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From the Publisher"...This book is a good resource for school psychologists who are interested in providing direct mental health services in schools. It fills an important niche by providing school-based recommendations for the application of evidence-based mental health interventions." - Kevin J. Filter, NCSP in Communiqué Vol. 35, No.4.
“School psychologists and school counselors are increasingly called upon to provide therapeutic interventions for students who experience a wide range of academic, emotional, and behavioral difficulties. Resources to support their important work in these areas are urgently needed. This new edition of Cognitive-Behavioral Interventions in Educational Settings again gives practitioners a compendium of evidence-based strategies that are eminently useful in schools. It is also a valuable text for training the next generation of school mental health workers.” - Joseph F. Kovaleski, D.Ed., NCSP, Professor of Educational and School Psychology, Indiana University of Pennsylvania, USA
“… [This] is one of those rare books that is, at the same time, broad, scholarly, and clinically savvy. Comprehensive and timely, it provides clinicians and educational professionals with evidence-based tools for understanding and assisting children with a broad range of concerns. From depression, anxiety, and ADHD to bullying, learning disabilities and autism spectrum disorders, the authors address the most important concerns confronting teachers and school psychologists today. The book is a must-have for child clinicians and school professionals.” - Mark A. Reinecke, PhD, Professor of Psychiatry & Behavioral Sciences, Chief Psychologist, Northwestern University, Illinois, USA