La Greca & Hughes (1999): “clinical-child, pediatric, school, family and counselling psychologists….(need) to work collaboratively … for the training of all psychologists who specialise in... children, youth and families.”
Roberts et al (1998; 1999) in the same discussion
clinical-child name merely semantics to fit APA categories
“ Usefulness or otherwise of this grounding now you are out there as practitioners?”
general positive comments and specific examples
“ having some insight into this world view and the impact on parenting and extended family expectations …led to new literature”
Sarah had two friends who led her around and told her what to do next…Sarah's friends' behaviour had meant that her difficulties were not exposed at school. Led to the diagnosis of a Specific Learning Disability
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