School-Based Prevention for Children at Risk: The Primary Mental Health Project / Edition 1

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The Primary Mental Health Project (PMHP) is an innovative, school-based program aimed at preventing school adjustment problems in young children. School-Based Prevention for Children at Risk traces the evolution of PMHP over its 40-year history and explains, in concrete, user-friendly language, how to establish, maintain, and evaluate such a program. The book consists of two parts. The first traces PMHP's development and explains the current operation of the program. The second describes a range of dissemination activities and four newer primary prevention programs designed to promote wellness before signs of maladjustment appear. These four programs focus on social problem solving, helping children deal with the negative effects of divorce, cooperative peer learning, and enhancement of resilience. A final chapter considers PMHP's accomplishments to date and what they suggest for future school mental health programming. This book appeals to a broad audience of psychologists, educators, and school mental health professionals and administrators.

How PMHP operates, setting up & conducting a PMHP, early evolution, evaluating the effectiveness of PMHP, etc.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781557983749
  • Publisher: American Psychological Association
  • Publication date: 1/28/1996
  • Edition description: New Edition
  • Edition number: 1
  • Pages: 356
  • Product dimensions: 6.98 (w) x 9.89 (h) x 0.90 (d)

Table of Contents

Foreword
Preface
Acknowledgments
Ch. 1 The Primary Mental Health Project: Roots and Wellsprings 1
I PMHP: The Core Program 15
Introduction to Part I 17
Ch. 2 How PMHP Operates: An X Ray 19
Ch. 3 PMHP's Early Evolution 37
Ch. 4 Setting Up and Conducting a PMHP 69
Ch. 5 PMHP Mini-Programs: Extending and Refining the Basic Offerings 109
Ch. 6 Evaluating the Effectiveness of PMHP 127
II Newer Directions 155
Introduction to Part II 157
Ch. 7 Disseminating the PMHP Program Model 163
Ch. 8 The Social Problem-Solving Program 191
Ch. 9 The Children of Divorce Intervention Program 211
Ch. 10 The Study Buddy Program 237
Ch. 11 The Rochester Child Resilience Project 255
III Conclusion 275
Ch. 12 Where From, Where To? 277
References 299
Appendixes 323
App. A Playroom Equipment, Materials, and Supplies 325
App. B Child-Associate Information 327
App. C PMHP Assessment Instruments 333
Author Index 343
Subject Index 349
About the Authors 355
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