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Paraprofessional education is the education of paraprofessional personnel. Sometimes psychologist education is mistakenly included under this heading when it is more approriately included in professional education


Training of paramedical personnelEdit


Training of paraprofessionals in education settingEdit


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Key textsEdit

BooksEdit

  • Waltzman, D. E. (1993). Preparing students as effective health care professionals: The importance of a cross-cultural curriculum. Springfield, IL, England: Charles C Thomas, Publisher.

PapersEdit

Aiken, J., Brownell, A., & Iscoe, I. (1974). The training and utilization of paraprofessionals in a college psychological service center: Journal of College Student Personnel Vol 15(6) Nov 1974, 480-486.

  • Allen, D. A. (1973). Peer counseling and professional responsibility: Journal of the American College Health Association Vol 21(4) Apr 1973, 339-342.
  • Alley, S., & Blanton, J. (1976). A study of paraprofessionals in mental health: Community Mental Health Journal Vol 12(2) Sum 1976, 151-160.
  • Alley, S., & Blanton, J. (1978). Successful projects in "New Careers" programs: An empirical study: Human Relations Vol 31(5) May 1978, 439-457.
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  • Altekruse, M. K. (1968). Counselor Self-Interaction Analysis in Counselor Training: Dissertation Abstracts International.
  • Altucher, N. (1967). Constructive Use of the Supervisory Relationship: Journal of Counseling Psychology Vol 14(2) Mar 1967, 165-170.
  • Alvarez-Tostado, J. (1975). Social skills instructions and patient-therapist matching: Implications for the selection and training of the nonprofessional mental health worker: Dissertation Abstracts International.
  • Anonymous. (1968). On Improvement in the Training of Scientific Cadres and Cadres Engaged in Scientific-Pedagogical Work: Vestnik Vysshei Shkoly 26(1) 1968, 3-7.
  • Anonymous. (1968). The Training of Child Psychiatrists: a Memorandum Prepared by a Sub-Committee of the Child Psychiatry Section of the Royal Medico-Psychological Association: British Journal of Psychiatry 114(506) 1968, 115-117.
  • Anzures, R. (1976). The training of paraprofessionals: The token economy to modify behavior in the school and at home: Revista Latinoamericana de Psicologia Vol 8(1) 1976, 31-40.
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  • Avery, A. W. (1978). Communication skills training for paraprofessional helpers: American Journal of Community Psychology Vol 6(6) Dec 1978, 583-591.
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  • Colwell, W. E. (1968). The Improvement of Listening Skills of Counselor Trainees: an Experiment: Dissertation Abstracts International.
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  • Chinsky, J. M. (1975). Collaborative interventions in community mental health: A personal perspective. Oxford,

England: Human Sciences Press.

  • Goldman, J. (1975). Becoming a psychotherapist. Oxford, England: Charles C Thomas.

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