Educational Psychology, Department of

 

Date of this Version

September 1992

Comments

Published in JOURNAL OF EDUCATIONAL AND PSYCHOLOGICAL CONSULTATION, 3(3), 193-218. Copyright 1992, Lawrence Erlbaum Associates, Inc. Used by permission.

Abstract

In this article, a general model and specific program that expand traditional behavioral consultation training are presented. The training program involves five interrelated components: (a) procedural and content skills, (b) role and relationship considerations, (c) entry/systems issues, (d) field-based experience, and (e) peer supervision. As a system, each component is necessary but not sufficient in the development of consulting expertise. Likewise, each component is subsumed by one or more components that encompass this broader framework. A theoretical rationale, model for implementation, and future training and research directions are also presented.