Competency-Based Education for Professional Psychology by Mary Beth Kenkel, Roger L Peterson

By Mary Beth Kenkel, Roger L Peterson

Competency-Based schooling for pro Psychology offers the main updated, research-based version for schooling in expert psychology. the amount is split into 4 components. half I provides an summary of the educational version and discusses the theories and learn that shape the root of the version. half II describes the seven center capabilities wanted by way of specialist psychologists: courting, overview, intervention, examine and overview, session and schooling, administration and supervision, and variety. Chapters during this part talk about the data, abilities, and attitudes that represent each one competency and supply examples of confirmed curricula and instructing tools. half III addresses the features and key roles of school and directors, and half IV describes destiny demanding situations in specialist psychology schooling. through delivering equipment for imposing the version in numerous academic and coaching settings, this e-book will function a key source for everybody concerned about the schooling, education, and rules psychologists.

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Schon, D. A. (1987). Educating the reflective practitioner: Towards a new design for teaching and learning in the pro/essions. San Francisco: Jossey-Bass. Singer, D. , Peterson, R. L, & Magidson, E. (1992). The self, the student, and the core curriculum: Learning from the inside out. In R. L. Peterson, J. D. McHolland, R. J. Bent, E. Davis-Russell, G. E. Edwall, E. Magidson, et al. ), The core curriculum in pro/essional psychology (pp. 133-140). Washington, DC: American Psychological Association and National Council of Schools of Professional Psychology.

The core curriculum in professional psychology (pp. 103-113). Washington, DC: American Psychological Association & National Council of Schools of Professional Psychology. Trierweiler, S. , & Strieker, G. (1998). The scientific practice of professional psychology. New York: Plenum. THREATS TO QUALITY IN PROFESSIONAL EDUCATION AND TRAINING 65 A THE RELATIONSHIP COMPETENCY: BROADENING AND DEEPENING LORRAINE MANGIONE AND LAVITA NADKARNI The relationship competency occupies a special place, for it is foundational to all other competencies (Polite & Bourg, 1992).

P. " POLITICS OF MODELS Politics surrounding the models of professional psychology education has, at its very best, been difficult, at times vicious and painful, often involving matters of prejudice as much as matters of science or education. Certainly, these differences reflect actual differences in the production of schol56 ROGER L. PETERSON arly work between models. However, when it comes to the development of clinicians, it is quite clear that excellent professional psychologists have been created by programs from the whole range of models.

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