School psychology might be the only specialty that gives serious consideration at any one time to almost all current practices in psychology, education, and allied fields. This book, therefore, provides an idea about the role and functions of school psychologists as perceived by principals, teachers and parents. It also reveals the need for school psychologist in Lebanese schools. Specifically, six areas of research questions were addressed: awareness of a need; type of categories of school counselor''s role and functions; referral agent to handle problems; place of existing school psychology services; level of education preferred for the school counselor; and licensure of school counselor. The analysis should help shed some light on the extent of awareness of a need for school psychologists in Lebanese schools, and should be functional in understanding the type of school counseling needed in Lebanese schools as well as Lebanese communities in general.