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Fostering the Emotional Well-Being of our Youth A School-Based Approach

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  • Edition: 1st
  • Format: Paperback
  • Copyright: 2021-01-01
  • Publisher: Oxford University Press

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Despite the marked increase in anxiety, depression, and suicidal behaviour among school-aged youth, millions of children with mental health needs never receive treatment. Too many are overlooked by "refer-test-place" approaches that only consider evidence of psychopathology without examining students' psychological well-being (or lack of well-being). Consequently, many vulnerable students slip through the cracks without receiving interventions.

Fostering the Emotional Well-Being of Our Youth provides an alternative--a dual-factor model of students' mental health that integrates wellness and pathology into a single multi-tier system of mental health support. Philip J. Lazarus, Shannon M. Suldo, and Beth Doll, with foremost scholars in the field, explain what this paradigm shift means for school mental health professionals: why the promotion of well-being is important; how practitioners' day-to-day practices will change; and what the outcomes will be. This volume provides the tools to advocate for and implement supports that foster students' complete mental health.

Author Biography

Philip J. Lazarus, Director of the School Psychology Program, Florida International University, is a licensed psychologist, licensed school psychologist, and past president of the National Association of School Psychologists.

Shannon Suldo, professor of School Psychology, University of South Florida, is a licensed psychologist and partners with schools to create evidence-based positive psychology interventions to increase youth well-being.

Beth Doll, professor of School Psychology, University of Nebraska-Lincoln, is a licensed psychologist and works in partnerships with schools to strengthen classroom supports for mental health.

Table of Contents

Introduction: Are our Youth All Right?
Philip J. Lazarus, Shannon M. Suldo, and Beth Doll

1. Conceptualizing Youth Mental Health through a Dual-Factor Model
Shannon M. Suldo and Beth Doll

2. Framing School Mental Health Services within a Dual-Factor Model of Mental Health
Beth Doll, Evan H. Dart, Prerna Arora, and Tai A. Collins

3. Building Culturally Responsive Schools: A Model Based on the ASCD's Whole Child Approach
Janine Jones and Antoinette Halsell Miranda

4. Implementing Positive Behavior Interventions and Supports: A Framework for Mental Health Promotion
Donald Kincaid and Natalie Romer

5. Adopting a Trauma-Informed Approach to Social-Emotional Learning
Maurice J. Elias, Erica R. Powlo, Ava Lorenzo, and Brian Eichert

6. Promoting School Safety, School Climate, and Student Mental Health: Interdependent Constructs Built Upon Comprehensive Multidisciplinary Planning
Amy-Jane Griffiths, Elena Diamond, Zachary Maupin, James Alsip, Michael J. Keller, Kathryn Moffa, and Michael Furlong

7. Preventing School Violence and Advancing School Safety
Dewey Cornell and Brittany Crowley

8. Cultivating Student Engagement and Connectedness
Amy L. Reschly and Christopher Pinzone

9. Creating Resilient Classrooms and Schools
Beth Doll and Hong Ni

10. Strengthening the Quality of Preschool, Childcare and Parenting
Soo-Young Hong, Holly Hatton Bowers, and Lisa Knoche

11. Building Family-School Partnerships to Support Positive Parenting and Promote Healthy Families
S. Andrew Garbacz and Linda M. Raffaele Mendez

12. Promoting Physical Activity, Nutrition, and Sleep
Ellyn M. Schmidt, Tessa N. Hamilton, and Jessica A. Hoffman

13. Teaching Emotional Self-Regulation to Children and Adolescents
Philip J. Lazarus and Annela Costa

14. Promoting Students' Positive Emotions, Character, and Purpose
Shannon M. Suldo, Jenni Menon Mariano, and Hannah Gilfix

15. Building a Foundation for Trauma-Informed Schools
Philip J. Lazarus, Stacy Overstreet, and Eric Rossen

16. Preventing Bullying in Schools
Amanda B. Nickerson and Timothy Parks

17. Supporting the Well-Being of Highly Mobile Students
Michael L. Sulkowski

18. Enfranchising Socially Marginalized Students
Amanda L. Sullivan, Andy V. Pham, Mollie Weeks, Thuy Nguyen, and Quennie Dong

19. Preventing School Failure and School Dropout
Robyn S. Hess and Cynthia E. Hazel

20. Providing Evidence-Based Supports to Students in the Aftermath of a Crisis
Philip J. Lazarus, Franci Crepeau-Hobson, Kathy Sievering, and Cathy Kennedy-Paine

21. Raising the Emotional Well-Being of Students with Anxiety and Depression
Diana Joyce-Beaulieu and Brian Zaboski

22. Implementing Statewide Practices that Promote Student Wellness and Resilience
Amity Noltemeyer, Cricket Meehan, Emily Jordan, and Michael Petrasek

23. Using Universal Screening to Monitor Students' Social, Emotional, and Behavioral Health
Katie Eklund, Stephen P. Kilgus, Lauren Meyer, and Alexandra Barber

24. Accessing Targeted and Intensive Mental Health Services
Tammy L. Hughes and Maggie B. Mazzotta

Gene Cash and Philip J. Lazarus

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