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Facets of an Academic's Life : A Memoir. by Wertheimer, Michael.(SAGE)1681602;
Intro -- Preface -- Table of Contents -- List of Figures -- 1 Childhood in Germany -- 2 Childhood in the United States -- 3 Early Teen Years -- 4 College Years -- 5 Graduate School: Hopkins -- 6 Graduate School: Harvard -- 7 Wesleyan -- 8 Early Years in Colorado -- 9 Later Years in Colorado -- 10 Years in a Retirement Community -- 11 Epilogue: Who Am I? -- Appendix A: Die Schöpfung der Welt -- Appendix B: The Wertheimer Times -- Volume I, Issue 1 -- Volume I, Issue 2 -- Correspondence About the First Two Issues -- Volume I, Issue 3 -- Further Correspondence about The Wertheimer Times -- Volume II. Issue 2 -- Additional Documents -- Appendix C: Val's Autobiography -- Appendix D: Curriculum Vitae -- Personal History -- Education -- Professional History -- Memberships in Societies -- Publications: Books -- Publications: Articles, notes, etc. -- Papers presented at professional association conventions -- Book and videotape reviews -- Colloquia, invited addresses, etc. -- Appendix E: Scholarly Efforts -- Appendix F: APA and Other Organizations -- Appendix G: Artistic Fumblings -- Music -- Words -- Visual arts -- Appendix H: Travels -- Appendix I: Our Retirement Home.Description based on publisher supplied metadata and other sources.
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I'm Pregnant. Now What?. by Stanley, Cleo.; Simpson, Carolyn(DLC)1825838;
Cover -- Title -- Copyright -- Contents -- Introduction -- Chapter 1: Adoption: An Option for Not Keeping The baby -- The Guy's Viewpoint -- Chapter 2: Marriage -- Grounds for Getting Married -- Some Remarks About Marriage Ceremonies -- Handling Your Feelings -- The Guy's Viewpoint -- Chapter 3: Being a Single Parent: An Option to go it Alone -- Denying the Pregnancy -- Pregnancy -- Your Response to Being Pregnant -- The Guy's Viewpoint -- Chapter 4: Abortion: An Option for not Having the Baby -- Abortion Choices -- After Making Your Decision -- The Guy's Viewpoint -- Chapter 5: Finishing High School -- Programs for Continuing Your Education -- Chapter 6: Keeping Your Friends -- The Guy's Viewpoint -- Chapter 7: Coping With Family Members -- Your Relationship with Your Parents -- Your Relationship with Your Siblings -- Chapter 8: The Effects Of Pregnancy On Your Body and Emotions -- The Guy's Viewpoint -- Chapter 9: Getting prenatal care -- Health Care Visits -- The Guy's Viewpoint -- Chapter 10: Making Preparations for the Baby -- The Baby's Space -- Chapter 11: Childbirth -- Surgery: A Cesarean Section -- After Delivery -- The Guy's Viewpoint -- The Homecoming -- Chapter 12: Motherhood -- Giving Your Boyfriend Attention -- A Note About Your Parents -- Chapter 13: The Loss of Your Baby -- Chapter 14: Getting Counseling or Therapy -- Chapter 15: Some Losses Experienced During Motherhood -- Chapter 16: Contraception -- Birth Control Pills -- Pros and Cons -- Another Contraceptive: The Diaphragm -- Pros and Cons -- Birth Control Implant -- Pros and Cons -- The Injection or Shot -- Pros and Cons -- The Female Condom -- Pros and Cons -- The Male Condom -- Pros and Cons -- The Cervical Cap -- Pros and Cons -- The Patch -- Pros and Cons -- The Ring -- Pros and Cons -- IUD -- Pros and Cons -- Emergency Contraception -- Pros and Cons.The Risks of STDs and HIV/AIDS -- The Guy's Viewpoint -- About Dr. Jan -- Glossary -- For More Information -- Web Sites -- For further Reading -- Index -- About the Authors -- Photo Credits.Nearly 82 percent of teen pregnancies are unplanned. This insightful resource contains comprehensive information about the realities of teen pregnancy. The physical and emotional aspects, the birth experience, preparations for the baby's care, and issues to consider about adoption or abortion. It also covers birth control, and encouragement for those who experience miscarriage, stillbirth, and other feelings of loss are carefully examined. This accessible volume includes some meaningful questions asked by teens and answered by psychologist Dr. Jan Hittleman.Description based on publisher supplied metadata and other sources.Electronic reproduction. Ann Arbor, Michigan : ProQuest Ebook Central, 2018. Available via World Wide Web. Access may be limited to ProQuest Ebook Central affiliated libraries.
