School psychology has undergone tremendous growth in the Western countries for the last 25 years. Current and future perspectives of school psychology meet the challenges and needs of children in schools. This book is need of the hour to train the teachers in school psychology. Twenty-four papers of eminent scholars have been included to establish studies related to school psychology in India.
This book aims to explore the possibilities of current and future demands for school psychology and how the psychologists can meet those demands in India; conceptualise the theory and practice of school psychology in the face of children, and develop a base to use school psychology resources to maximise the benefits to children, families, and schools. It will be useful to school psychologists, teachers, students, governmental policy makers and common men and women in India and other parts of the world.