qThis book related to fundamental recognitions that 1) children, adolescents, and families usually make no or very poor connections to specialty mental health (see Atkins et al. 1998; Catron, Harris, a Weiss, 1999), 2) schools are where children and youth are, and 3) many advantages accrue when education, mental health, and other youth-serving systems join together to better meet the mental health needs of students, in ways that reflect reducing and removing barriers to learning (Andis et al., 2002; Weist, 1997). National and global networks are increasingly recognizing the centrality of the SMH agenda as reflected in increasing funding, growing training opportunities, key policy initiatives, and an advancing research base that involves localities, states, regions and countries pursuing common themesq--Jacob, K. S., Sharan, P., Mirza, I., et al. (2007). Mental health systems in ... Manual for pre-school teachers. Bangalore: NIMHANS. Kapur, M., Koot ... / 9903463892NMHP%20 detail.pdf, retrieved on May 28, 2014. Ministry of Health and Familyanbsp;...
|Title||:||School Mental Health|
|Author||:||Stan Kutcher, Yifeng Wei, Mark D. Weist|
|Publisher||:||Cambridge University Press - 2015-05-05|