Date of Award
Graduate School of Education and Professional Development
Type of Degree
Fred Jay Krieg
Stephen L. O’Keefe
The purpose of this study is to evaluate the consumer satisfaction of the Psycho-educational consultation. The method of data collection was a survey consisting of ten questions to be answered using a Likert type scale and one question asking for opinions for program improvements. The instrument was based on a measure of effectiveness for School Psychologists (Barnett, 2004). At the end of the meeting to discuss the results of the psycho-education evaluation, parents were asked to complete the survey. Parents and students remained anonymous and the completion of the survey was voluntary. Parents were asked to place their survey in a sealed envelope to protect their anonymity and return them to the supervisor. The information requested was structured to provide both qualitative and quantitative data. The data w ere analyzed using SPSS descriptive statistics. The Practicum III students did not have access to the surveys nor the name of the parents completing the survey. The results of the study indicated that parents were satisfied with the psycho-educational consultations.
Education - Parent participation.
Lester, Larry G., "Parental Satisfaction With Psycho-educational Consultation" (2006). Theses, Dissertations and Capstones. 706.