The Need for Mental Health Services in Schools Mental health is neither a single state nor is it stable. It is a continuum that changes over time.
The Need for Mental Health Services in Schools Mental health is neither a single state nor is it stable. Mental health also changes across groups of students in additional to whatever is going on within a single student (Murphey, Barry, & Vaughn, 2013). Estimates of the number of adolescents with diagnosable .
Evidence-Based Services for Students. Addresses prevention at school from a systems perspective. Examines issues faced by minorities and other special populations in preventive mental health
Evidence-Based Services for Students. Examines issues faced by minorities and other special populations in preventive mental health. Explores potential adaptations to evidence-based prevention strategies while maintaining program integrity. Offers comprehensive, practical coverage of the significant challenges – and how to overcome the barriers – to introducing organizational change in schools. price for USA in USD (gross).
Engaging families through school and family partnerships. Social emotional learning
Preventive Mental Health at School gives school-based practitio Some engage in high-risk behaviors. Others need help with emotional skills. Engaging families through school and family partnerships. Social emotional learning. Adapting programs for various racial and ethnic populations.
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Macklem is the author of Springer’s Evidence-Based School Mental Health Services: Affect Education, Emotion Regulation Training, and Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (2011); Practitioner's Guide to Emotion Regulation in School-Aged Children (2008); and Bullying and Teasing: Social Power in Children’s Groups (2003).
Preventive Mental Health at School: Evidence-Based Services for Students. by Gayle L. Macklem 12 September 2014.
The challenges of providing mental health services to school children are numerous and diverse, ranging .
The challenges of providing mental health services to school children are numerous and diverse, ranging from staffing shortages to insufficient funding to family resistance to administrative indifference. The author draws on the widely used and effective three-tiered public health model to create a school-based system that addresses the emotional and behavioral needs of students most at risk for experiencing, or showing strong signs and symptoms of, emotional problems or disabilities.
Some engage in high-risk behaviors. Others need help with emotional skills. Many are affected by mental disorders. While every school has its share of students needing comprehensive mental health services, personnel struggle to address these needs effectively in an era of scarce resources and dwindling budgets.
Preventive Mental Health at School gives school-based practitioners and researchers an accessible, nuanced guide to implementing and improving real-world proactive programs and replacing outmoded service models. Based firmly in systems thinking and an ecological-public healthapproach, the book outlines the skills needed for choosing evidence-based interventions that are appropriate for all students, and for coordinating prevention efforts among staff, educators, and administration. As schools become more and more diverse, school-based practitioners must become knowledgeable in regard to the critical racial and cultural differences that affect students, their families, and enrich our schools. Research currently available to help meet the needs of various groups of children and their families is included as each topic is addressed. In addition, the author provides a theoretical groundwork and walks readers through the details of assessing resources and needs, applying knowledge to practice, and evaluating progress. Instructive case examples show these processes in action, and further chapters address questions of adapting programs already in place for greater developmental or cultural appropriateness.
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Student engagement, motivation, and active learning.Engaging families through school and family partnerships.Evidence-based prevention of internalizing disorders.Social emotional learning.Adapting programs for various racial and ethnic populations.Adapting programs for young children.
Preventive Mental Health at School offers solid guidance and transformative tools toresearchers, graduate students, and professionals/practitioners/clinicians in varied fields including clinical child and school psychology, social work, public health and policy, educational policy and politics, and pediatrics.
Author: Gayle L. Macklem
Subcategory: Medicine & Health Sciences
Publisher: Springer; 2014 edition (October 3, 2013)
Pages: 382 pages
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