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The Ultimate Guide for Gay Dads : Everything You Need to Know About LGBTQ Parenting But Are (Mostly) Afraid to Ask. by Rosswood, Eric.;
Intro -- Copyright -- Contents -- Foreword by Writer, Director, and Producer,Greg Berlanti -- Introduction -- The Things About Parenthood No One Tells You About -- Coming Out as a Gay Parent -- Name-Calling -- What If You Don't Get to Choose? -- What about the Last Name? -- Teasing with Acronyms -- Spelling -- Rhyming -- Shh! It's a Secret. -- Taking Time Off Work -- Am I Legally Allowed to Take Time off from Work When I Have Children? -- Can I Be Fired or Demoted for Taking Time off under FMLA? -- What If I Am Not Out at Work? -- What Are Some of the Concerns Men Have for Taking Parental Leave? -- How Can I Make Taking Time off Work Easier? -- What Should I Do If I Feel Like I'm Being Discriminated Against? -- If I Become a Stay-At-Home-Dad, Will It Be Hard for Me to Re-enter the Work Force? -- Protecting Your Family -- Why Should the Names of Both Parents Be Listed on a Child's Birth Certificate? -- Can a State Refuse to Put Both of Our Names on Our Child's Birth Certificate? -- Does My Name on My Child's Birth Certificate Give Me Full Legal Parental Rights? -- What Else Can I Do to Legally Protect My Family? -- Let's Go Shopping! -- Must-Have Products for New Babies -- Things That Are Good to Have But Are Not Mandatory -- Things You Don't Need to Buy -- When the Baby is Born - Creating a Birth Plan -- Circumcision -- Feeding Your Baby - No Boobie, No Problem -- Donor Breast Milk vs. Formula -- Breast Milk Banks -- Formula -- How Much Should I Feed My Baby? -- When Can My Baby Have Juice? -- When Can My Baby Have Water? -- When Should We Introduce Solid Foods? -- What Foods Should Be Avoided? -- Should We Feed Our Baby Organic Food? -- There's More Than One Way to Burp a Baby -- What If My Baby Is Constipated? -- Diapers -- The Big Debate: Cloth vs. Disposable -- How to Tell If a Diaper Is the Right Size -- How to Change a Diaper.Swim Diapers -- The Poop No One Warns You About -- Changing Tables -- What to Do With an Explosive Poo -- Doctors -- Can a Doctor Legally Refuse to Care for You or Your Child Because of Your Sexual Orientation? -- Finding LGBT-Friendly Doctors -- Immunizations -- To Vaccinate or Not to Vaccinate, That Is the Question -- Don't Be the Odd One Out -- But If Everyone Else is Immunized, Doesn't That Mean My Child Can't Get the Disease? -- Can Vaccines Cause Autism? -- Are There Benefits to Delayed Vaccination? -- Vaccines in a Nutshell -- Traveling with Children -- Infants and Toddlers -- School-Aged Children -- Childproofing Round One - The Early Years -- Basic Childproofing Checklist -- The Kitchen -- The Bathroom -- Home Office -- Childproofing Your Home Can Be Fabulous! -- Getting Professional Help -- Early Bonding with Your Children -- Bonding with Infants and Toddlers -- Bonding with Older Children -- Parenting Groups -- Questions You Might Get Asked and How to Respond to Them -- Where Is His/Her Mother? -- Which One of You Is the Dad? -- Which One of You Is the Mom? -- What Is It like to Be a Gay Dad? -- Who Does All the Mommy Stuff? -- Why Did She Give Him/Her Up? I Could Never Give Up My Child. -- What If Your Child Turns Out to Be Gay? -- What If Your Child Is Straight? -- How Did You Get Him/Her/Them? -- Where Did You Get Him/Her/Them? -- How Much Did He/She/They Cost? -- How Did You Get Stuck with the Kids? Is It Mom's Day Out? Are You Babysitting? -- How Old Was He/She When You Got Him/Her? -- Aren't You Worried Your Child Will Be Bullied for Having Same-Sex Parents? -- What About Your Child's "Real" Parents? -- Do You Think You Might Be Depriving Your Child of a Female Role Model? -- How to Find LGBT-Friendly Schools -- What Is the Diversity Like in the School? -- What Does the School's Website Look Like? -- What Do the Forms Look Like?.Posters and Signage -- What Types of Books Are Used in the School? -- How Does the School Embrace or Honor Different Types of Families? -- What Is the School's Anti-Discrimination Policy? -- How Does the School Handle Bullying? -- What Does the School Do to Minimize Gender Segregation? -- Does the School Honor LGBT Awareness and/or LGBT-Inclusive Events? -- Does the School Have a Gay Straight Alliance (GSA) or LGBT Club? -- Does the School Provide Comprehensive Sex Education? -- What Are the Rules Pertaining to Student Relationships? -- Do the Teachers and/or Faculty Go Through Any Type of Training on LGBT Issues? -- What to Do on Mother's Day -- Childproofing Round Two - Older Children -- Television -- Wireless Phones and Tablets -- Questions and Conversations Gay Dads May Have with Their Children -- How Your Family Was Created -- Family Structures and Diversity -- Coming Out to Your Kids -- Bullying and Violence -- Discrimination, Anti-LGBT Laws, and Equality -- Sexuality, Orientation, and the Birds and the Bees -- Gay Dads Raising Girls -- When Will My Daughter Start Puberty? -- What Do I Do When My Daughter Is Ready for Her First Bra? -- How Do I Know Which Pads or Tampons to Get? -- Tracking Menstrual Cycles -- How Can I Make Sure My Children Have Strong Female Role Models? -- LGBT-Friendly Books for Your Kids -- Resources -- Family Organizations -- School Organizations -- Advocacy Organizations -- Support Organizations -- Legal Organizations -- Other Organizations -- Acknowledgments.Top LGBTQ parenting expert cover every aspect of fatherhood for gay men in this essential guide to growing your family in the post-DOMA era. Bestselling author Eric Rosswood is a major influencer on social media with over 100K followers on Twitter alone as well as thousands on other platforms. He is an in-demand authority and commentator on LGBTQ issues including civil rights as well as parenting and marriage and politics. The author has been featured in major media including the Toronto Star, Out Magazine, TimeOut New York, The Bay Area Reporter, Queerty, The Advocate, The Huffington Post, Boston Spirit and many regional LGBTQ press. An estimated two million American LBGTQ people would like to adopt with an estimated 65,000 adopted children are living with a gay parent. A LiveScience study undertaken by Massachusetts Clark University found that, "Gay parents tend to be more motivated, more committed on average because those chose to be parents because they chose to be parents." Abbie Goldberg, Psychologist CU. Gays With Kids blog is features advice, articles, tips and legal advice from the 50 of the top gay experts in parenting and relationships.Description based on publisher supplied metadata and other sources.
