The School Services Sourcebook, Second Edition: A Guide for School-Based Professionals / Edition 2

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Overview

The School Services Sourcebook covers every aspect of school service delivery, arming practitioners with the nuts and bolts of evidence-based practice. The second edition has been significantly revised with a new structure including 73 chapters divided into five Parts across thirteen Sections, with an additional six chapters included in an online section found on the book's companion website. Fifteen new chapters cover key topics such as implementing an RTI framework, positive behavioral supports, school climate, functional behavioral assessment, the integration of ethics, Autism and suicide, school engagement, military families, Latino immigrant families, classroom management, transition planning and several chapters that speak to assessment and accountability. Each chapter serves as a detailed intervention map, quickly summarizing the problem area before presenting step-by-step instructions on how to implement an evidence-based program with clear goals in mind and methods to measure the outcome.

The concise, user-friendly format from the first edition has been retained, orienting readers to each issue with a Getting Started section, then moves smoothly into What We Know, What We Can Do, Tools and Practice Examples, and Key Points to Remember. A new section, Applying Interventions within Response-to-Intervention Framework, has been added to each chapter to facilitate the implementation of an RTI model. Quick-reference tables and charts highlight the most important information needed for daily reference, and annotated lists of further reading and Web resources guide readers in gathering additional information to tailor their practice to suit their students' needs. Each chapter has been specifically crafted by leaders in their fields with the ultimate goal of giving school-based practitioners the tools they need to deliver the best mental health and social services possible to students, families, and communities.

This sourcebook is an invaluable reference for all school-based social workers, psychologists, counselors, mental health professionals, educators, and administrators.

Visit the companion website for more information and to access additional book content: [URL]

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Editorial Reviews

From the Publisher
"The second edition of this sourcebook aims to provide 'best practices to social workers, counselors and mental health professionals who work in schools or whose practices involve interventions in school systems.' This comprehensive work offers expanded and updated coverage beyond the 2006 first edition... Most impressive is the way in which articles link research to practice... Summing up: Highly recommended." — CHOICE
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780199861750
  • Publisher: Oxford University Press
  • Publication date: 12/26/2012
  • Edition description: New Edition
  • Edition number: 2
  • Pages: 1008
  • Sales rank: 332,249
  • Product dimensions: 7.10 (w) x 10.00 (h) x 2.10 (d)

Meet the Author

Cynthia Franklin, PhD, is Stiernberg/Spencer Family Professor in Mental Health and Coordinator of Clinical Social Work Concentration at the University of Texas at Austin.

Mary Beth Harris, PhD, is Clinical Associate Professor of Social Work at the University of Southern California.

Paula Allen-Meares, PhD, is Chancellor of the University of Illinois at Chicago and Professor and Dean Emeritus, University of Michigan School of Social Work.

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Table of Contents

PART I: Resources for Improving Student Support Services

SECTION I: Methods and Frameworks for Improving School Services

1 Implementing Evidence-based practices within a Response to Intervention Framework
Michael S. Kelly

2 Effective Methods for Improving School Climate
Beth Gerlach
Laura Hopson

3 Functional Behavioral Assessment in a Three-Tiered Prevention Model
Kevin J. Filter
Michelle E. Alvarez
Kimberly A. Zammitt

4 Integrating Ethics into Positive Behavior Supports
James Raines
Nic Dibble

PART II: Resources for Helping Students with Diagnosed Mental Health, Developmental, and Physical Disorders

SECTION II: Effective Interventions for Students with Mental Health Diagnoses

5 Psychopharmacological Treatment for Child and Adolescent Mental Disorders
Kia J. Bentley
Kathryn S. Collins

6 Effective Interventions for Students with Conduct Disorder
David W. Springer
Courtney Lynch
Katherine L. Montgomery

7 Effective Interventions for Youth with Oppositional Defiant Disorder
Tammy Linseisen

8 Effective Interventions for Students with Separation Anxiety Disorder
Hayley Sacks
Jonathan S. Comer
Donna B. Pincus
Marilyn Camacho
Lisa Hunter-Romanelli

9 Effective Interventions for Students with Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder
Jonathan S. Comer
Meghan Tomb
Lisa Hunter-Romanelli

10 Effective Interventions for Adolescents with Depression
Jacqueline Corcoran
Jane Hanvey -Phillips

11 Collaborative Strengths-Based Brief Therapy with Self-Harming Students
Matthew Selekman

12 Positive Behavior Supports for Children with Major Mental Illness: Working with Teachers and Parents
Chris Ahlman

13 Effective Interventions for Students with Eating Disorders
Theresa Early
Hilary Drew

SECTION III: Effective Interventions for Students with Neurodevelopmental, Learning, and Physical Disorders

