The Clinical Practice of Educational Therapy
A Teaching Model
Routledge – 2010 – 362 pages
The Clinical Practice of Educational Therapy is the first book to provide a comprehensive review of the interdisciplinary profession and practice of educational therapy as it exists today. It describes the scope and practice of educational therapy from its European roots to its growing presence in the United States, and provides case studies to illustrate the work of educational therapists.
In addition to educational therapy students and practitioners, this book is appropriate for those working in related fields including special education, school psychology, school counseling, and social work in educational settings.
"What is educational therapy? What does an educational therapist do? These questions, and many other subsidiary ones, are answered in a remarkably detailed and insightful new book, The Clinical Practice of Educational Therapy: A Teaching Model. Maxine Flicksman and Jane Utley Adelizzi, both with broad experience in the sometimes labyrinthine world of special education, are the perfect editors for this comprehensive and important book. I predict that it will be a standard in the field of ET for many years to come."—The Educational Therapist
1. The Dynamic of Educational Therapy: Theoretical Framework and Model, Maxine Ficksman & Jane Utley Adelizzi
2. Developmental Stages of the Educational Therapy Process, Karen Kass
3. Educational Therapy's Ancestry and Migration, Gail Werbach, Barbara Kornblau & Carole Slucki
Perspectives on the Clinical Practice of Educational Therapy
4. Empathic Intelligence in Educational Therapy: An International Perspective, Roslyn Arnold
5. Educational Therapy Across the Lifespan: The Case of Amy, Maxine Ficksman
6. Sitting at The Table: Accommodating Diagnoses and Approach in Educational Therapy, Jane Utley Adelizzi
7. Multilingual College Students with Learning Disabilities, Patricia Mytkowicz
8. Adults in Educational Therapy: A Triage Approach, Linda Lawton
Perspectives on Assessment and Intervention in Educational Therapy
9. Applying an Executive Function Framework in Educational Therapy, George McCloskey & Lori Lennon
10. From Assessment to Intervention in Educational Therapy, Phyllis Koppelman
11. Story Links: Using Therapeutic Storywriting with Parents and Pupils Who Are at Risk of Exclusion, Patricia Waters
12. Explicit, Systematic Reading Strategies: The Educational Therapist in Practice, Nancy Cushen White
Case Management & Navigating Multi-Systems
13. The Management of a Private Practice in Educational Therapy, Ann Kaganoff
14. Ethics and Etiquette in Educational Therapy: Recurrent Ethical Issues in Professional Practice, by Susan Fogelson and Ellen Opell
15. The Collaboration Between Educational Therapy and Mental Health Professionals: Case Study Analyses, Beverly Metcalf, Mickey Ashmun & Natalie O’Byrne
Future Perspectives and Research in Educational Therapy
16. Workplace Issues of College-Educated Adults with Learning Disabilities, Diane Goss
17. The Efficacy of Educational Therapy: Research Analysis, Phyllis Maslow and Dorothy Ungerleider
18. The Voice of Educational Therapy for the Future: An Integrative Analysis, Marcy Dann, Jane Utley Adelizzi & Maxine Ficksman
Maxine Ficksman, M.A., a board certified educational therapist, has worked in regular and special education for the past forty years, specializing in guiding students with learning difficulties and their families through the educational process as well as developing, coordinating and teaching graduate level training programs and courses in educational therapy.
Jane Utley Adelizzi, Ph.D., a board certified educational therapist and published author whose work focuses on the impact of psychological trauma and its impact on learning and functioning, has worked in higher education for over twenty-five years. She has developed programs for older adolescents and adults who live with the fear and memories of school failure and the emotional impact of these struggles.