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Mental health intervention in the primary grades

Ann M. Marmorale

Mental health intervention in the primary grades

by Ann M. Marmorale

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Published by Behavioral Publications in New York .
Written in English

  • Child mental health.,
  • Mental health -- Study and teaching (Elementary),
  • Mental health -- In infancy and childhood.,
  • School health.

  • Edition Notes

    Bibliography: p. 61-63.

    Statement[by] Ann M. Marmorale [and] Fred Brown.
    SeriesCommunity mental health journal. Monograph series,, no. 7
    ContributionsBrown, Fred, 1905- joint author.
    LC ClassificationsRJ111 .M28
    The Physical Object
    Pagination63 p.
    Number of Pages63
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL5419348M
    ISBN 100877051038
    LC Control Number73012299

      While some of the school-based mental health interventions target students at high risk of mental health problems, most are designed to focus on mental health promotion or primary . But, to date, whilst schools seem to be the obvious place for such interventions to take place; after all, ‘it’s where the children are’, there has been little thorough analysis of whether there is a good evidence-base to support the role of schools and school staff in promoting student mental health (Aron & Bostic, ). The current paper looked to address this through a meta-analysis.

    Most of the school-based mental health interventions were designed to focus on mental health promotion or primary prevention for all students in the school; some programs also target students at.   Mental health problems are prevalent and costly in working populations. Workplace interventions to address common mental health problems have evolved relatively independently along three main threads or disciplinary traditions: medicine, public health, and psychology. In this Debate piece, we argue that these three threads need to be integrated to optimise the prevention of mental health.

    The Mental Health Screening and Assessment Tools for Primary Care table provides a listing of mental health screening and assessment tools, summarizing their psychometric testing properties, cultural considerations, costs, and key references. It includes tools that are proprietary and those that are freely accessible. Products.   She is a licensed psychologist in Colorado and has extensive experience working with children and families in pediatric primary care and intensive medical and psychiatric inpatient settings. Her research and clinical interests are in the areas of universal prevention and early intervention of children's mental health concerns, issues in Reviews: 5.

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