Part I: Contemporary School Psychology Training: University/Field Collaboration. Hughes, Kaufman, Miller, Is Everything Old New Again: School Psychology Training Past, Present, and Future. Part II: What About Supervision Anyway? Trainers as Supervisors. Kaufman, Contemporary Issues in Supervision. Welsh, Meche, Broussard, Competency Based School Psychology Practica: A Collaborative Training Model. Herbert, Patterson, Collaborative Supervision of Internship Experiences. Gordon, Zacarrio, Supervision of School Psychology Interns in a Pediatric Hospital. Hatzichristou, Lampropoulou, Lykitsakou, Dimitropoulou, Promoting University and Schools Partnership: Transnational Considerations and Future Directions. Part III: Difficult Dialogues. Lopez, Rogers, Multicultural Competence and Diversity: University and Field Collaboration. Cruise, Swerdlick, Problematic Behaviors: Mediating Differences and Negotiating Change. Dailor, Jacob, Ethical and Legal Challenges: Negotiating Change. Kaufman, Hughes, Dealing with Harassment, Abuse and Other Difficult Topics. Theodore, Hughes, Kaufman, Developing Professional Identity: Values, Behaviors and Reputation. Jacob, Drevon, Abbuh, Taton, Preparing School Psychologists to Address the Needs of Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, Transgender, and Questioning (GLBTQ) Youth. Part IV: Professional Issues. Crespi, Professional Credentialing: Options and Needs. Snyder, Cash, Valley-Gray, Cunningham, Continuing Education: Fostering Life Long Learning. Brock, Martinez, Navarro, Teran, Collaboration in School-based Crisis Intervention. Levinson, Black, Rafoth, & Slonim, Community Collaboration and University-based Clinics. Part V: Into the Future. Hughes, Kaufman, Hoover, Creating Congruent Change in Training and Field Based Practice. Hughes, Kaufman, Riccio, Crespi, García-Vásquez, Envisioning the Future: Looking into the Crystal Ball.