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(p. 185) Professional Identification 

(p. 185) Professional Identification
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(p. 185) Professional Identification
Author(s):

Rosemary Flanagan

and Jeff A. Miller

DOI:
10.1093/med:psych/9780195386325.003.0012
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date: 21 October 2020

Chapter 12 covers the professional identification and affiliations of school psychologists, as well as matters highly related to professional identification including job satisfaction, the current demographic status of the specialty, and future challenges related to maintaining an adequate base of professionals in the specialty. It also describes the wide variety of professional organizations that maintain control over school psychology by setting standards for self-governance of the profession. Finally, it presents the responsibility and mechanisms for continued professional development of school psychology professionals.

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