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Multicultural School Psychology Competencies

Multicultural School Psychology Competencies
A Practical Guide

September 2008 | 544 pages | SAGE Publications, Inc
A Practical Resource Guide of Multicultural School Psychology Competencies presents lecturers and students with material which will help apply the theory of multicultural school psychology and counseling in practice. Its emphasis on helping educational psychologists and counselors to develop and refine multicultural competencies and assessments will make this book particularly appealing.
Part I: Multicultural School Competencies
Chapter 1: Introduction to Multicultural School Competencies
Part II: Multicultural Assessment
Chapter 2: Multicultural Assessment
Chapter 3: Assessment of Emotional and Multiple Intelligences
Chapter 4: Academic Assessment
Chapter 5: Clinical Assessment in a Multicultural Context
Chapter 6: Personality and Behavioral Assessment
Chapter 7: Writing Psychological and Educational Reports for Culturally and Linguistically Diverse Clients
Part III: Consultations and Interventions
Chapter 8: Consultations and Interventions Involving Teachers
Chapter 9: Multicultural Competencies for Parental Training Programs (by Sara Nahari)
Part IV: Special Topics
Chapter 10: Acculturation
Chapter 11: The Language Barrier
Chapter 12: Prejudice Reduction
Chapter 13: Giftedness and Diverse Students

Excellent comprehensive text

Dr Desiree Vega
Counseling Leadership Adult Education and School Psychology, Texas State Univ-San Marcos
May 12, 2016

this book will enable students to develop their udnerstanding at a deeper level vis-a-vis issues appertaining to multi-cultural concerns

Dr Simon Claridge
Educational Psychology , Cardiff University
May 14, 2012

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