Volume 8, Issue 2 (1979)
Will the Real School Psychologist Please Stand Up? Part III - Jurisdictional Imperialism
Irwin A. Hyman
Immediately preceding and during my year as President of the Division of School Psychology of the American Psychological Association, I presented a number of speeches concerning the resolution of conflicts within the school psychology community. This current paper represents an integration of the concepts discussed previously. The distillation of those concepts is organized into a discussion of external and internal threats to the future of school psychology in America. Following the presentation of the threats are recommendations and a brief review of actions which I have taken in order to move toward positive resolutions of current problems.
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