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Inside Today's Elementary Schools : A Psychologist's Perspective. by Dillon, James J.;
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Mental Health in Schools : Engaging Learners, Preventing Problems, and Improving Schools. by Adelman , Howard S.; Taylor, Linda.;
Intro -- Title Page -- Copyright -- Contents -- Preface -- Dedication -- Acknowledgments -- About the Authors -- Introduction -- Part I. The Field of Mental Health in Schools -- 1. Mental Health in Schools: Past and Present -- 2. About Moving Toward a Comprehensive Approach -- Part II. Three Major Issues Confronting the Field -- 3. Labeling, Screening, and Over-Pathologizing -- 4. Evidence-Based Practices in Schools: Concerns About Fit and Implementation -- 5. Social Control Versus Engagement in Learning: A Mental Health Perspective -- Part III. Moving Forward: School-Based Strategies for Addressing Behavior, Learning, and Emotional Problems -- 6. A Period of Transition and Possible Transformation -- 7. Strategies for Embedding Mental Health in School Improvement -- 8. Social and Emotional Learning and Promotion of Mental Health: Implications for Addressing Behavior Problems -- 9. Challenges and Opportunities for Promoting Mental Health in the Classroom -- 10. Mental Health Assistance for Students at School -- 11. Focusing on the Well-Being of School Staff -- Part IV. Policy and Systemic Change for Moving Forward -- 12. New Directions -- 13. Collaboration: Working Together to Move Forward and Enhance Impact -- 14. Show Us the Data: Using and Extending the Research Base -- 15. Addressing Systemic Change -- Call to Action: Moving Forward -- Appendix: Leadership at a School Site for an Enabling or Learning Supports Component -- References -- Index.For many children, schools are the main or only providers of mental health services. In this visionary and comprehensive book, two nationally known experts describe a new approach to school-based mental health-one that better serves students, maximizes resources, and promotes academic performance. The authors describe how educators can effectively coordinate internal and external resources to support a healthy school environment and help at-risk students overcome barriers to learning. School leaders, psychologists, counselors, and policy makers will find essential guidance, including: An overview of the history and current state of school mental health programs, discussing major issues confronting the field Strategies for effective school-based initiatives, including addressing behavior issues, introducing classroom-based activities, and coordinating with community resources A call to action for higher-quality mental health programming across public schools-including how collaboration, research, and advocacy can make a difference Gain the knowledge you need to develop or improve your school's mental health program to better serve both the academic and mental health needs of your students!.Description based on publisher supplied metadata and other sources.Electronic reproduction. Ann Arbor, Michigan : ProQuest Ebook Central, 2018. Available via World Wide Web. Access may be limited to ProQuest Ebook Central affiliated libraries.
