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Handbook of University and Professional Careers in School Psychology

ISBN 9780367353681
Published December 30, 2020 by Routledge
538 Pages 10 B/W Illustrations

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Book Description

The Handbook of University and Professional Careers in School Psychology is a comprehensive resource for school psychologists in doctoral training or currently appointed to positions in universities and other clinical professional settings. Across 30 unique chapters, experts in the field offer diverse, experienced perspectives on accessing resources, building skills, navigating difficult experiences, and flourishing in all major facets of the profession. The book places special emphasis on development throughout the career lifespan and the empowerment of women, people of color, and scholars from outside of the United States.

Table of Contents

Section I: Embracing A Career in School Psychology

Subsection A: Early Career Considerations

Chapter 1: Career Paths in School Psychology by John S. Carlson, Bryn Harris, and Celeste M. Malone

Chapter 2: Obtaining Post-Degree Supervision, Certification, and Licensure by Janay B. Sander and Kisha M. Radliff

Subsection B: Career Considerations for University Faculty

Chapter 3: Obtaining Your First Academic Job by Amanda L. Sullivan, Scott P. Ardoin, Kathrin E. Maki, Erin A. Harper, and Tara Kulkarni

Chapter 4: Succeeding During Your Early Career in University Settings by Bryn Harris, Lindsay M. Fallon, Stacy-Ann A. January, and Stephen P. Kilgus

Chapter 5: Succeeding During Your Mid-career in University Settings by Amy M. Briesch, Karen C. Stoiber, Sam Y. Song, and Erin Dowdy

Chapter 6: Succeeding During Your Later Career in University Settings by George J. DuPaul, Bonnie K. Nastasi, and Thomas J. Power

Chapter 7: Succeeding as a University Administrator by Renée M. Tobin, Elaine Clark, Salvador Hector Ochoa, and Jane Close Conoley

Chapter 8: Succeeding During Retirement from University Settings by Sarah A. Fefer, Amanda M. Marcotte, William J. Matthews, and John M. Hintze

Subsection C: Thriving in Different Career Roles

Chapter 9: Bridging Science and Practice by Amanda M. VanDerHeyden and Seth F. Aldrich

Chapter 10: Thriving in Private Practice and as an Independent Consultant by Jon Lasser, Laurie McGarry Klose, and Kristyn Corley

Section II: Addressing Diversity and Personal Development

Subsection D: Addressing Diverse Identities

Chapter 11: Succeeding as a Woman in School Psychology by Michelle K. Demaray, Robin S. Codding, Beth Doll, Stacy Overstreet, and Janine M. Jones

Chapter 12: Succeeding as a Person of Color in School Psychology by Sherrie L. Proctor, Tai A. Collins, Desireé Vega, Cixin Wang, and Frank C. Worrell

Chapter 13: Succeeding as a Man in Higher Education as an Advocate of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion in School Psychology by Jeffrey A. Miller, Frank C. Worrell, Prerna Arora, and Shawn Powell

Chapter 14: Engaging Internationally to Produce Scholarship in School and Educational Psychology: A Critical Perspective by John C. Begeny, Gertina J. van Schalkwyk, Eui Kyung Kim, Jesus (Jess) Alfonso Datu, Rahma Hida, Jiayi Wang, and Maria del Pilar Grazioso 

Subsection E: Reaching Personal Potential

Chapter 15: Overcoming Adversity by Tanya L. Eckert and Jina Yoon

Chapter 16: Striving for Work-Life Balance, Engaging in Self-Care, and Preventing Burnout by Shannon M. Suldo, Jessica A. Hoffman, and Sterett H. Mercer

Section III: Advancing Skill Development and Reaching Goals

Subsection E: Reaching Personal Potential

Chapter 17: Developing Programs of Research in School Psychology by John H. Kranzler, Jamilia L. Blake, and Ethan R. Van Norman

Chapter 18: Making the Most of Collaborative Research Projects by Sandra M. Chafouleas , Lisa M. Hagermoser Sanetti, and Beth S. Russell

Chapter 19: Finding, Securing, and Managing Grants by Keith C. Herman, Wendy M. Reinke, Erin Chaparro, Elise Pas, & Amanda Sullivan

Chapter 20: Enhancing Skills in Research Methods and Statistics by Nicholas F. Benson, David A. Klingbeil, and Jacqueline M. Caemmerer

Chapter 21: Being a Productive Scholar by Robert J. Volpe, Lyndsay N. Jenkins, and Amanda L. Sullivan

Chapter 22: Reviewing Manuscripts Submitted to Peer-Reviewed Journals by Randy G. Floyd, Prerna G. Aroroa, S. Andrew Garbacz, and Stacy-Ann A. January

Subsection G: Advancing Teaching, Mentoring, and Supervision

Chapter 23: Teaching with Passion and Effectiveness by Devadrita Talapatra, Leandra Parris, and Andrew T. Roach

Chapter 24: Being a Mentor in Scholarship by Matthew K. Burns, Kathrin E. Maki, and Lisa Aguilar

Chapter 25: Making a Difference in School Psychology by David M. Hulac, Emily K. Phillips, Scott L. Graves, Jr., and Thomas K. Fagan

Chapter 26: Clinical Supervision, Support, and Professional Development for School Psychologists Across the Career Lifespan by Dennis J. Simon, Mark E. Swerdlik, Daniel S. Newman, Brea M. Banks, Arlene Silva, and Tracy K. Cruise

Subsection H: Advancing Community and Professional Involvement

Chapter 27: Promoting Community Engagement and Action Research by Antoinette Halsell Miranda and Samuel Y. Song

Chapter 28: Fighting for Social Justice by David Shriberg, Erin A. Harper, and Casey McPherson

Chapter 29: Engaging in Political Leadership and Public Policy Advocacy by Tammy L. Hughes and Celeste M. Malone

Chapter 30: Getting Involved in Professional Organizations by Sally L. Grapin, Celeste M. Malone, and Gary Stoner

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Randy G. Floyd is Professor of Psychology and Department Chair in the Department of Psychology at the University of Memphis, USA.

Tanya L. Eckert is Associate Professor of Psychology and Director of Graduate Studies in the Department of Psychology at Syracuse University, USA.