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Proceedings of the Conference on Training Clinical Child Psychologists

Edited by June M. Tuma

Routledge – 1985 – 176 pages

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    978-0-8058-0591-8
    May 1st 1985

Description

This volume is derived from the conference on Training Clinical Child Psychologists held in South Carolina. The goal of the meeting was to identify, examine, and assess the major influences, directions, goals, and actions of consequence to clinical child psychology and to clinical child psychologists.

Proceedings: Conference on Training Clinical Child Psychologists explores issues pertaining to the goal of training competent psychologists to work with children, youths, and families.

The objectives of this volume and the conference are:

*to stimulate discourse meaningful to clinical child psychologists and to the total psychological community;

*to clarify major issues and alternative actions, and

*to formulate and implement feasible proposals for strengthening the professional preparation of clinical child psychologists.

Topics included in this volume include: roles and responsibilities of clinical child psychologists and the boundary issues; curriculum issues; models of training; credentialing and licensing; and recommendations, guidelines and conclusions drawn from the conference. Also included are the Guidelines for Training Psychologists to Work with Children Youths, and Families (Appendix E).

Contributors include: June M. Tuma, Donald K. Routh, Michael C. Roberts, Patricia J. Aletky, Stanley F. Schneider, Alan O. Ross, Honore M. Hughes, Anthony P. Mannarino, Thomas H. Ollendick, Annette M. LaGreca, Carolyn Schroeder, Jerome H. Hanley, David S. Glenwick, Steven M. Neuhaus, Frank D. Fincham, Gary B. Melton, Douglas G. Ullman, Howard Markam, William O. Donnelly, Sandra W. Russ, Donald K. Freedheim, Jane W. Kessler, Donald Wertleib, Dennis Drotar, Andrew S. Bradlyn, Lynne Doran, Sheila Eyberg, James H. Johnson, Jean C. Elbert, Robert D. Felner, Raymond P. Lorion, Al Finch, Diane J. Willis, Marilyn T. Erickson, Martha Perry, Richard R. Abidin, Felicisima C. Serafica, Charles Wenar, S. Joseph Weaver, Jacquelin Goldman, Rochelle L. Robbins.

Contents

Contents: Part I: The Introduction. June M. Tuma, Hilton Head Conference on Training Clinical Child Psychologists: History and Background of the Conference. June M. Tuma, Conference Issues: Introduction. June M. Tuma, Opening Address: The Training of Clinical Child Psychologists. Donald K. Routh, Training Clinical Child Psychologists. Michael C. Roberts, Considerations on the "Guidelines for Training Psychologists to Work With Children, Youth, and Families" for the National Conference on the Training of Clinical Child Psychologists. Patricia J. Aletky, Specialization and the Regulations of Practice in Organized Psychology. Stanley F. Schneider, Training in Clinical Child Psychology: Funding and More Serious Problems. Alan O. Ross, A Brief Look Back. ummary and Concurrent Small Groups on Issues Honore M. Hughes, Academic Training. Anthony P. Mannarino, Internship Training. Thomas H. Ollendick, Postdoctoral/Continuing Education. Part II: Roles and Responsibilities of Clinical Child Psychologists/Boundary Issues Annette M. LaGreca, Carolyn Schroeder, Roles and Responsibilities/Boundary Issues: Introduction. Jerome H. Hanley, A Broad-Based Approach to the Training of Clinical Child Psychologists Serving Consumers in Rural Communities. David S. Glenwick, Steven M. Neuhaus, A System-Oriented Community-Based Training Model for Clinical Child Psychology: Implications for Role Development and Skill Acquisition. Frank D. Fincham, Training Research Specialists in Clinical Child Psychology. Gary B. Melton, Training Child Clinicians as Child Advocates. Douglas G. Ullman, Howard Markam, William O. Donnelly, Training of Clinical Child/Community Psychologists. Sandra W. Russ, Donald K. Freedheim, Jane W. Kessler, Roles and Responsibilities of Trainees Working With Children With Multiple Problems. Donald Wertleib, Clinical Child Psychology as an Applied Developmental Psychology: Toward a Redefinition of Mission and Training. Dennis Drotar, Integrating Pediatric and Clinical Child Psychology: Perspectives in Clinical Testing. Summary of Concurrent Small Groups on Roles and Responsibilities/Boundary Issues Andrew S. Bradlyn, Academic Training. Lynne Doran, Internship Training. Sheila Eyberg, Postdoctoral/Continuing Education. Part III: Curriculum Issues. Thomas H. Ollendick, Overview of Curriculum Issues. James H. Johnson, General, Program-Related Issues in Clinical Child Specialty Training: Survey Input from Child Oriented Clinicians. Jean C. Elbert, Current Trends and Future Needs in the Training of Child Diagnostic Assessment. James H. Johnson, Providing Training Experiences in Child Treatment: Recommendations for the Clinical Child Psychology Specialty Curriculum. Robert D. Felner, Raymond P. Lorion, Clinical Child Psychology and Prevention: Toward a Workable and Satisfying Marriage. Thomas H. Ollendick, Training in Clinical Child Psychology: A Proposal for the Role of Continuing Education. Summary of Concurrent Small Groups on Curriculum Issues Annette M. La Greca, Academic Training. Al Finch, Internship Training. Diane J. Willis, Postdoctoral/Continuing Education. Part IV: Models of Training. James H. Johnson, Models of Clinical Child Psychology Training: Introduction. Marilyn T. Erickson, Clinical Child Psychology Training within the Context of a General Clinical Psychology Training Program. Martha Perry, A Specialty Program for Clinical Child Psychology Training: The Washington Model. Richard R. Abidin, The Virginia Model of School/Clinical Child Training. Felicisima C. Serafica, Charles Wenar, A Developmental Perspective on Training Clinical Child Psychologists: The Ohio State University Clinical Child Psychology Program. CREDENTIALING AND LICENSING June M. Tuma, Introduction to Credentialing and Licensing. S. Joseph Weaver, The Relationship Between Licensing and Training Standards in Clinical Child Psychology. Jacquelin Goldman, Should Clinical Child Psychology be Designated a Special Practice Area by the American Board of Professional Psychology? Summary of Concurrent Small Groups on Training and Credentialing and Licensing Michael C. Roberts, Academic Training. Felicisima C. Serafica, Internship Training. Rochelle L. Robbins, Postdoctoral/Continuing Education. Part V: Recommendations, Guidelines, and Conclusions. June M. Tuma, Recommendations, Guidelines, Conclusions: Introduction. Honore M. Hughes, Consultation and Transfer of Expertise Regarding the Professional Preparation of Clinical Child Psychologists: A Proposed Strategy for Effecting Change in Training Programs. Summary of Proposals for Recommendations for Levels of Training. Annette M. LaGreca, Academic Training in Clinical Child Psychology. A.J. Finch, Rochelle L. Robbins, Internship Training in Clinical Child Psychology. Dennis Drotar, Postdoctoral/Continuing Education in Clinical Child Psychology. Appendices: Members of the Conference. Demographic Data on Conference Participants. Conference Planners. Preconference Planning, Conference Procedures, and Postconference Activities. June M. Tuma, Guidelines for Training Psychologists to Work With Children, Youths, and Families. Marilyn Erickson, Michael C. Roberts, June M. Tuma, Recommendations.

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