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Transitioning Children with Disabilities : From Early Childhood through Adulthood. by Ellis, Antonio L.;
Intro -- ADVANCE PRAISE FOR TRANSITIONING CHILDREN WITH DISABILITIES -- TABLE OF CONTENTS -- FOREWORD -- ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS -- THE INTRODUCTION -- BOOK OVERVIEW -- OBJECTIVE -- CHAPTER ABSTRACTS -- NOTES -- REFERENCES -- 1. IT TAKES TWO: Principals and Special Education Educators Creating Transitional Spheres -- INTRODUCTION -- TRANSITION AND POST SCHOOL OUTCOMES -- PRINCIPAL'S ROLE -- INSTRUCTIONAL LEADERSHIP FRAMEWORK -- PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT -- SPECIAL EDUCATION EDUCATORS AND PRINCIPALS TOGETHER FOCUSED ON IMPROVING TRANSITION FRAMEWORK -- TRANSITIONAL SPHERES -- REFERENCES -- 2. TRANSITIONING TO A NEW REGIME OR MORE OF THE SAME?: Examining the Efficacy of the Tennessee Diploma Project to Increase Data Reporting on Special Education Graduation Rates in Charter Schools -- INTRODUCTION -- UNDERSTANDING THE HISTORY OF RACE, SPECIAL EDUCATION REFORM AND EDUCATIONAL EQUITY -- Special Education Reform and Race -- Disproportionality and Special Education Reform -- Charter Schools and Race -- Charter Schools and Students with Disabilities -- Conceptualizing Regime in Education Policy -- DATA AND METHODOLOGY -- FINDINGS -- NOT QUITE A REGIME CHANGE, BUT SUBSTANTIAL GROWTH -- REFERENCES -- 3. PERSONNEL PREPARATION IN TRANSITION EDUCATION: A High Need for Historically Black Colleges and Universities -- INTRODUCTION -- THE MANDATE AND NEED FOR TRANSITION EDUCATION -- The Individuals with Disabilities Education Act -- Transition Education for CLD Students -- PREPARATION FOR PERSONNEL SERVING CLD STUDENTS -- What Transition Educators Know and Do -- Culturally Responsive Transition Educators -- Postsecondary Transition Education at Predominantly White Institutions -- Transition Education at HBCUs -- HBCUs as Culturally-Responsive Institutional Links -- CONCLUSION AND FUTURE DIRECTIONS IN TRANSITION EDUCATION FOR HBCUS -- REFERENCES.4. BEYOND COMPLIANCE: Supporting the Transition of English Language Learners with Special Needs -- INTRODUCTION -- IDENTIFICATION -- FEDERAL LEGISLATION -- Second Language Legislation -- Special Education Law -- Culturally and Linguistically Diverse Exceptional Learners and the Law -- SECOND LANGUAGE ACQUSITION -- EFFECTIVE TRANSITIONAL PLANNING -- REFLECTIONS AND FUTURE DIRECTIONS -- REFERENCES -- 5. THE STATE OF FEDERAL AND STATE ACCOUNTABILITY SYSTEMS THAT SUPPORT P-12 AND POSTSECONDARY TRANSITION SERVICES FOR ENGLISH LEARNERS WITH DISABILITIES: Do They Exist and What Is the Need? -- INTRODUCTION -- FEDERAL AND STATE POLICIES -- Existing Policies Guiding Program Development and Transition Services -- Connecting Transition Services to the Needs of English Language Learners with Disabilities -- Using Data to Support Effective Transitioning of ELLs with Disabilities in a Career or College Program -- Supporting Language Proficiency and Disability Needs -- Recommendations -- REFERENCES -- 6. THE ROLE OF TECHNOLOGY ON PREPARING STUDENTS WITH LANGUAGE-BASED LEARNING DIFFERENCES FOR TRANSITION TO PUBLIC HIGH SCHOOLS -- INTRODUCTION -- REVIEW OF LITERATURE -- HISTORY OF TECHNOLOGY FOR STUDENTS WITH DISABILITIES -- TECHNOLOGY COORDINATORS INFLUENCE ON TECHNOLOGY USE -- TECHNOLOGY AND SOCIAL CAPITAL -- TRANSITIONING TO HIGH SCHOOL -- RESEARCH DESIGN -- PARTICIPANTS -- METHODOLOGY -- FINDINGS -- ALPHA SCHOOL -- USEFUL TECHNOLOGIES FOR TEACHERS -- USEFUL TECHNOLOGIES FOR STUDENTS -- TROUBLESHOOT TECHNOLOGIES INDEPENDENTLY -- GRADE INFLATION -- BETA SCHOOL -- TECHNOLOGIES PREPARE STUDENTS FOR COLLEGE AND CAREER -- LOW AMOUNT OF IEPS -- DELTA SCHOOL -- TRANSITION STUDENTS PREPARE FOR HIGH ENTRANCE EXAMS -- HIGH DEGREE OF KNOWLEDGE USING INSTRUCTIONAL TECHNOLOGIES -- GAMMA SCHOOL -- LEARNING MANAGEMENT SYSTEM CONSISTENCY.TECHNOLOGIES HELPS STUDENTS WITH LEARNING DISABILITIES ORGANIZE THEMSELVES -- ALL SCHOOLS -- DISCUSSION -- LIMITATIONS -- FUTURE RESEARCH -- CONCLUSION -- REFERENCES -- 7. THE ROLE OF LITERACY ON THE POSTSECONDARY OPPORTUNITIES OF STUDENTS WITH HIGH INCIDENCE DISABILITIES -- INDIVIDUALS WITH HIGH-INCIDENCE DISABILITIES -- Disproportionality -- CURRENT LITERACY LEVELS FOR SECONDARY STUDENTS -- Literacy Development -- TRANSITION AND EDUCATION LAWS -- IMPORTANCE OF ADULT LITERACY FOR POSTSECONDARY EDUCATION -- Postsecondary Challenges -- Postsecondary Opportunities -- Self-advocacy -- Literacy -- Reading -- Written expression -- RECOMMENDATIONS FOR TRANSITION -- CONCLUSION -- REFERENCES -- 8. TRANSITIONING TO KINDERGARTEN: Improving Outcomes for Preschool Children with Behavioral Challenges -- INTRODUCTION -- KINDERGARTEN TRANSITION: CULTURAL CONSIDERATIONS -- PROVIDE OPPORTUNITIES FOR COLLABORATION -- Collaboration among Educators -- Collaboration with Parents -- FOCUS ON SOCIAL EMOTIONAL LEARNING -- SUMMARY AND CONSIDERATIONS -- IMPLICATIONS -- REFERENCES -- 9. RETHINKING THE PARADIGM: Comprehensive Transition from Birth to Adulthood -- EVIDENCE BASED PRACTICES ACROSS THE LIFESPAN -- Student-focused Planning -- Interagency Collaboration -- Family Engagement -- Program Structure -- CONCLUSION -- REFERENCES -- 