Definitional and Procedural Characteristics of Conjoint Behavioral Consultation
Within educational and mental health contexts, consultation practice typically takes one of at least three forms. These approaches are reviewed in detail elsewhere (e.g., Kratochwill & Bergan, 1990; Kratochwill & Pittman, 2002) and will be mentioned briefly here. Among the variety of features of problemsolving consultation, the indirect service delivery aspect of consultation is a major identifying characteristic, wherein the consultant’s efforts have an indirect influence on a client. Kratochwill and Pittman (2002) provided an overview of several possible optional consultation services along with detailed definitions and illustrations of the various approaches that could be enacted in school or community-based practice. Table 2.1 provides the alternative consultation relationships that can be developed.
KeywordsTarget Behavior Plan Implementation Intervention Implementation Social Validity Procedural Characteristic
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