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(p. 123) Consultation in Clinical Child and Adolescent Psychology 

(p. 123) Consultation in Clinical Child and Adolescent Psychology
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(p. 123) Consultation in Clinical Child and Adolescent Psychology
Author(s):

Alfred J. Finch

, John E. Lochman

, W. Michael Nelson III

, and Michael C. Roberts

DOI:
10.1093/med:psych/9780199758708.003.0006
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date: 06 July 2020

Chapter 6 outlines the key concepts of the core competency and function of working collaboratively with others to deliver the necessary services through consultation, which can take several forms, including having another professional (physician, nurse, social worker, teacher) conduct an intervention under advice and supervision from the psychologist, providing information about symptoms and screening for behavior problems and how to make a referral, advising juvenile care or detention workers about management techniques, or serving on a collaborative team by offering psychological insights that help create therapeutic interventions for children with certain conditions (e.g., maltreatment, chronic illness). It also provides formal definitions and models of consultation with examples of professional activities in school and pediatric settings.

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