Able to get along with clients and coworkersMagary: first and foremost an interest in wishing to help children
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NASP credentialing standards: respect for human diversity, communication skills, effective interpersonal relations, ethical responsibility, adaptability, initiative, and dependabilityPersonal characteristics are considered to be important!Characteristics of Training Programs:Diversity Representation – NEED FOR GREATER DIVERSITYoProfessional fields of psychology lack proportionally representative cultural diversity (less than 8% minority representation in school psych)oWomen represent almost 80% of SP graduate student population, 45% faculty, and more than 70% practitionersoIncrease in women is consistent with women’s increased publication in school psych journalsoDifferences between men and women in terms of tenure, salary, rank, etc. but bc of more years of experienceoIndividuals with disabilities representation is expected to growTeacher Certification and ExperienceoNo significant relationship between teacher experience and school psychologists’ successoNumber of depts. requiring teacher cert fell dramatically, no state licensing boards require itCommon Levels of PrepoMost psychologists do not hold doctoral degreeso80.5% hold specialist or higher level of prepEnrollment PatternsoDecreased in 80s then increased at specialist and doctoral levels, substantial decrease in mastersProgram Selection:Level of Training NeededoPursue specialist degree or highero60 graduate hours minimum in NASP approved training program or through state agency with NASP standardsoContent of program and its accreditation status are more important that the title of the degree offeredoDoctoral degree seldom required for SPLittle financial advantage to pursuingNo more competent to do SP jobProgram Characteristics:Models of Training:oMaster Models:Scientist – Practitioner (S – P Model): adopted for clinical psychology training from Boulder Conf.
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