Volume 10, Issue 4 (1981)
Internships in School Psychology: Supervision Issues
Galen J. Alessi, Wendy L. Keys, Karen J. Lascurettes-Alessi
ABSTRACT: Internship is the most important part of training school psychologists. It is crucial that this experience allow the intern to experience all the factors that impinge on the psychologist while in school practice. Clear structure and careful planning ensure that the experience will be effective. University and field settings must work cooperatively to ensure that each intern receives a balanced experience. The details of internship planning and supervision, and not general issues, will determine the success of the experience.
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