Volume 10, Issue 2 (1981)
Overall Synthesis of the Spring Hill Symposium on the Future of Psychology in the Schools
Donald R. Peterson
For my task as an outsider, I try to identify a very short set of the most important themes that were expressed throughout the Symposium, as I heard them. Then I compare these themes with some common ones in my own field, clinical psychology. Beyond that, I try to relate what is happening in school psychology and clinical psychology to what is going on in professional psychology at large. And then, at some risk of extension beyond grasp, I consider what is happening in professional psychology in reference to the condition of the professions in American society generally. That will probably be enough material to cover, because my comments are brief.
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