10. INCREASING CULTURAL RESPONSIVENESS: Improving Transition Outcomes for Culturally and Linguistically Diverse Students -- INTRODUCTION -- STUDENT-FOCUSED PLANNING AND STUDENT DEVELOPMENT -- Foster Self-Determination -- Develop Social Skills and Self-Advocacy Skills -- Improve Opportunities for Postsecondary Education, Vocational Training, and Employment -- INCREASE FAMILY INVOLVEMENT -- Engage CLD Parents in the Transition Process -- IMPROVE PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT -- Culturally Responsive Practices.Knowledge of IEP Process and Transition Planning -- IMPROVE SYSTEMS COLLABORATION -- FUTURE CONSIDERATIONS AND IMPLICATIONS -- CONCLUSION -- REFERENCES -- 11. USING THE TAXONOMY FOR TRANSITION PROGRAMMING 2.0 TO GUIDE TRANSITION EDUCATION -- HISTORY -- METHODS -- Taxonomy for Transition Programming 2.0 -- TAXONOMY FOR TRANSITION PROGRAMMING 2.0 -- DESCRIPTION OF TAXONOMY 2.0 PRACTICES -- Student-focused Planning -- Student Development -- Interagency Collaboration -- Family Engagement -- Program Structures -- CONCLUSION -- REFERENCES -- 12. TRANSITIONING FROM HIGH SCHOOL TO COLLEGE: A Dance for Students with Learning Disabilities -- INTRODUCTION -- PURPOSE STATEMENT -- PROBLEM STATEMENT -- RESEARCH QUESTIONS -- LITERATURE REVIEW -- METHODOLOGY -- FINDINGS -- CONCLUSIONS/RECOMMENDATIONS -- IMPLICATIONS FOR EDUCATION -- REFERENCES -- APPENDIX -- 13. REACHING HIGHER: College and Career Readiness for African American Males with Learning Disabilities -- SPECIAL EDUCATION SERVICES -- AFRICAN AMERICAN MALES IN SPECIAL EDUCATION AND/OR GIFTED EDUCATION -- THE ROLES OF SCHOOL PSYCHOLOGISTS AND SCHOOL COUNSELORS IN SPECIAL EDUCATION -- School Psychologists -- School Counselors -- COLLABORATION ON COLLEGE AND CAREER READINESS -- IMPLICATIONS FOR POLICY AND PRACTICE -- Policy Implications -- CONCLUSION -- NOTE -- REFERENCES -- 14. ONE IN THE SAME -- COMMON GROUND -- EVOLUTION -- ABOUT THE CONTRIBUTORS -- EDITOR -- CONTRIBUTORS.Description based on publisher supplied metadata and other sources.Electronic reproduction. Ann Arbor, Michigan : ProQuest Ebook Central, 2018. Available via World Wide Web. Access may be limited to ProQuest Ebook Central affiliated libraries.
Subjects: Electronic books.; Children with disabilities-Education.; Youth with disabilities-Education.;
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Mental Health in Schools : Engaging Learners, Preventing Problems, and Improving Schools. by Adelman, Howard S.; Taylor, Linda.;
Intro -- Title Page -- Copyright -- Contents -- Preface -- Dedication -- Acknowledgments -- About the Authors -- Introduction -- Part I. The Field of Mental Health in Schools -- 1. Mental Health in Schools: Past and Present -- 2. About Moving Toward a Comprehensive Approach -- Part II. Three Major Issues Confronting the Field -- 3. Labeling, Screening, and Over-Pathologizing -- 4. Evidence-Based Practices in Schools: Concerns About Fit and Implementation -- 5. Social Control Versus Engagement in Learning: A Mental Health Perspective -- Part III. Moving Forward: School-Based Strategies for Addressing Behavior, Learning, and Emotional Problems -- 6. A Period of Transition and Possible Transformation -- 7. Strategies for Embedding Mental Health in School Improvement -- 8. Social and Emotional Learning and Promotion of Mental Health: Implications for Addressing Behavior Problems -- 9. Challenges and Opportunities for Promoting Mental Health in the Classroom -- 10. Mental Health Assistance for Students at School -- 11. Focusing on the Well-Being of School Staff -- Part IV. Policy and Systemic Change for Moving Forward -- 12. New Directions -- 13. Collaboration: Working Together to Move Forward and Enhance Impact -- 14. Show Us the Data: Using and Extending the Research Base -- 15. Addressing Systemic Change -- Call to Action: Moving Forward -- Appendix: Leadership at a School Site for an Enabling or Learning Supports Component -- References -- Index.For many children, schools are the main or only providers of mental health services. In this visionary and comprehensive book, two nationally known experts describe a new approach to school-based mental health-one that better serves students, maximizes resources, and promotes academic performance. The authors describe how educators can effectively coordinate internal and external resources to support a healthy school environment and help at-risk students overcome barriers to learning. School leaders, psychologists, counselors, and policy makers will find essential guidance, including: An overview of the history and current state of school mental health programs, discussing major issues confronting the field Strategies for effective school-based initiatives, including addressing behavior issues, introducing classroom-based activities, and coordinating with community resources A call to action for higher-quality mental health programming across public schools-including how collaboration, research, and advocacy can make a difference Gain the knowledge you need to develop or improve your school's mental health program to better serve both the academic and mental health needs of your students!.Description based on publisher supplied metadata and other sources.
