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Collaborative Consultation in the Schools

by Thomas J. Kampwirth

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Offering a genuine difference, this practical book treats school consultation as a collaborative, problem-solving endeavor. It covers the two primary theories of consultation—behavior and mental health—in detail, and summarizes several others. Using numerous actual examples, it gives readers a broad overview of the what, why, and how of school consultation. The hands-on experience of this author keeps the narrative focused, and imbues it with the common sense necessary to help special and general educators deal with the everyday challenges of at-risk, mainstreamed, and included pupils. Specific chapter topics discuss communication and interpersonal skills, and ethics and advocacy in school consultation. For special education teachers as well as school psychologists and counselors.

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