The Future of School Psychology Conference
Framing Opportunties for Consultation: A Special Double Issue of the Journal of Educational and Psychological Consultation
First published in 2005. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.
Table of Contents
Volume 15, Numbers 3&4, 2005
Contents: R.C. D'Amato, S.M. Sheridan, L. Phelps, E.C. Lopez, Special Issue Introduction: Psychology in the Schools, School Psychology Review, School Psychology Quarterly and Journal of Educational and Psychological Consultation Editors Collaborate to Chart School Psychology's Past, Present, and "Futures." J.A. Cummings, P.L. Harrison, M.M. Dawson, R.J. Short, S. Gorin, R.S. Palomares, The 2002 Conference on the Future of School Psychology: Implications for Consultation, Intervention, and Prevention Services. J. Meyers, A.B. Meyers, K. Grogg, Prevention Through Consultation: A Model to Guide Future Developments in the Field of School Psychology. L. Wizda, An Instructional Consultant Looks to the Future. B.K. Nastasi, Meeting the Challenges of the Future: Integrating Public Health and Public Education for Mental Health Promotion. C. Hatzichristou, A. Lampropoulou, The Future of School Psychology Conference: A Cross-National Approach to Service Delivery. J.A. Cummings, P.L. Harrison, M.M. Dawson, R.J. Short, S. Gorin, R.S. Palomares, Follow-Up to the 2002 Futures Conference: Collaboration to Serve All Children, Families, and Schools. J.L. Graden, Synthesis & Commentary: Arguments for Change to Consultation, Prevention, and Intervention: Will School Psychology Ever Achieve This Promise?