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Multicultural Consultation

Guidelines for Professionals Servicing Culturally and Linguistically Diverse Populations (First Edition)
Danielle Martines
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Multicultural Consultation: Guidelines for Professionals Servicing Culturally and Linguistically Diverse Populations is a single comprehensive volume that provides graduate-level clinical child and school psychology students and professionals with a review of popular consultation models and the newly recommended multicultural framework for consultation models, all with a clear focus on applied culturally focused interventions.

Part I examines the principles of consultation, with chapters that cover mental health, behavioral, instructional, conjoint behavioral, and collaborative school consultation models. Additional chapters explore multicultural consultation for school counselors, present readers with a framework for multicultural consultation practice, discuss cultural concerns as they apply to consultant resistance, and speak to multicultural organization consultation in schools.

The chapters in Part II present readers with culturally appropriate instructive interventions, guidelines from the problem identification through the intervention implementation stages of consultation, and guidelines for addressing behavioral and emotional problems in schools. Closing chapters provide guidelines for conjoint behavioral consultation and culturally sensitive guidelines for mental health consultation.

Multicultural Consultation is an exemplary, research-based textbook for graduate-level clinical child and school psychologists in training and in practice, as well as school counselors, social workers, and special educators.

Instructor resources are in development and will be available for this title in the future, including an instructor's manual and a deck of PowerPoint slides.

Danielle Martines Ph.D. previously served as an associate professor of psychology at Montclair State University in Upper Montclair, New Jersey. She is a trilingual school psychologist whose professional practice focuses on applying multicultural assessment in schools, consultation, and individual and group counseling. Dr. Martines received her professional diploma and Ph.D. in school psychology from Fordham University with a specialization in bilingual school psychology and a master’s degree in counseling from Long Island University. Formerly, she taught multicultural school psychology, child clinical psychology, bilingual and cognitive assessment, and counseling at City University of New York, Manhattan College, the College of New Rochelle, and Fordham University.

As an associate professor in the School Psychology and Clinical Psychology master’s and doctoral programs at Montclair State University in New Jersey, Dr. Martines routinely teaches courses in school-based consultation methods via a multicultural framework, multicultural counseling, cognitive assessment, therapeutic interventions, and the psychology of exceptional children. In the role of a multicultural scholar, she infuses multicultural competency training in all coursework and internships. Internationally, she has conducted seminars and presentations promoting consultation practice to international law instructors in Spain. Her scholarship includes authoring numerous book chapters and articles on culturally and linguistically diverse populations on academic and cognitive assessment, school-based consultation, multicultural organizational consultation, and emotional intelligence. Dr. Martines is the author Multicultural School Psychology Competencies: A Practical Guide (2008), which has been translated into Korean.
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