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Psychological Consultation and Collaboration in School and Community Settings

ISBN-10: 0534355552
ISBN-13: 9780534355555
Edition: 3rd 2000
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List price: $77.95
Edition: 3rd
Copyright year: 2000
Publisher: Wadsworth
Binding: Hardcover
Pages: 416
Size: 7.87" wide x 9.84" long
Weight: 1.738
Language: English

A. Michael Dougherty (Ph. D., Indiana State University) is Dean of the College of Education and Allied Professions and Professor of Counseling at Western Carolina University in Cullowhee, North Carolina. In addition to fulfilling his duties as Dean, he teaches graduate-level courses in consultation, theories of counseling, and counseling children. 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, and Jordan.

Prefacep. iii
Purposep. iii
About the Third Editionp. iv
Overviewp. v
How To Use This Textp. v
Acknowledgmentsp. vi
To the Studentp. viii
Consultation and Consultants, Collaboration and Collaboratorsp. 1
Introduction and Overviewp. 5
Introductionp. 6
Consultation Definedp. 9
Common Characteristics of Consultationp. 11
Collaboration Definedp. 12
Consultation and Collaboration Compared with Other Human Service Activitiesp. 15
Historical Overviewp. 16
Glossary of Key Terms Used in the Bookp. 17
Suggestions for Effective Practicep. 20
Questions for Reflectionp. 20
Suggested Supplementary Readingsp. 21
Suggested Web Sitesp. 21
Consultants, Consultees, and Collaboratorsp. 22
Introductionp. 23
Characteristics of Effective Consultants and Collaboratorsp. 24
Skills Necessary for Consultation and Collaborationp. 25
Roles Consultants and Collaborators Assumep. 32
Internal and External Consultantsp. 38
Consultation Researchp. 39
Summaryp. 43
Suggestions for Effective Practicep. 43
Questions for Reflectionp. 44
Suggested Supplementary Readingsp. 44
A Generic Model of Consultation and Collaborationp. 45
The Stages of Consultation and Collaborationp. 45
The Phases of the Entry Stagep. 47
The Phases of the Diagnosis Stagep. 48
The Phases of the Implementation Stagep. 48
The Phases of the Disengagement Stagep. 49
Putting the Generic Model into Practicep. 50
An Examplep. 50
p. 51
The Critical Nature of Interpersonal Communication in the Generic Modelp. 51
p. 52
Personalizing the Consultation and Collaboration Processp. 53
Entry Stagep. 55
Introductionp. 56
Exploring Organizational Needsp. 56
Contractingp. 60
Physically Entering the Systemp. 65
Psychologically Entering the Systemp. 66
Multicultural Aspects Related to Entryp. 69
A Final Note on Entryp. 70
Resistance to Consultationp. 71
Entry for School Consultantsp. 73
Entry for Community Consultantsp. 74
Summaryp. 75
Suggestions for Effective Practicep. 75
Questions for Reflectionp. 76
Suggested Supplementary Readingsp. 76
Diagnosis Stagep. 77
Introductionp. 79
Gathering Informationp. 80
Defining the Problemp. 88
Setting Goalsp. 90
Generating Possible Interventionsp. 92
Multicultural Aspects Related to Diagnosisp. 93
Diagnosis for School Consultantsp. 94
Summaryp. 94
Diagnosis for Community Consultantsp. 95
Suggestions for Effective Practicep. 96
Questions for Reflectionp. 97
Suggested Supplementary Readingsp. 97
Implementation Stagep. 98
Introductionp. 99
Choosing an Interventionp. 100
Formulating a Planp. 110
Implementing the Planp. 112
Evaluating the Planp. 115
Multicultural Aspects Related to Implementationp. 116
Implementation for School Consultantsp. 117
Implementation for Community Consultantsp. 118
Summaryp. 119
Suggestions for Effective Practicep. 119
Questions for Reflectionp. 120
Suggested Supplementary Readingsp. 120
Disengagement Stagep. 122
Introductionp. 123
Evaluating the Consultation Processp. 124
Planning Postconsultation/Postcollaboration Mattersp. 135
