Volume 20, Issue 4 (1991)
Intervention Projects in School Psychology at the University of Utah
William R. Jenson, Thomas J. Kehle, Clifford J. Drew
Abstract: The article describes two federally funded intervention projects in the School Psychology Program at the University of Utah. The first project was designed to train school psychologists to work more effectively with children diagnosed as autistic, and the second was a project to train school psychologists to be intervention oriented practitioners. Fifty-four graduate students were funded using a two-track training system. One track involved intensive training across the academic year. A second, less intensive track involved summer training In addition, students contributed unique written intervention products for use by school personnel.
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