Volume 17, Issue 3 (1988)
The School Psychologist in Higher Education
ABSTRACT: This article discusses the roles of the school psychologist serving in institutions of higher education. Direct services to professors and administrators (and thus indirect services to students) include in service education, and providing feed back on instructional practices and research. An important service highlighted in this article is consultation. Direct services to students include preventative work with the entire student body and specific screening, identification, counseling, and intervention with students at risk, such as students lacking basic skills, students admitted not meeting normal requirements, underrepresented minorities, and the learning disabled along with other disabled and handicapped students.
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