Reducing Involvement and Following Upp. 135
Terminatingp. 136
Disengagement for School Consultantsp. 138
Disengagement for Community Consultantsp. 139
Multicultural Aspects Related to Disengagementp. 139
Summaryp. 140
Suggestions for Effective Practicep. 141
Questions for Reflectionp. 141
Suggested Supplementary Readingsp. 141
Ethical, Professional, and Legal Issuesp. 143
Introductionp. 144
Ethics and Professional Issuesp. 145
Ethical Issues in Organizational Consultationp. 164
Consulting over the Internetp. 165
The Consultant and the Lawp. 166
Ethics for School Consultantsp. 169
Ethics for Community Consultantsp. 170
Summaryp. 170
Suggestions for Effective Practicep. 171
Questions for Reflectionp. 171
Suggested Supplementary Readingsp. 172
The Pragmatic Issues of Working within an Organizationp. 173
Introductionp. 174
The Influence of Organizational Theoryp. 177
Organizational Changep. 184
Dealing with Organizational Culturep. 187
Commitment by Stakeholdersp. 188
Training Consulteesp. 190
Time Constraintsp. 190
Whether to Choose Consultation or Collaborationp. 191
Organizational Concepts for School Consultantsp. 192
Organizational Concepts for Community Consultantsp. 193
Summaryp. 194
Suggestions for Effective Practicep. 194
Questions for Reflectionp. 194
Suggested Supplementary Readingsp. 195
Models of Consultationp. 197
Organizational Consultationp. 200
Introductionp. 201
Organizational Consultation Definedp. 204
Key Concepts in Organizational Consultationp. 205
Collaboration from an Organizational Perspectivep. 222
Summary, Trends, and Conclusionsp. 222
Organizational Consultation for School Consultantsp. 223
Organizational Consultation for Community Consultantsp. 224
Suggestions for Effective Practicep. 227
Questions for Reflectionp. 228
Suggested Supplementary Readingsp. 228
Mental Health Consultationp. 229
Introductionp. 230
Mental Health Consultation Definedp. 233
Key Concepts of Mental Health Consultationp. 234
The Consultation Processp. 238
Collaboration from a Mental Health Perspectivep. 257
Summary, Trends, and Conclusionsp. 259
Mental Health Consultation for School Consultantsp. 260
Mental Health Consultation for Community Consultantsp. 261
Suggestions for Effective Practicep. 266
Questions for Reflectionp. 266
Suggested Supplementary Readingsp. 267
Behavioral Consultationp. 268
Introductionp. 269
Behavioral Consultation Definedp. 271
Key Concepts of Behavioral Consultationp. 273
The Consultation Processp. 274
Conjoint Behavioral Consultationp. 288
Collaboration from a Behavioral Perspectivep. 290
Summary, Trends, and Conclusionsp. 290
Behavioral Collaboration for School Consultantsp. 291
Behavioral Consultation for Community Consultantsp. 292
Suggestions for Effective Practicep. 295
Questions for Reflectionp. 296
Suggested Supplementary Readingsp. 296
School-Based Consultation and Collaborationp. 298
Introductionp. 299
Consulting and Collaborating with School Administratorsp. 304
Consulting and Collaborating with Teachersp. 306
Consulting and Collaborating with Parentsp. 311
Interagency Collaborationp. 316
Pragmatic Issuesp. 318
School Consultation in the 21st Centuryp. 322
Suggestions for Effective Practicep. 323
Questions for Reflectionp. 324
Suggested Supplementary Readingsp. 324
Case Study Illustrations of Consultation and Collaborationp. 326
Introductionp. 327
The Case: Acme Human Services Centerp. 328
The Approaches to Consultation and Collaborationp. 330
School-Based Consultation Examplep. 342
School-Based Collaboration Examplep. 349
Summaryp. 358
Suggestions for Effective Practicep. 358
Questions for Reflectionp. 359
Suggested Supplementary Readingsp. 360
Epiloguep. 361
Referencesp. 363
Name Indexp. 389
Subject Indexp. 396
Creditsp. 401
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