School Counseling and Family Counseling

Resources Subject Page


Child/Adolescent Psychology Web Resources

This page was created in order to fill a need in the John Vaughan Library web subject pages and also as an assignment for class 5433.  This page is a resource for information about school and family counseling on the web.


This page has resources for psychologists, parents and educators about learning disabilities, mental health, and psychological assessment.

The goal of this website is to serve children, adolescents, and families with the best possible clinical care based on psychological science.  This site features a newsletter and a journal.


Careers in Educational Psychology and helpful links



Family counseling

This site has resources for families, member information, information physicians and allied professionals, and medical students and residents.

The site features the most up-to-date information about mental health practice for children and adolescents.


This page offers educational and instructional resources provided by Athabasca University.


Educational Psychology Interactive


This page provides tons of resources for educators and parents, as well as research information.


Athabasca’s developmental psychology resources page


Scholarly psychology resources provided by Dr. Dewey


General psychology information including the different fields in psychology featuring School Psychology as well.



“Supports school counselors' efforts to help students focus on academic, personal/social and career development so they achieve success in school and are prepared to lead fulfilling lives as responsible members of society.”


Technological literacy for Counselors and Administrators


This site is dedicated to the growth of counseling


This site is dedicated to school counseling research


The Oklahoma School Psychological Association


“The Oklahoma School Psychological Association serves its members by advancing the standard of the profession of school psychology and by providing opportunities for professional growth. We represent the membership by promoting the education, mental health, rights, and welfare of children and youth.” 

School Psychology tutorials and videos


School Psychology Blogs