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Instructor: Dr. Paul McCabe
Office: 1107 James Hall
Office hours: W 2:00 – 3:00 pm & by appointment
Instructor: Dr. Carolina Julian
Office: 1107 James Hall
Office hours: By appointment
Lecture and Lab Schedule
Early Lab (McCabe): Weds 3:15 – 4:55 pm
Combined Lecture: Weds 5:05 – 7:35 pm
Late Lab (Julian): Weds 7:45 – 9:25 pm
Class time will consist of lecture, discussion and laboratory activities.
Labs will consist of discussions, activities, demonstrations, practice, and supervision of test administration, interpretation, and integration. Communication of findings through written reports and consultation will be developed.
This course is a zero cost/open educational resources course. That means there is no textbook students need to purchase. All materials are available freely to students.
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Items with this icon require a password provided to you by your professor. These include the online assessment links and the print syllabus.
Using Drawings in Assessment and Therapy
Oster, G. D., & Crone, P. G. (2004). Using drawings in assessment and therapy: a guide for mental health professionals. Second Ed. Brunner-Routledge: New York.
Essentials of TAT and Other Storytelling Assessments
Teglasi, H. (2016). Essentials of TAT and Other Storytelling Techniques Assessment (Second Ed). John Wiley & Sons, Inc.: New York
There is also a print edition of the book at the library.
Stacks RC473 .T48 T44 2010
Other Readings: Select chapters and articles will be posted on Blackboard.
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- Harrison, P. L., Thomas, A., & National Association of School Psychologists. (2014). Best practices in school psychology. Bethesda, MD: National Association of School Psychologists.
- Galindo, I., Boomer, E., & Reagan, D. (2021). A family genogram workbook.