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The school services sourcebook [electronic resource] : a guide for school-based professionals /
edited by Cynthia Franklin, Mary Beth Harris, Paula Allen-Meares.
imprint
Oxford ; New York : Oxford University Press, 2006.
description
xix, 1227 p. : ill., map ; 26 cm.
ISBN
0195175239 (hardcover : alk. paper), 9780195175233 (hardcover : alk. paper)
format(s)
Book
More Details
imprint
Oxford ; New York : Oxford University Press, 2006.
isbn
0195175239 (hardcover : alk. paper)
9780195175233 (hardcover : alk. paper)
restrictions
Licensed for access by U. of T. users.
abstract
"A compendium of information for school-based social workers, psychologists, counselors, and educators. Chapters include step-by-step, evidence-based interventions for a variety of psychosocial and physical problems, as well as guidance for working with school organizations and communities"--Provided by publisher.
catalogue key
13107776
 
Includes bibliographical references and index.
A Look Inside
Reviews
Review Quotes
"Should be required reading for social workers, counselors, mental healthworkers, and anyone else who is interested in providing services in schools.This massive volume tells it all, interpreting evidence-based research forpractical use, replete with examples, tables, charts, and forms...all you needto know if you want to help children and their families deal with the broadspectrum of mental health issues."--Joy Dryfoos, co-editor, Community Schools inAction
"Should be required reading for social workers, counselors, mental health workers, and anyone else who is interested in providing services in schools. This massive volume tells it all, interpreting evidence-based research for practical use, replete with examples, tables, charts, andforms...all you need to know if you want to help children and their families deal with the broad spectrum of mental health issues."--Joy Dryfoos, co-editor, Community Schools in Action
"The School Services Sourcebook should be required reading for socialworkers, counselors, mental health workers, and anyone else who is interested inproviding services in schools. This massive volume tells it all, interpretingevidence-based research for practical use, replete with examples, tables,charts, and forms...all you need to know if you want to help children and theirfamilies deal with the broad spectrum of mental health issues."--Joy Dryfoos,co-editor, Community Schools in Action
"This fine edition at a good price might work will in my course, where wediscuss the fall of the republic, and the rise of the Empire."--Glen Coper,Brigham Young University
"This fine edition at a good price might work will in my course, where we discuss the fall of the republic, and the rise of the Empire."--Glen Coper, Brigham Young University
"This is an impressive volume, containing some 114 chapters about best practices for students with emotional, behavioral, and other mental health issues--written in clear, compelling, and down-to-earth language. It fills an important niche by reviewing the research base behind a comprehensiverange of specific school practices, but when research evidence does not exist, the chapters provide practical and well-grounded suggestions for practitioners to follow. This book takes a big step forward in grounding school mental health practice in empirical evidence."--Kimberly Eaton Hoagwood,Columbia University
"This is an impressive volume, containing some 114 chapters about bestpractices for students with emotional, behavioral, and other mental healthissues--written in clear, compelling, and down-to-earth language. It fills animportant niche by reviewing the research base behind a comprehensive range ofspecific school practices, but when research evidence does not exist, thechapters provide practical and well-grounded suggestions for practitioners tofollow. This book takes a big step forward in grounding school mental healthpractice in empirical evidence."--Kimberly Eaton Hoagwood, Ph.D., Professor ofClinical Psychology in Psychiatry, Columbia University
"This volume presents school social workers with a comprehensive array of best practices for the difficult issues faced in today's schools, such as overcoming obstacles to good mental health, crisis intervention, bullying, and responding to the mandates of IDEIA 2004 and NCLB. As school mentalhealth professionals, school social workers will find the evidence-based practices described in terms that are understandable and applicable to actual everyday school challenges. Seldom has a book promised so much and carried through so completely. It is a privilege to be able to recommend thissourcebook to today's school social work practitioners and those to come."--Judith Kullas Shine, President, School Social Work Association of America
"This volume presents school social workers with a comprehensive array of best practices for the difficult issues faced in today's schools, such as overcoming obstacles to good mental health, crisis intervention, bullying, and responding to the mandates of IDEIA 2004 and NCLB. As school mental health professionals, school social workers will find the evidence-based practices described in terms that are understandable and applicable to actual everyday school challenges. Seldom has a book promised so much and carried through so completely. It is a privilege to be able to recommend this sourcebook to today's school social work practitioners and those to come."--Judith Kullas Shine, President, School Social Work Association of America "This is an impressive volume, containing some 114 chapters about best practices for students with emotional, behavioral, and other mental health issues--written in clear, compelling, and down-to-earth language. It fills an important niche by reviewing the research base behind a comprehensive range of specific school practices, but when research evidence does not exist, the chapters provide practical and well-grounded suggestions for practitioners to follow. This book takes a big step forward in grounding school mental health practice in empirical evidence."--Kimberly Eaton Hoagwood, Ph.D., Professor of Clinical Psychology in Psychiatry, Columbia University "The School Services Sourcebookshould be required reading for social workers, counselors, mental health workers, and anyone else who is interested in providing services in schools. This massive volume tells it all, interpreting evidence-based research for practical use, replete with examples, tables, charts, and forms...all you need to know if you want to help children and their families deal with the broad spectrum of mental health issues."--Joy Dryfoos, co-editor,Community Schools in Action
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Summaries
Bowker Data Service Summary
Covers various aspects of school service delivery, arming practitioners with the nuts and bolts of evidence-based practice. Each of the 114 chapters serves as a detailed intervention map, beginning with a summary of the problem area and moving into step-by-step instructions on how to implement an evidence-based program.