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Proceedings of the Conference on Training Clinical Child Psychologists. by Tuma, June M.;
Cover -- Title -- Copyright -- Table of Contents -- Hilton Head Conference on Training Clinical Child Psychologist: History and Background of the Conference -- The Introduction -- The Issues -- Conference Issues: Introduction -- Opening Address: The Training of Clinical Child Psychologists -- Training Clinical Child Psychologists -- Considerations on the "Guidelines for Training Psychologists to Work With Children, Youth, and Families" for the National Conference on the Training of Clinical Child Psychologists -- Specialization and the Regulations of Practice in Organized Psychology -- Training in Clinical Child Psychology: Funding Issues and More Serious Problems -- A Brief Look Back -- Academic Training -- Summary of Concurrent Small Groups on Issues -- Internship Training -- Postdoctoral/Continuing Education -- Roles and Responsibilities of Clinical Child Psychologists/Boundary Issues -- Roles and Responsibilities/Boundary Issues: Introduction -- A Broad-Based Approach to the Training of Clinical Child Psychologists Serving Consumers in Rural Communities -- A Systems-Oriented, Community-Based Training Model for Clinical Child Psychology: Implications for Role Development and Skill Aquisition -- Training Research Specialists in Clinical Child Psychology -- Training Child Clinicians as Child Advocates -- Training of Clinical Child/Community Psychologists -- Roles and Responsibilities of Trainees Working with Children with Multiple Problems -- Clinical Child Psychology as an Applied Developmental Psychology: Toward a Redefinition of Mission and Training -- Integrating Pediatric and Clinical Child Psychology: Perspectives in Clinical Training -- Academic Training -- Summary of Concurrent Small Groups on Roles and Responsibilities/Boundary Issues -- Internship Training -- Postdoctoral/Continuing Education -- Curriculum Issues.Overview of Curriculum Issues -- General Program-Related Issues in Clinical Child Specialty Training: Survey Input from Child Oriented Clinicians -- Current Trends and Future Needs in the Training of Child Diagnostic Assessment -- Providing Training Experiences in Child Treatment: Recommendations for the Clinical Child Psychology Specialty Curriculum -- Clinical Child Psychology and Prevention: Toward a Workable and Satisfying Marriage -- Training in Clinical Child Psychology: A Proposal for the Role of Continuing Education -- Academic Training -- Summary of Concurrent Small Groups on Curriculum Issues -- Internship Training -- Postdoctoral/Continuing Education -- Models of Training -- Models of Clinical Child Psychology Training: Introduction -- Clinical Child Psychology Training within the Context of a General Clinical Psychology Training Program -- A Specialty Program for Clinical Child Psychology Training: The Washington Model -- The Virginia Model of School/Clinical Child Training -- A Developmental Perspective on Training Clinical Child Psychologists: The Ohio State University Clinical Child Psychology Program -- Credentialing and Licensing -- Introduction to Credentialing and Licensing -- The Relationship Between Licensing and Training Standards in Clinical Child Psychology -- Should Clinical Child Psychology be Designated a Special Practice Area by the American Board of Professional Psychology? -- Academic Training -- Summary of Concurrent Small Groups on Models of Training and Credentialing and Licensing -- Internship Training -- Postdoctoral/Continuing Education -- Recommendations, Guidelines, and Conclusions -- Recommendations, Guidelines, Conclusions: Introduction -- Consultation and Transfer of Expertise Regarding the Professional Preparation of Clinical Child Psychologists: A Proposed Strategy for Effecting Change in Training Programs.Academic Training in Clinical Child Psychology -- Summary and Proposals for Recommendations for Levels of Training -- Internship Training in Clinical Child Psychology -- Postdoctoral/Continuing Education in Clinical Child Psychology -- Appendices -- A. Members of the Conference -- B. Demographic Data on Conference Participants -- C. Conference Planners -- D. Preconference Planning, Conference Procedures, and Postconference Activities -- E. Guidelines for training psychologists to work with children, youth, and familities -- F. Recommendations.This volume is derived from the conference on Training Clinical Child Psychologists held in South Carolina. The goal of the meeting was to identify, examine, and assess the major influences, directions, goals, and actions of consequence to clinical child psychology and to clinical child psychologists.   Proceedings: Conference on Training Clinical Child Psychologists explores issues pertaining to the goal of training competent psychologists to work with children, youths, and families.   The objectives of this volume and the conference are: *to stimulate discourse meaningful to clinical child psychologists and to the total psychological community; *to clarify major issues and alternative actions, and *to formulate and implement feasible proposals for strengthening the professional preparation of clinical child psychologists.   