The School Psychologist
A newsletter of Division 16
July 2014 | Vol. 68, No. 3
Feature articleLinda A. Reddy, PhD
In this issue
- Dialectical behavior therapy and school psychology: Training and practices
Despite its utility in practice, school psychology training programs in dialectical behavior therapy vary widely.
By Nora Gerardi and Mark D. Terjesen, PhD
- Div. 16 election results
Welcome to Div. 16's 2015 officers.
- Examining the correspondence between a direct and an indirect measure of executive functions: Implications for school-based assessment
Multiple measures of what seems to be the same construct may not be.
By D. Jake Follmer and Candice R. Stefanou
- People and places: Summer 2014
- The 2014 APA Convention: An early career focus
- When compassion runs dry: Recognizing and managing burnout
Given the stressful situations graduate students will encounter in their internships and field placements, they should be aware of the cost of burnout and how to prevent it.
By Caitlin V. Hynes and David O. L. Cheng
- Book review: “Tier 3 of the RTI model: Problem solving through a case study approach”
There is more than one way to work within the RTI model.
By Erin Lewis
- Book review: “Counseling students in levels 2 and 3: A PBIS/RTI guide”
Counseling in schools differs from counseling in private settings.
By Krystal Cook
- Book review: “Educating young children with autism spectrum disorders”
This book on autism spectrum disorder is useful to professionals and parents
By Angela Mann