Volume 17, Issue 3 (1988)
The School Psychologist in Business and Industry
Charles A. Maher, Rhonda E. Greenberg
ABSTRACT: Roles and functions of the school psychologist in business and industry are considered. It is proposed that the practitioner can be most valuable to companies,their managers, and employees in the rapidly emerging area of human resource development. In this article, business-related human resource development problems and concerns, to which the school psychologist can focus professional efforts, are presented. Then, the manner in which the school psychologist functions with respect to these problems and concerns is discussed. Next, an overview of work arrangements for the practitioner is delineated. Additionally, suggestions are made about graduate professional education and the marketing of professional services.
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