The School Psychologist
A newsletter of Division 16
April 2014 |Vol. 68, No. 2
Getting out of the silo: Advancing school psychology science, practice and policy through interdisciplinary collaborationBy Linda A. Reddy, PhD
Interdisciplinary collaboration and working in teams are critically important for promoting our science. We have much to learn from other scholars; likewise, we have much to share.
- Beyond family: Enhancing social support for graduate students
Graduate students often experience what they perceive to be a lack of support from family and friends during their graduate school years.
By Caitlin V. Hynes and David O. L. Cheng
Early Career Corner
- Preparing for the EPPP as a school psychologist
Doctoral level school psychologists are in a unique position, in that the decision of whether to become a licensed psychologist (which is independent of school psychology certification) is not as pressing of an issue as it may be in other fields of psychology.
By Kristin Thompson, PhD, and Prerna Arora, PhD