Description for Library
"A compendium of information for school-based social workers, psychologists, counselors, and educators. Chapters include step-by-step, evidence-based interventions for a variety of psychosocial and physical problems, as well as guidance for working with school organizations and communities"--Provided by publisher.
Main Description
This comprehensive sourcebook covers every aspect of school service delivery, arming practitioners with the nuts and bolts of evidence-based practice. Each of the 114 chapters serves as a detailed intervention map, beginning with a summary of the problem area and moving directly intostep-by-step instructions on how to implement an evidence-based program with distinct goals in mind and methods to measure the outcome. School-based professionals in need of ready access to information on mental health disorders, developmental disabilities, health promotion, child abuse, dropoutprevention, conflict resolution, crisis intervention, group work, family interventions, culturally competent practice, policy, ethics, legal issues, community involvement, accountability, and funding can now find high-quality and easy-to-implement strategies at their fintertips. A concise, user-friendly format orients readers to each issue with a Getting Started section, then moves smoothly into What We Know, What We Can Do, Tools and Practice Examples, and Points to Remember. Quick-reference tables and charts highlight the most important information needed for dailyreference, and lists of further reading and Web resources guide readers in gathering additional information to tailor their practice to suit their students' needs. Each chapter has been specifically crafted by leaders in their fields with the ultimate goal of giving school-based practitioners thetools they need to deliver the best mental health and social services possible to students, families, and communities. This is a must-have reference for all school-based social workers, psychologists, counselors, mental health professionals, and educators.
Table of Contents
Best Direct Practice Interventions with Student Populations
Effective Interventions and Resources for Working with Students with Mental Health Diagnosis
School-Based, Adolescent Suicidality: Lethality Assessments and Crisis Intervention Protocols
Psychopharmacological Treatment for Child and Adolescent Mental Disorders, Kia Bentley
Effective Interventions for Students with Conduct Disorder
Effective Interventions for Students with ADHD
Effective Interventions with Oppositional Defiant Disorder
Effective Interventions for Students with Separation Anxiety Disorder
Effective Interventions for Students with Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder
Effective Interventions for Adolescents with Depression
Effect Interventions for Students with Bipolar Disorder
Effective Interventions for Students with Eating Disorder
Effective Interventions for Students with Schizophroenia and Other Psychotic Disorders
Effective Interventions for Students with Autism and Asperger's Syndrome
Effective Strategies for Working with Students who have Co-occuring Disorders
Understanding the Use of Mental Health Classifications and DSM IV-TR in Schools
Working with Parents Regarding Their Children's Mental Disorders: Engagement
Effective Interventions and Resources for Working with Students with Developmental Disabilities
Working with Students with Mental Retardation who Exhibit Severe Challenging Behavior
Improving Educational and Behavioral Performance of Students with Learning Disabilities
Effective Classroom Interventions for Students with Physical Disabilities
What Does the Research Evidence Say About Inclusion Practices?
Building Successful Alliances with Health Care Professionals
Promoting Health and Well-Being: Effective Interventions and Resources
Substance Abuse Prevention: Effective School-Based Programs
Substance Abuse at Elementary Age: Effective Interventions
Screening Substance Use/Abuse of Middle and High School Students
Effective HIV Prevention in Schools
Effective STD Prevention
Effective Cognitive-Behavioral Interventions for Self-Mutilation
Integrative, Solution-Oriented Approaches with Self-Harming Adolescents
Primary Prevention of Pregnancy: Effective School-Based Programs
Best School-Based Practices with Adolescent Parents
Effective Management of Obesity for School Children
Best Practices and Resources for Intervening with Child Abuse and Sexual Abuse and Out of Home Placement in a School Setting
Identifying Child Abuse or Neglect Strategies in a School Setting
Laws and Procedures for Reporting Child Abuse: An Overview
Helping Students Who Have Been
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