This collection of articles by Constance T. Fischer represents many of her major contributions to Collaborative Therapeutic Assessment. Fischer's work on the conceptual foundations and practices for individualized/ collaborative psychological assessment are assembled in this volume. Also included are her thoughts about how to teach individualized assessment to students. This monograph will serve mental health professionals interested in Collaborative Therapeutic Assessment and instructors and students in graduate courses on psychological assessment.
Foreword Stephen E. Finn Preface Introduction Part 1: The Development of Collaborative/Individualized Assessment 1: The testee as co-evaluator. 2: Paradigm changes which allow sharing of results. 3: Intelligence contra IQ: A human-science critique and alternative to the natural science approach to man. 4: Undercutting the scientist-professional dichotomy: The reflective psychologist. 5: Historical relations of psychology as an object-science and subject-science: Toward psychology as a human-science.6: Dilemmas in standardized testing. 7: Individualized assessment and phenomenological psychology. 8: Intimacy in psychological assessment. Part II: Practicing Collaborative/Individualized Assessment 9: Collaborative psychological assessment. 10: Assessing Process. 11: Collaborative, individualized assessment. 12: Individualized assessment moderates the impact of HIPAA privacy rules. Part III: Teaching Collaborative/Individualized Assessment 13. Rorschach scoring questions as access to dynamics. 14. The Rorschach and the life-world: Exploratory exercises. Appendix. Complete Publications of Constance T. Fischer Index