Training and Development of Consulting Psychologists

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Vol. 50, No. 4, Fall 1998
Item #: 5515004
Format: Hard copy

Articles in this issue

Why an Issue on Training and Development?
Pages 203–206
Garman, Andrew N.; Hellkamp, David T.

Graduate Training and Consulting Psychology: A Content Analysis of Doctoral-Level Programs
Pages 207–217
Garman, Andrew N.; Zlatoper, Kenneth W.; Whiston, Deborah L.

Practicums in Consulting Psychology: Working With Doctoral Clinical Programs
Pages 218–227
Atella, Michael D.; Figgatt, Jeffrey E.

Training Practices in Consultation: A National Survey of Clinical, Counseling, Industrial/Organizational, and School Psychology Faculty
Pages 228–236
Hellkamp, David T.; Zins, Joseph E.; Ferguson, Kathleen; Hodge, Michelle

Where Is the Business of Business Psychology Headed?
Pages 237–241
Somerville, Kevin

Professional Development for Beginning Consultants in Firms: Real-World Considerations
Pages 242–254
Merrell, David W.; Weigel, Richard G.

On Being Helped to Become a Management Psychologist: Partially Paying Back a Debt of Gratitude
Pages 255–262
Heckler, Victor J.

New Directions for Graduate Training in Consulting Psychology
Pages 263–270
Lowman, Rodney L.

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