Topics included in this volume include: roles and responsibilities of clinical child psychologists and the boundary issues; curriculum issues; models of training; credentialing and licensing; and recommendations, guidelines and conclusions drawn from the conference. Also included are the Guidelines for Training Psychologists to Work with Children Youths, and Families (Appendix E).   Contributors include: June M. Tuma, Donald K. Routh, Michael C. Roberts, Patricia J. Aletky, Stanley F. Schneider, Alan O. Ross, Honore M. Hughes, Anthony P. Mannarino, Thomas H. Ollendick, Annette M. LaGreca, Carolyn Schroeder, Jerome H. Hanley, David S. Glenwick, Steven M. Neuhaus, Frank D. Fincham, Gary B. Melton, Douglas G. Ullman, Howard Markam, William O. Donnelly, Sandra W. Russ, Donald K. Freedheim, Jane W. Kessler, Donald Wertleib, Dennis Drotar, Andrew S. Bradlyn, Lynne Doran, Sheila Eyberg, James H. Johnson, Jean C. Elbert, Robert D. Felner, Raymond P. Lorion, Al Finch, Diane J. Willis, Marilyn T. Erickson, Martha Perry, Richard R.Abidin, Felicisima C. Serafica, Charles Wenar, S. Joseph Weaver, Jacquelin Goldman, Rochelle L. Robbins.Description based on publisher supplied metadata and other sources.Electronic reproduction. Ann Arbor, Michigan : ProQuest Ebook Central, 2018. Available via World Wide Web. Access may be limited to ProQuest Ebook Central affiliated libraries.
Subjects: Electronic books.; Child psychology -- Congresses.; Developmental psychology -- Congresses.;
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Proceedings of the Conference on Training Clinical Child Psychologists. by Tuma, June M.;
Cover -- Title -- Copyright -- Table of Contents -- Hilton Head Conference on Training Clinical Child Psychologist: History and Background of the Conference -- The Introduction -- The Issues -- Conference Issues: Introduction -- Opening Address: The Training of Clinical Child Psychologists -- Training Clinical Child Psychologists -- Considerations on the "Guidelines for Training Psychologists to Work With Children, Youth, and Families" for the National Conference on the Training of Clinical Child Psychologists -- Specialization and the Regulations of Practice in Organized Psychology -- Training in Clinical Child Psychology: Funding Issues and More Serious Problems -- A Brief Look Back -- Academic Training -- Summary of Concurrent Small Groups on Issues -- Internship Training -- Postdoctoral/Continuing Education -- Roles and Responsibilities of Clinical Child Psychologists/Boundary Issues -- Roles and Responsibilities/Boundary Issues: Introduction -- A Broad-Based Approach to the Training of Clinical Child Psychologists Serving Consumers in Rural Communities -- A Systems-Oriented, Community-Based Training Model for Clinical Child Psychology: Implications for Role Development and Skill Aquisition -- Training Research Specialists in Clinical Child Psychology -- Training Child Clinicians as Child Advocates -- Training of Clinical Child/Community Psychologists -- Roles and Responsibilities of Trainees Working with Children with Multiple Problems -- Clinical Child Psychology as an Applied Developmental Psychology: Toward a Redefinition of Mission and Training -- Integrating Pediatric and Clinical Child Psychology: Perspectives in Clinical Training -- Academic Training -- Summary of Concurrent Small Groups on Roles and Responsibilities/Boundary Issues -- Internship Training -- Postdoctoral/Continuing Education -- Curriculum Issues.Overview of Curriculum Issues -- General Program-Related Issues in Clinical Child Specialty Training: Survey Input from Child Oriented Clinicians -- Current Trends and Future Needs in the Training of Child Diagnostic Assessment -- Providing Training Experiences in Child Treatment: Recommendations for the Clinical Child Psychology Specialty Curriculum -- Clinical Child Psychology and Prevention: Toward a Workable and Satisfying Marriage -- Training in Clinical Child Psychology: A Proposal for the Role of Continuing Education -- Academic Training -- Summary of Concurrent Small Groups on Curriculum Issues -- Internship Training -- Postdoctoral/Continuing Education -- Models of Training -- Models of Clinical Child Psychology Training: Introduction -- Clinical Child Psychology Training within the Context of a General Clinical Psychology Training Program -- A Specialty Program for Clinical Child Psychology Training: The Washington Model -- The Virginia Model of School/Clinical Child Training -- A Developmental Perspective on Training Clinical Child Psychologists: The Ohio State University Clinical Child Psychology Program -- Credentialing and Licensing -- Introduction to Credentialing and Licensing -- The Relationship Between Licensing and Training Standards in Clinical Child Psychology -- Should Clinical Child Psychology be Designated a Special Practice Area by the American Board of Professional Psychology? -- Academic