School Psychology Review

School Psychology Review is a quarterly journal covering mental health and education. It is published by the National Association of School Psychologists. Editorial headquarters are based in Bethesda, Md.

Articles from Vol. 33, No. 1, Winter

A Preliminary Investigation of the Effectiveness of Homeschool Instructional Environments for Students with Attention-Deficit/hyperactivity Disorder
Abstract. An exploratory study that involved two male and two female elementary students with attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) was carried out in homeschools and public schools. The general purpose of the study was to determine whether...
Awakening to a New Dawn: Perspectives of the Future of School Psychology
Abstract. The Invitational Conference on the Future of School Psychology held at Indiana University in Fall 2002 included a number of paper presentations and group discussions. Toward the end of the conference, four participants were asked to present...
Childhood Posttraumatic Stress Disorder: Diagnosis, Treatment, and School Reintegration
Abstract. Childhood, in our culture, does not preclude exposure to trauma. Sexual abuse, physical abuse, natural disaster, urban violence, school violence, and terrorism result in significant numbers of children with posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD)...
Critical Issues Children Face in the 2000s
Abstract. My responsibilities for the Future of School Psychology Conference were twofold. First, I was to discuss the critical issues that children face or will face as we move into the 2000s. My second task was to propose roles for school psychology,...
Evidence-Based Practice: Promoting Evidence-Based Interventions in School Psychology
Abstract. We present an overview of issues related to evidence-based practice and the role that the school psychology profession can play in developing and disseminating evidence-based interventions (EBIs). Historical problems relating to and the recurring...
Four Alternative Futures for Education in the United States: It's Our Choice
Abstract. This article discusses four possible futures toward which educational systems might direct our society. The first is a future dominated by rote memorizers. The second is a future of critical thinkers. The third is a future of successfully...
Partnering to Chart Our Futures: School Psychology Review and School Psychology Quarterly Combined Issue on the Multisite Conference on the Future of School Psychology
With the 21st century firmly on us, we are faced with realities and opportunities never seen before. Much has happened since the Thayer, Spring Hill, and Olympia conferences--the previous major defining conferences in school psychology. Drastic changes...
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"
For the first time in the history of school psychology, four editors of journals with a school psychology readership are collaborating to offer our field extensive coverage of the recently held School Psychology Futures conference and to continue discussion...
Responding to the Needs of Children, Families, and Schools: The 2002 Multisite Conference on the Future of School Psychology
The preparations for and the implementation of the 2002 Multisite Conference on the Future of School Psychology are described. The conference goals were to (a) achieve consensus on current and future demands for school psychologists and our profession's...
The 2002 Multisite Conference on the Future of School Psychology: Next Steps
Abstract. Eleven broad themes emerged from the 2002 multisite conference on the Future of School Psychology. After the conference, strategies developed by the participants were clustered into the following domains: (a) advocacy and public policy; (b)...
The Changing Face of School Psychology: Trends in Data and Projections for the Future
Abstract. Trends in data from the past to the present are described for demographic variables (gender, race and ethnicity, preparation levels, credentialing, age and experience) and ratio of students to school psychologists. School psychology in the...
The Family-School Partnership: An Opportunity to Promote the Learning Competence of All Students
Abstract. In this article, family--school partnerships are discussed as a viable and essential way to increase the opportunities and supports for all students to enhance their learning progress and meet the recent demands of schooling inherent in accountability...
The Zero to Three Diagnostic System: A Framework for Considering Emotional and Behavioral Problems in Young Children
Abstract. The expansion of early childhood services has brought increasing recognition of the need to address mental health disorders in young children. The transactional perspective of developmental psychopathology is the basis for review of diagnostic...
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