- Author:Karen B. Goldfinger,Andrew M. (Mark) Pomerantz
- Publisher:SAGE Publications, Inc; 1/20/09 edition (February 19, 2009)
- Pages:160 pages
- Subcategory:Social Sciences
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Read instantly in your browser. Karen Goldfinger, P. is a licensed clinical psychologist with a private practice in psychological assessment and psychotherapy in Essex, Connecticut.
Read instantly in your browser. by Karen B. Goldfinger (Author), Andrew M. (Mark) Pomerantz (Author). Psychological assessment has been an abiding interest over the course of her career, beginning in graduate school at the State University of New York at Albany. She has completed countless psychological assessments in clinical, forensic, and educational settings over more than 20 years.
Authors Karen Goldfinger and Andrew M. Pomerantz .
Filled with varied case examples that promote interest and meet instructional requirements, including one detailed case study that recurs throughout multiple chapters, the book uses sidebars and question and answer sections to encourage readers to consider their own case material and use critical thinking skills.
Andrew Mark Pomerantz Southern Illinois University Edwardsville. Andrew M. Pomerantz (BA, psychology, Washington University in St. Louis; MA, Ph D, clinical psychology, Saint Louis University) is professor of Psychology and director of the Clinical Adult Psychology Graduate Program at Southern Illinois University Edwardsville. He teaches a variety of undergraduate and graduate courses related to clinical psychology and maintains a part-time private practice of clinical psychology in St. Louis.
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I love this book by Dr. Andrew Pomerantz. He's obviously a good writer as his writing is clear and he conveys information in a way that is balanced and reasonable. He presents alternative perspectives on many issues and by doing so helps readers learn from the dialectic or tension between these perspectives.
Outlining a step-by-step assessment model, Psychological Assessment and Report Writing covers five key topics central to psychological assessment: understanding the context of a referral, determining what data is needed to answer referral questions, gathering the data, integrating the data, and communicating the findings. Authors Karen Goldfinger and Andrew M. Pomerantz review each component, providing how-to instructions and alerting readers to a myriad of issues they must consider in conducting assessments in clinical, forensic, or educational environments. Filled with varied case examples that promote interest and meet instructional requirements, the book uses sidebars and questionand- answer sections to encourage readers to consider their own case material and use critical thinking skills as they review each section of the model. Key FeaturesIntegrates a solid review of measures of assessment, including practical advice on how to write related assessment reports Provides information in a logical sequence that mirrors the types of experiences students will encounter in real-world assessment and report writing Includes historical perspectives in Chapter 1 Discusses the ethical, diversity, and multicultural issues students will encounter in assessment Covers the various aspects of gathering information Offers content relevant to a wide range of mental health professionals
This text is appropriate for courses in psychological assessment and report writing offeredin graduate programs in clinical, counseling, and school psychology.