Barbara Kelly and her colleagues have done a magnificent job. This 2nd edition provides a lucid and critical overview of the history and development of Educational Psychology Practice in the UK. This is a valuable contribution to training and professional development that accurately sets 'Frameworks' in context. Frameworks for Practice in Educational Psychology will appeal to both trainees and qualified psychologists. It provides a touchstone and way-marker for the future and should thus also inform policy makers and commissioners of educational psychology services.
Frameworks for Practice in Educational Psychology is an essential resource for both graduate students and practicing professionals. The contributors provide valuable information to inform conceptual, research, ethical, and legislative foundations important for educational psychologists. The second edition includes chapters addressing important topics such as solution oriented practice, proactive problem solving models, positive psychology, consultation, implementation science, and promoting children's mental health in schools. Drawing upon the expertise of scholars and practitioners, Frameworks for Practice in Educational Psychology highlights contemporary conceptual and empirical knowledge to inform current and future educational psychology practice.