This book is the second edition of Effective Supervision in School Psychology, published by NASP in 2000. It is the only book currently available on the supervision of school psychology services and programs. This book is grounded in current research and theory and has been revised to correspond to the new NASP Standards for Professional Practice. The book provides guidelines and vignettes from the perspective of the supervisor and the supervisee. It is accompanied by a CD with forms ready for use and adaptation by practitioners.
Virginia Smith Harvey is professor and director of the school psychology program at the University of Massachusetts, Boston. Before becoming a university professor, she was a practicing school psychologist for 18 years and supervised school psychologists and interns throughout those years. During her 15 years as a professor, she has supervised practicum, intern, and postgraduate students. In addition to numerous articles and book chapters, she is coauthor of Effective Supervision in School Psychology (2000, with J. A. Struzziero) and Fostering Independent Learning: Practical Strategies to Promote Student Success (2007, with L. A. Chickie-Wolfe). Harvey is currently chair of the ethics committee of the New Hampshire Association of School Psychologists and serves on the Standards Revision Writing Group of the National Association of School Psychologists. Joan A. Struzziero is an adjunct professor at Northeastern University and school psychologist in the Scituate, MA Public Schools. She has worked as a school psychologist for 18 years and as a field and university supervisor of interns for 15 years. She has also been a supervisor for the Global School Psychology Network and has researched the use of the Internet in supervision. Struzziero is coauthor of Effective Supervision in School Psychology (2000, with V. S. Harvey) and is co-chair of the ethics committee of the Massachusetts Association of School Psychologists and the northeastern representative on the NASP Ethics Committee.
Foreword by Kenneth W. Merrell Preface Acknowledgments About the Authors Part I. Foundations of Supervision 1. Overview 2. Interpersonal Relationships 3. Multicultural Competencies 4. Data-Based Decision Making and Accountability 5. Systems-Based Service Delivery 6. Ethical and Legal Issues Part II. Clinical Supervision 7. Planning Clinical Supervision 8. Computer-Assisted Supervision 9. Providing Clinical Supervision 10. Supervising Consultation 11. Supervising Services That Enhance Cognitive and Academic Skills 12. Supervising Services That Enhance Wellness, Social Skills, Mental Health, and Life Competencies Part III. Administrative Supervision 13. Leading and Managing 14. Recruiting and Orienting 15. Performance Evaluations and Professional Development References Author Index Subject Index