describe real-life examples of consultation and collaboration and illustrate various approaches.
I spend a good deal of time having students work in small groups analyzing the case studies presented at the end of each chapter and in the casebook (Cengage-Brooks/Cole, 2014). Frequently, a great number of excellent discussions are held based on the students’ insights and questions concerning these case studies. Below is a table that aligns the chapters of Psychological Consultation and Collaboration
in School and Community Settings (referred to as “Core Text”) with those in the Casebook of Psychological Consultation and Collaboration (referred to as “Casebook”). This table assists the instructor in effectively using the two texts together