Collaborative Home/School Interventions

Un libro in lingua di Peacock Gretchen Gimpel Collett Brent R. edito da Guilford Pubn, 2009

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Peacock (psychology, Utah State U.) and Collett (psychiatry and behavioral sciences, U. of Washington, Seattle) outline specific strategies that school-based mental health professionals can use in collaboration with parents when they are developing interventions to address emotional, behavioral, and academic problems. Such tools enable educators to move from mere lip service of parent involvement to truly engaging parents as full partners in the assessment and intervention process. Coverage includes an introductory discussion of working with parents, potential challenges, and ethical/legal issues to address; an overview of common emotional, behavioral, and academic problems in school-age children; prevention, the evidence-based model, and importance of delivering services in a school-based setting; assessment and using the problem-solving model to frame the discussion; intervention strategies used with parents to deal with externalizing, internalizing, and academic problems. Includes some 40 ready-to-use reproducibles. Annotation ©2010 Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (booknews.com)

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