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A Practical Guide to
Building Professional Competencies in School Psychology

Timothy M. Lionetti ● Edward P. Snyder Ray W. Christner
Editors



A Practical Guide to
Building Professional Competencies in School Psychology

































Editors
Timothy M. Lionetti Walden University College of Social
and Behavioral Science Minneapolis, MN 55401 USA
timothy.lionetti@waldenu.edu

Edward P. Snyder
Edinboro University of Pennsylvania Department of Professional Studies Butterfield Hall 114
Edinboro, PA 16444 USA
esnyder@edinboro.edu

Ray W. Christner
Cognitive Health Solutions, LLC 1201 West Elm Avenue, Unit 2
Hanover, PA 17331 USA
rwc@cognitivehealthsolutions.com























ISBN 978-1-4419-6255-3 e-ISBN 978-1-4419-6257-7 DOI 10.1007/978-1-4419-6257-7
Springer New York Dordrecht Heidelberg London

Library of Congress Control Number: 2010937770

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All rights reserved. This work may not be translated or copied in whole or in part without the written permission of the publisher (Springer Science+Business Media, LLC, 233 Spring Street, New York, NY 10013, USA), except for brief excerpts in connection with reviews or scholarly analysis. Use in connection with any form of information storage and retrieval, electronic adaptation, computer software, or by similar or dissimilar methodology now known or hereafter developed is forbidden.
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Throughout the long journey of making this book come to fruition was the consistent and sustaining encouragement of my wife Juliann along with the understanding, patience and joy of my three children Spenser, Sondra and Anthony, for which I am most appreciative. I also wish to thank my parents, Mario and Lois, for their support that has been unwavering for decades. Finally, a special appreciation must be afforded to the authors who contributed to this text.

Timothy M. Lionetti


This book is dedicated to my wife, Nancy, and sons, Adam and Daniel. Thank you for the joy you provide on a daily basis. To my parents, Clarence and Virginia, thank you for your faith and support.

Edward P. Snyder


I want to thank my wife, Andrea, and my two girls, Alyssa and Sydney, who are the motivation behind all I do. Thank you for being so patient and understanding of my hectic schedule. Also, I am grateful for the support of my parents, Ray and Theresa, and my brother, Rich, who have always encouraged me to strive to reach my goals. Finally, I dedicate this book to a dear friend, Mia S., who helped me from a young age to understand the differences and strengths in others.

Ray W. Christner

















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Developing and Enhancing Competencies in the Practice
of School Psychology 1
Timothy M. Lionetti, Edward P. Snyder, Ray W. Christner, and Courtney L. McLaughlin
Applying Law and Ethics in Professional Practice 13
Barbara Bole Williams and Leigh Armistead
Building Competency in Cross-Cultural School Psychology 35
Yuma I. Tomes
Managing Your Professional Practice as a School Psychologist 51
Barbara A. Fischetti
Consulting with Families, Schools, and Communities 69
Edward P. Snyder, Kim Quirk, and Frank Dematteo
Assessing Students’ Skills Using a Nontraditional Approach 83
Christine E. Neddenriep, Brian C. Poncy, and Christopher H. Skinner
Assessing Student Skills Using Process-Oriented Approaches 101
Susan Clements, Ray W. Christner, Amy L. McLaughlin, and Jessica B. Bolton
Evaluating Students with Emotional and Behavioral Concerns 121
Barry L. McCurdy, Amanda L. Lannie, and Jennifer L. Jeffrey-Pearsall
Beyond Unproven Trends: Critically Evaluating School-Wide Programs 141
David N. Miller and Kristin D. Sawka-Miller
Advocating for Effective Instruction: School Psychologists
as an Instructional Leader 155
Brian C. Poncy, Elizabeth McCallum, and Christopher H. Skinner
Facilitating Mental Health Services in Schools: Universal, Selected,
and Targeted Interventions 175
Ray W
 
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