14 Effective Interventions for Students with ADHD
Martell Teasley

15 Effective Interventions for Students with Autism and Asperger's Syndrome
Michelle S. Ballan
Lauren Z. Powledge
Karen F. Hoban

16 Working with Students with Intellectual Disabilities who Exhibit Severe Challenging Behavior
Mark O'Reilly
Vanessa A. Green
Jeff Sigafoos
Giulio Lancioni
Helen Malone
Chaturi Edrisinha
Christina Fragale
Russell Lang
Farah El Zein

17 Improving the Self-Esteem and Social Skills of Students with Learning Disabilities
James Raines

18 Effective Classroom Interventions for Students with Physical Disabilities
Anna G. Escamilla

19 Suicide and Suicidal Ideation among Individuals Diagnosed with an Autism Spectrum Disorder
Oren Shtayermman

PART III: Resources for Students with Substance Abuse, Health, and Interpersonal and Social Problems

SECTION IV: Effective Ways to Help Students with Substance abuse, STD's and Obesity

20 Substance Abuse at Elementary Age: Effective Interventions
Lori K. Holleran-Steiker
Soyon Jung
Kristy Gillispie

21 Screening Substance Use/Abuse of Middle and High School Students
Lori K. Holleran-Steiker
Soyon Jung
Kristy Gillispie

22 Best Practices for Prevention of STDs and HIV in Schools
Laura M. Hopson

23 Effective Management of Obesity for School Children
Reshma B. Naidoo

SECTION V: Effective Approaches for Students experiencing Abuse, Foster Care and Juvenile Justice Issues

24 Identifying Child Abuse or Neglect Strategies in a School Setting
Ernst O. VanBergeijk

25 Helping Students Who Have Been Physically or Sexually Abused: Strategies and Interventions
Kathleen Coulborn Faller

26 Helping Children in Foster Care and Other Residential Placements Succeed in School
Dorian E. Traube
Mary M. McKernan McKay

27 Connecting School-Based Practices and Juvenile Justice
Katherine L. Montgomery
Karen Knox
Albert R. Roberts

SECTION VI: Improving School Engagement, Attendance, and Dropout Prevention

28 Effective Approaches to School Engagement
Jade Wexler
Nicole Pyle

29 Increasing School Attendance: Effective Strategies and Interventions
Johnny S. Kim
Calvin L. Streeter

30 Guides for Designing and Establishing Alternative School Programs for Dropout Prevention
Cynthia Franklin
Laura Hopson
David R. Dupper

31 Solution-Focused, Brief Therapy Interventions for Students at Risk to Drop Out
Cynthia Franklin
Johnny S. Kim
Stephen J. Tripodi

32 Primary Prevention of Pregnancy: Effective School-Based Programs
Mary Beth Harris

33 Best School-Based Practices with Adolescent Parents
Mary Beth Harris

SECTION VII: Effective Approaches for Violence, Bullying and Conflict Resolution, Sexual Assault, and Gangs

34 Evidence-Based Violence Prevention Programs and Best Implementation Practices
Roxana Marachi
Ron Avi Astor
Rami Benbenishty

35 Bullying: Best Practices for Prevention and Intervention in Schools
Esther Howe
Jessica Wright Marini
Elayne Haymes
Tanya Tenor

36 Effective Peer Conflict Resolution
Debra J. Woody

37 Improving Classroom Conflict management through Positive Behavior Supports
Aaron Thompson

38 Acquaintance Sexual Assault and Sexual Harassment Treatment and Prevention Among Teens
Erin A. Casey
Paula S. Nurius

39 Effective Interventions with Dating Violence and Domestic Violence
Beverly M. Black
Arlene N. Weisz

40 Effective Intervention with Gangs and Gang Members
Timotea M. Elizalde
Gilbert A. Ramirez

PART IV: Crisis Intervention, Group work, and Parental and Family Resources

SECTION VIII: Effective Crisis Intervention Methods

41 School-Based, Adolescent Suicidality: Lethality Assessments and Crisis Intervention Protocols
Albert R. Roberts
Karen S. Knox
Miki Tesh

42 Developing School Wide and District Wide Crisis Prevention/Intervention Protocols for Natural Disasters
Karen S. Knox
Tara Powell
Albert R. Roberts

43 Immediate School-Based Intervention Following Violent Crises
Shane R. Jimerson
Stephen E. Brock
Jacqueline A. Brown

44 Best Practice Grief Work with Students in the Schools
Linda Goldman

SECTION IX: Improving Group Work and Training Resources

45 Designing and Facilitating Support Groups and Therapy Groups with Adolescents: Importance of the Topic for Schools
Charles Garvin

