Evidence-based practice in school mental health : addressing DSM-5 disorders in schools
- edited by James C. Raines.
- Second edition.
- New York, NY : Oxford University Press, 
- Physical description
- xix, 455 pages ; 24 cm.
- Oxford workshop series (School Social Work Association of America)
At the library
Education Library (Cubberley)
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- Raines, James Curtis, editor.
- Includes bibliographical references and index.
- Chapter 1. Introduction James C. Raines
- Chapter 2. Attention Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder Maria Scannapieco and Kirsten Painter
- Chapter 3. Autism Spectrum Disorder Michelle S. Ballan and Jennifer Hyk
- Chapter 4. Specific Learning Disorder James C. Raines
- Chapter 5. Early Onset Schizophrenia Theresa Early
- Chapter 6. Bipolar Disorders Chris Ahlman
- Chapter 7. Depressive Disorders Jacqueline Corcoran
- Chapter 8. Anxiety Disorders Nikolaus Schuetz and Amy N. Mendenhall
- Chapter 9. Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder James C. Raines
- Chapter 10. Trauma and Stress Disorders Marleen Wong, Pamela Vona, and Stephen Hydon
- Chapter 11. Eating Disorders Elizabeth C. Pomeroy and Alice Tate Smith
- Chapter 12. Elimination Disorders James C. Raines
- Chapter 13. Disruptive Disorders Shantel D. Crosby, Andy J. Frey, Gary Zornes, and Kristian Jones
- Chapter 14. Self-Harm Disorders James C. Raines and Stephanie Ochocki.
- (source: Nielsen Book Data)
Though schools have become the default mental health providers for children and adolescents, they are poorly equipped to meet the mental health needs of their students. Evidence-Based Practice in School Mental Health differs from other books that address child and adolescent psychopathology by focusing on how to help students with mental disorders in pre-K-12th-grade schools. Chapters address the prevalence of a disorder in school-age populations, appropriate diagnostic criteria, differential diagnosis, comorbid disorders, available rapid assessment instruments, school-based interventions using multi-tiered systems of support, and easy-to-follow suggestions for progress monitoring. Additionally, the text shares detailed suggestions for how school-based clinicians can collaborate with teachers, parents, and community providers to address the needs of youth with mental health problems. Each chapter finishes with extensive web resources and real-life case examples drawn from the author's clinical practice. This book serves as a helpful resource for school-based mental health providers (e.g., school social workers, school psychologists, and school counselors), communities-in-schools coordinators, and MSW students focusing on child and adolescent mental health.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)
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- 9780190886578 paperback ; alkaline paper
- 0190886579 paperback ; alkaline paper
- 9780190886585 electronic book
- 0190886587 electronic book
- 9780190886592 electronic book
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