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• Children and families face more challenges than at any time in recent history. For example, there are increasing numbers of children who live in poverty, and/or single-parent homes. • Schools are being called to engage in deeper partnerships with parents and communities to address these complex needs (Ysseldyke et al., 1997). • Consequently, home-school partnership models have become a top priority in the field of school psychology (Christenson, 2004; Ysseldyke et al., 1997). • Additionally, indirect services are emphasized more than ever before, with data-based consultation models being recognized as an essential skill in the school psychologist’s repertoire (Sheridan & Gutkin, 2000). • Conjoint behavioral consultation (CBC; Sheridan, Kratochwill, & Bergan, 1996) is one method of service delivery that meets the challenges these issues present.