A model of consultation based on Bandura's (1977b) social learning theory is presented. The philosophical assumptions of the model, which are drawn from reciprocal determinism, are set forth, as are the roles and principles that govern this model. The consulting process, which involves relationship building, assessment, problem statement, goal setting, intervention, and evaluation, is also described. Implications of the model for consultants are set forth.
ASJC Scopus subject areas
- General Psychology