46 Designing and Facilitating Groups with Children
Craig W. LeCroy

47 Design and Utility of Life Skills Groups in Schools
Pam Franzwa
Louisa Triandis
Gena Truitt

48 Conducting In-Service Training and Continuing Education for Staff and Teachers
Brenda Coble Lindsey
Margaret White
Wynne S. Korr

SECTION X: Enhancing Parental Involvement and Family Resources

49 Effective Strategies for Involving Parents in Schools
Hilary Bunting
Hilary Drew
Amber Lasseigne
Dawn Anderson-Butcher

50 What Parents and Teachers Should Know: Effective Treatments for Youth with ADHD
Steven W. Evans
Julie S. Owens
Carey E. Reinicke
Ruth C. Brown
Allen B. Grove

51 Effective Intervening with Students from Single-Parent Families and Their Parents
Mo Yee Lee
Cathy Grover Ely

52 Working with Families from Religious Fundamentalist Backgrounds
Jennifer D. Yates
Allen H. Cole, Jr.

53 Intervening with Students and Families who frequently Relocate or are Homeless
Sanna J. Thompson
Tiffany N. Ryan
Jihye Kim

54 Children and Youth Impacted by Military Service: A School-Based Resilience Building and Behavioral Health Perspective
Eugenia L. Weiss
Jose E. Coll

55 Effectively Working with Latino Immigrant Families in the Schools
Eden Hernandez Robles
Alan J. Dettlaff
Rowena Fong

56 Home Visiting: Essential Guidelines for Home Visits and Engaging with Families
Barbara H. Wasik
Sheena Berry
Adrienne Villagomez
Priya Mudholker
Gary L. Shaffer

PART V: Improving Multicultural and Community Relationships, School Accountability, and Resource Development

SECTION XI: Resources for Multicultural Groups and Diverse Relationships in the School

57 Working with Culturally/Racially Diverse Students to Improve Connection to School and Academic Performance
Daphna Oyserman

58 Mental Health Interventions with Latino Students in Multicultural School Environments: A Framework for Assessing Biases and Developing Cultural Competence
Katina M. Lambros
Concepcion Barrio

59 Engaging with Culturally and Racially Diverse Families
Jenell S. Clarke
Isok Kim
Michael S. Spencer

60 Working with First Nations Students and Families
Dorie J. Gilbert
Gail H. Sims

61 Multiple Hispanic Cultures: Considerations for Working with Students and Families
Jorge Delva
Laurie M. Carpenter
Cristina B. Bares

62 Working Collaboratively with African American Students, Their Families, Cultural Networks, and School Environments
Edith M. Freeman

63 Working with Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Queer, and Questioning Students
Diane Elze

SECTION XII: Resources for Linking the School and Community

64 Mapping a School's Resources to Improve Their Use in Preventing and Ameliorating Problems
Howard S. Adelman
Linda Taylor

65 Writing a Contract with a Community Agency for a School-Based Service
Michelle Alvarez
Lynn Bye

66 Best Practices for Designing and Developing School-Based Health Centers
Julia Graham Lear

67 Transition Planning for Students with Autism and Other Intellectual Disabilities
Paul K. Cavanagh
Ernst O. VanBergeijk

SECTION XIII: Accountability and Resource Development

68 Using data to communicate with school stakeholders
Natasha K. Bowen

69 Constructing Data Management Systems for Tracking Accountability
Melissa Jonson-Reid

70 Using the School Success Profile to Assess Outcomes
Gary Bowen
Danielle C. Swick

71 How to Write a Successful Grant and Obtain Business and Foundation Support
Allan R. Chavkin
Nancy F. Chaykin

72 Understanding the Current Environment of Public School Funding: How Student Support Services are Funded
Jeffrey M. Poirier
David Osher

73 Where do we go from here? Mental Health Workers and the Implementation of an Evidence-Based Practice
Paula Allen-Meares

ONLINE SECTION
74 Strategies for Marketing Successful School Mental Health Services
Christine Anlauf Sabatino

75 Confidentiality and Electronic Records
Jane Allgood
Marian Mattison
Mary Ann Overcamp-Martini
Mo Cuevas

76 Best Practices for Practitioner Self-Care
Srinika Jayaratne

77 Helping Schools Meet the Mandates of Federal Policies: No Child Left Behind and Other Cutting Edge Federal Policies
Sarah Anne Eckert
John W. Sipple
Lauren Banach

78 Individuals with Disabilities Education Act: Translating and Implementing
Christine Anlauf Sabatino
Lynn Milgram Mayer
Elizabeth Timberlake

79 Advancing a Positive School Climate for Students, Families and Staff
Michael Woolley

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