Populations Students Early Career Families Educators View My Account
NASP Home NASP Publications School Psychology Review (SPR) Volume 29 Issue 3 (2000) Considerations of Multiculturalism an...
back
Volume 29, Issue 3 (2000)

Considerations of Multiculturalism and Diversity in Behavioral Consultation With Parents and Teachers

pp. 344—353

Abstract: Behavioral consultation and its variants (including conjoint behavioral consultation;CBC) represent common school psychological service delivery options. Although much research has been conducted supporting their efficacy, there is no empirical base supporting their use in multicultural situations or when one or more participants represent diversity. In this article, a working definition of multicultural CBC is offered. Furthermore, structural and relational issues that may develop when working with culturally diverse students and their families are explored.

NASP Members Log in to download article.