Assumptions of Behavioral Consultation: After All Is Said and Done More Has Been Done than Said


The purpose of our article is to provide a reaction to the article by Noell and Witt (1996) regarding fi ve fundamental assumptions underlying behavioral consultation, as well as react to a manuscript by Witt, Gresham and Noell (1996a) pertaining to their critique of some aspects of behavioral consultation. We provide a reaction to the alleged fundamental… (More)