|| Checking for direct PDF access through Ovid
This article presents a point of view on the training needs of rehabilitation psychologists. It is based on the author's understanding of rehabilitation philosophy and on the realities of the professional marketplace. This commentary was inspired by 2 recent Rehabilitation Psychology articles (K. R. Thomas & F. Chan, 2000; S. T. Wegener, T. R. Elliott, & K. J. Hagglund, 2000) that set forth very different approaches for appropriate training of rehabilitation psychologists. The present article seeks to synthesize these differing approaches and turns to the Boulder conferees for assistance in doing so.