Research on Professional Consultation and Consultation for Organizational Change: A Selectively Annotated Bibliography

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Elementary, Secondary, and Post-Secondary Education Settings
Alpert J. L., & Yammer M. D. ( 1982). "Research in school consultation: A content analysis of selected journals". Professional Psychology: Research and Practice, 14( 6), 604-612.
Aubrey C. ( 1990). "The role of the school consultant in dealing with behavioral problems". In R. M. Gupta & P. Coxhead (Eds.), Intervention with children (pp. 52-75). London: Routledge.

Uses literature review to argue for mental health consulting as a resource for intervention with organizational and behavioral problems in British schools.

Aubrey C. ( 1988). "Organizational school psychology and school consultancy". In N. Jones & J. Sayer (Eds.), Management and the psychology of schooling (pp. 167-183). London: Falmer Press.

Argues for expansion of traditional clinical practice of school psychologists to include organizational and school-based consultation.

Aune B. P. ( 1995). "The human dimension of organizational change". Review of Higher Education, 18( 2), 149-173.

Examines factors influencing faculty and staff adoption of innovative programs for students with disabilities at a technical college.

Babcock N. L., & Pryzwansky W. B. ( 1983). "Models of consultation: Preferences of educational professionals at five stages of service". Journal of School Psychology, 21( 4), 359-366.

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  • Title Page iii
  • Contents v
  • Foreword vii
  • Preface ix
  • Acknowledgments xiii
  • 1 - Business and Industrial Settings 1
  • 2 - Elementary, Secondary, and Post-Secondary Education Settings 21
  • 3 - Multiple and Non-Designated Settings 49
  • 4 - Legal and Criminal Justice Settings 77
  • 5 - Hospital and Health Care Settings 85
  • 6 - Mental Health and Psychiatric Settings 99
  • Author Index 105
  • Subject Index 121
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