- Dealing with Crisis and Disaster
Dealing with Suicide
- Dealing with Student Depression
- Dealing with School Refusal
Dealing with Crisis and Disaster:
When Kids Are Grieving:
Addressing Grief and Loss in School
School Crisis Prevention and Intervention
School Crisis Prevention And Intervention
The PREPaRE Model, 2nd Edition
Helping Students Cope with Media Coverage of Disasters
Psychological Effects of Disasters: Identifying the Problem and Helping Individuals Cope
Dr. Thomas Neylan, UCSF Professor of psychiatry, explores stress and psychiatric implications of trauma and disasters. Recorded on 03/05/2015.
Dealing with Suicide:
Suicide in Schools:
A Practitioner's Guide to Multi-level Prevention, Assessment, Intervention, and Postvention
The Harvard Medical School Guide to Suicide Assessment and Intervention
The Practical Art of Suicide Assessment:
A Guide for Mental Health Professionals and Substance Abuse Counselors
Dealing with Student Depression:
A Clinician's Guide to Think Good-Feel Good:
Using CBT with Children and Young People
Slide Show on CBT with Children:
Evidence based therapy for children and young people
Dr.Paul Stallard, Professor of Child & Family Mental Health, University of
Bath, Head of Psychological Therapies
Coping Cat Workbook, Second Edition
(Child Therapy Workbooks Series)
Free Worksheets for Doing CBT with Children
Dealing with School Refusal:
Understanding School Refusal:
A Handbook for Professionals in Education, Health and Social Care
Evidence-Based Practices for School Refusal and Truancy
Helping School Refusing Children and Their Parents:
A Guide for School-based Professionals
Webinar: How to Assess and Manage School Refusal Behavior (SRB) (Sage Day Schools)
The goal of this webinar was to provide professionals with an overview of school refusal behavior, profiles and intervention strategies. This webinar discussed the importance of:
* Assessing the form (how) and the function (why) of SRB.
* Various family structures found in SRB students.
* Approaches to intervention.
* Case studies in which all of these components were utilized to effect change.