Educational Psychology, Department of

 

Date of this Version

September 1994

Comments

Published in JOURNAL OF EDUCATIONAL AND PSYCHOLOGICAL CONSULTATION, 5(3), 211-228. Copyright 1994, Lawrence Erlbaum Associates, Inc. Used by permission.

Abstract

Conjoint behavioral consultation (CBC) is an extension of traditional behavioral consultation in that parents and teachers, with the assistance of a consultant, are joined to identify and address child-related difficulties collaboratively. This article presents a background review of the conceptual and empirical grounds for CBC. A case study of the use of CBC with a young student manifesting an irrational fear of sleeping in his bedroom at home is presented. Specifically, procedures and outcomes of each stage of CBC are described. Considerations for interpreting and using case study results are also presented.