Commentary 1; Hill Walker.- Commentary 2; Lucille Eber.- Commentary 3; Kathy Short.- Commentary 4; Abraham Wandersman and Deborah Hamm.- Chapter 1. Introduction: Further Advancing the Field of School Mental Health; Mark D. Weist, Nancy A. Lever, Catherine P. Bradshaw, Julie Sarno Owens.- Section I. Foundations: Funding, Training, and Interdisciplinary Collaboration.- Chapter 2. Funding Expanded School Mental Health Programs; Nicole Cammack, Nicole Evangelista Brandt, Eric Slade, Nancy Lever, Sharon Stephan.- Chapter 3. Preparing School Mental Health Professionals: Competencies in Interdisciplinary and Cross-Systems Collaboration; Kurt D. Michael, Seth Bernstein, Julie Sarno Owens, Abby Albright, Dawn Anderson-Butcher.- Chapter 4. Pre-service Training for School Mental Health Clinicians; Nancy Lever, Michael Lindsey, Lindsey Grimm, Mark D. Weist.- Chapter 5. Effective School Teams: Benefits, Barriers, and Best Practices; Robert S. Markle, Joni W. Splett, Melissa A. Maras, Karen J. Weston.- Chapter 6. Advancing School Mental Health in Montana: Partnership, Research, and Policy; Erin Butts, Sara Casey, Carol Ewen.- Chapter 7. Building Bridges: The Role of Expanded School Mental Health in Supporting Students with Emotional and Behavioral Difficulties in the Least Restrictive Environment; Carrie Mills, Dana Cunningham.- Section II. Prevention and Mental Health Promotion.- Chapter 8. The Integration of Positive Behavioral Interventions and Supports and Social and Emotional Learning; Catherine P. Bradshaw, Jessika H. Bottiani, David Osher, George Sugai.- Chapter 9. Promoting Mental Health in Early Childhood Programs: Serving Low-income Ethnic Minority Families; Debra Gross, Susan Breitenstein, Shelly Eisbach, Emily Hoppe, Joyce Harrison.- Chapter 10. Promoting Social Competence and Behavioral Health in At-risk Youth: Implementation and Efficacy of Primary and Secondary Prevention Programs in Schools; Brian Daly, Elizabeth Nicholls, Richa Aggarwal, Mark Sander.- Chapter 11. Effects of Trauma on Students: Early Intervention through Cognitive Behavioral Intervention for Trauma in Schools; Erum Nadeem, Lisa H. Jaycox, Audra K. Langley, Marleen Wong, Sheryl H. Kataoka, Bradley D. Stein.- Chapter 12. The Connection Between Out-of-School Time Programs and School Mental Health; Aidyn L. Iachini, Dawn Anderson-Butcher.- Chapter 13. Better Understanding and Intervening to Prevent Relational Aggression; Stephen S. Leff, Tracy Evian Waasdorp, Christine Waanders, Brooke S. Paskewich.- Section III. Youth and Family Engagement and Empowerment.- Chapter 14. Partnering with Youth in School Mental Health: Recommendations from Students; Kendra P. DeLoach, Melissa W. George, Emily Mancil, Leslie K. Taylor, Carl Paternite, Mark D. Weist.- Chapter 15. Strengthening the Components and Processes of Family Involvement in School Mental Health; Heather L. McDaniel, Bryn E. Schiele, Leslie K. Taylor, Jill Haak, Mark D. Weist.- Chapter 16. Advancing Effective Family-School-Community Partnerships; Nicole Evangelista Brandt, Cynthia Glimpse, Claudette Fette, Nancy Lever, Nicole Cammack, Jennifer Cox.- Chapter 17. Increasing Parental Engagement in School-based Interventions using Team Engagement and Motivation Methods; Keith C. Herman, Wendy M. Reinke, Catherine P. Bradshaw, John E. Lochman, Lindsay Borden, Dana Darney.- Chapter 18. Lessons Learned from Scaling-up the Ecological Approach to Family Interventions and Treatment Program in Middle Schools; Gregory M. Fosco, John R. Seeley, Tom J. Dishion, Keith Smolkowski, Elizabeth A. Stormshak, Rosemarie Downey-McCarthy, Corrina A Falkenstein, Kevin J. Moore, Lisa A Strycker.- Section IV. Coaching and Consultation.- Chapter 19. Coaching Classroom-based Preventative Interventions; Elise T. Pas, Catherine P. Bradshaw, Anne Cash.- Chapter 20. Supporting Teachers through Consultation and Training in Mental Health; Jennifer E. Gibson, Sharon Stephan, Nicole Evangelista Brandt, Nancy Lever.- Chapter 21. Models of Psychiatric Consultation to Schools; Lois T. Flaherty.- Section V. Screening and Early Identification.- Chapter 22. School-based Screening for Mental Health in Early Childhood; Melissa R. Dvorsky, Erin Girio-Herrera, Julie Sarno Owens.- Chapter 23. Culturally Competent Behavioral and Emotional Screening; Erin Dowdy, Randy W. Kamphaus, Jennifer M. Twyford, Bridget V. Dever.- Chapter 24. Early Identification of Psychosis in Schools; Emily Kline, Danielle Denenny, Jason Schiffman, Gloria Reeves.- Section VI. Intervention for Specific Problems; Chapter 25. Bullying: A School Mental Health Perspective; Susan M. Swearer, Cixin Wang, Adam Collins, Jenna Strawhun, Scott Fluke.- Chapter 26. School-Based Treatment for Anxiety in Children and Adolescents: New Developments in Transportability and Dissemination; Jeremy K. Fox, Kathleen Herzig-Anderson, Daniela Colognori, Catherine E. Stewart, Carrie Masia Warner, Nathan S. Kline.- Chapter 27. School-based Interventions for Depression; Puja G. Patel, Kevin D. Stark, Kristina L. Metz, Kelly N. Banneyer.- Chapter 28. Organizational Interventions for Children and Adolescents with Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder; Jennifer L. Storer, Steven W. Evans, Joshua M. Langberg.- Chapter 29. Response to Intervention for youth with Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder: Incorporating an Evidence-Based Intervention within a Multi-tiered Framework; Rebecca K. Vujnovic, Alex S. Holdaway, Julie Sarno Owens, Gregory A. Fabiano.- Chapter 30. Toward a Comprehensive, Life Course Model of Care for Youth with Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder; Steven W. Evans, Julie Sarno Owens, Jennifer A. Mautone, George J. DuPaul, Thomas J. Power.- Chapter 31. Classroom Interventions for Youth with Pervasive Developmental Disorders/Autism Spectrum Disorders; James E. Connell, Melanie Pellechia, Christina M. Vorndran.- Chapter 32. Supporting the Mental Health Needs of Military-Connected Students; Catherine P. Bradshaw, Kathrine E. Figel, Haley Deutsch.
Provides an updated, expanded, and in-depth examination of the latest developments in school mental health research, training, practice, and policy
Explores the public health issues of school mental health as well as the developmental trajectories affecting the behavioral and academic performances of students
Addresses the diverse and unique needs of schools and how to effectively train all mental health and school professionals
Focuses on enhancing collaborative approaches among the various individual, group, system, and agency stakeholders
Explores how to facilitate evidence-based practices in the school setting