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In the consultation model, clinicians advise school personnel about appropriate educational and/or therapeutic approaches to and/or services for students with developmental, cognitive, emotional, behavioral, or social problems. The consultation may be direct or indirect. In direct consultation, the clinician assesses the student and suggests to school personnel appropriate interventions that are typically provided by professionals other than the consultant. In indirect consultation, the clinician does not assess the student but rather assesses an issue (e.g., behavioral, social) articulated by school personnel and makes general recommendations to school personnel about resolving the problem. Because in this model the clinician typically is paid by the school to provide consultative services to school personnel, role, boundary, and confidentiality issues must be clarified at the outset to protect all involved parties and conform to federal, state, and local regulations.

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