Download PDF by Gretchen Gimpel Peacock PhD, Brent R. Collett PhD: Collaborative Home School Interventions: Evidence-Based

By Gretchen Gimpel Peacock PhD, Brent R. Collett PhD

ISBN-10: 1606233459

ISBN-13: 9781606233450

Mom and dad could be beneficial companions in opting for scholars’ behavioral and studying wishes and constructing potent ideas. This ebook presents functional instruments for participating with households to accomplish the easiest results for K–12 scholars. In a large-size layout with lay-flat binding for simple reference and photocopying, the booklet comprises greater than forty ready-to-use reproducibles. School-based psychological overall healthiness execs will methods to construct confident home/school relationships, actively contain mom and dad in review and intervention, and conquer limitations to collaboration. the newest study on what works in treating internalizing, externalizing, and educational problems is translated into uncomplicated strategies for perform.

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32 COLLABORATIVE HOME/SCHOOL INTERVENTIONS or other research setting. In addition, there are often strict inclusion and exclusion criteria regarding participation in RCTs, which historically have excluded individuals with more complex presentations of a disorder. In part, because of some of these issues, there has been debate as to whether efficacy studies and the resulting conclusions drawn are the best way to obtain and summarize data on what works in everyday practice, where clinicians are not working with a carefully chosen population following a specified treatment protocol.

Substance-­related disorders include difficulties relating to the use/abuse of substances such as alcohol, tobacco, and illegal drugs. Learning and mental disabilities include problems associated with academic functioning, encompassing mental retardation and learning disabilities. Severe and pervasive psychopathology includes disorders that are considered to be long-term problems that cause impairments in numerous aspects of the individual’s life, such as schizophrenia and autism. In this book we have chosen to discuss the treatment of problems by the broad categories of internalizing problems, externalizing problems, and academic/learning problems, because these categories will likely make up the vast majority of cases that are seen by school-based mental health professionals.

This is relevant here because generally students will not be the ones requesting a collaborative home/school intervention and their level of direct involvement will vary. , behavioral consultation for parents and teachers), this guideline suggests that students should be made aware of the intervention and anticipated results. For example, a school psychologist planning to implement a home/school intervention for school refusal might say, “As you probably know, we’re concerned that you’ve been too nervous to come to school.

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