Consulting to Support Emotional Behavioral Disordered Students: Implementing a Behavioral School-Based Approach

Faith Andreasen

Abstract

Consulting is a type of helping relationship that usually occurs in a context whereby the consultee (teacher) is trained for the purpose of helping the client (student). The goal is to address a situation in order to solve problems within it and to empower consultees by training them to recognize needs and the resources available to them. The consultant is an expert, confidant, process specialist, and conceptual therapist. To support teachers who work with students with emotional behavioral disorders, understanding behavioral models is imperative. Models explored in this paper include Conjoint Behavioral Consultation and the Family Empowerment Model. Behavior strategies include behavioral technology training, behavioral systems, and behavioral case consultation.

 


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