Training -- Summary of Concurrent Small Groups on Models of Training and Credentialing and Licensing -- Internship Training -- Postdoctoral/Continuing Education -- Recommendations, Guidelines, and Conclusions -- Recommendations, Guidelines, Conclusions: Introduction -- Consultation and Transfer of Expertise Regarding the Professional Preparation of Clinical Child Psychologists: A Proposed Strategy for Effecting Change in Training Programs.Academic Training in Clinical Child Psychology -- Summary and Proposals for Recommendations for Levels of Training -- Internship Training in Clinical Child Psychology -- Postdoctoral/Continuing Education in Clinical Child Psychology -- Appendices -- A. Members of the Conference -- B. Demographic Data on Conference Participants -- C. Conference Planners -- D. Preconference Planning, Conference Procedures, and Postconference Activities -- E. Guidelines for training psychologists to work with children, youth, and familities -- F. Recommendations.This volume is derived from the conference on Training Clinical Child Psychologists held in South Carolina. The goal of the meeting was to identify, examine, and assess the major influences, directions, goals, and actions of consequence to clinical child psychology and to clinical child psychologists.   Proceedings: Conference on Training Clinical Child Psychologists explores issues pertaining to the goal of training competent psychologists to work with children, youths, and families.   The objectives of this volume and the conference are: *to stimulate discourse meaningful to clinical child psychologists and to the total psychological community; *to clarify major issues and alternative actions, and *to formulate and implement feasible proposals for strengthening the professional preparation of clinical child psychologists.   Topics included in this volume include: roles and responsibilities of clinical child psychologists and the boundary issues; curriculum issues; models of training; credentialing and licensing; and recommendations, guidelines and conclusions drawn from the conference. Also included are the Guidelines for Training Psychologists to Work with Children Youths, and Families (Appendix E).   Contributors include: June M. Tuma, Donald K. Routh, Michael C. Roberts, Patricia J. Aletky, Stanley F. Schneider, Alan O. Ross, Honore M. Hughes, Anthony P. Mannarino, Thomas H. Ollendick, Annette M. LaGreca, Carolyn Schroeder, Jerome H. Hanley, David S. Glenwick, Steven M. Neuhaus, Frank D. Fincham, Gary B. Melton, Douglas G. Ullman, Howard Markam, William O. Donnelly, Sandra W. Russ, Donald K. Freedheim, Jane W. Kessler, Donald Wertleib, Dennis Drotar, Andrew S. Bradlyn, Lynne Doran, Sheila Eyberg, James H. Johnson, Jean C. Elbert, Robert D. Felner, Raymond P. Lorion, Al Finch, Diane J. Willis, Marilyn T. Erickson, Martha Perry, Richard R.Abidin, Felicisima C. Serafica, Charles Wenar, S. Joseph Weaver, Jacquelin Goldman, Rochelle L. Robbins.Description based on publisher supplied metadata and other sources.Electronic reproduction. Ann Arbor, Michigan : ProQuest Ebook Central, 2017. Available via World Wide Web. Access may be limited to ProQuest Ebook Central affiliated libraries.
Subjects: Electronic books.; Child psychology -- Congresses.; Developmental psychology -- Congresses.;
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Will My Kid Grow Out of It? : A Child Psychologist's Guide to Understanding Worrisome Behavior. by Forrest, Bonny J.;
Front Cover -- Title Page -- Copyright -- Contents -- Author's Note -- Project SKIP -- Introduction -- Part I: "Is That Normal?" -- Chapter 1: Where to Start When Your Child's Behavior Is Troubling You -- Chapter 2: Diagnosis, Stigma, and the Clinician's Manual -- Part II: Common Concerns and Possible Diagnoses -- Chapter 3: Infant and Preschool Mental Health: Even Babies Get the Blues -- Chapter 4: Delayed, Different, Not Fitting In: Does My Child Have an Autism Spectrum Disorder? -- Chapter 5: Overactivity and Inattentiveness: Does My Child Have ADHD? -- Chapter 6: Anxiety, Fear, Stress, and Obsessive-Compulsive Behaviors: Does My Child Worry Too Much? -- Chapter 7: Sadness and Loss: Is My Child Just Sad, or Clinically Depressed? -- Chapter 8: Picky Eating and Eating Too Much: Does My Child Have an Eating Disorder? -- Chapter 9: Bullying and Aggression: Could My Child Have Oppositional Defiant or Conduct Disorder? -- Chapter 10: Problems with Homework: Does My Child Have a Learning Disability? -- Chapter 11: Self-Injury, Suicidal Feelings, and Substance Abuse: When Things Get More Difficult -- Part III: Supporting Your Child -- Chapter 12: The Medical Professionals: Who to Turn to, What to Know, and What to Ask -- Chapter 13: Getting Services for Your Child from Your School or State -- Chapter 14: FAQ: Answers to the Most Commonly Asked Questions in My Practice -- Epilogue: After Newtown -- Acknowledgments -- Appendix A: Brain Development 101 -- Appendix B: Therapies Found to Be Most Effective for Various Diagnoses -- Appendix C: Commonly Used Medications for Mental Health -- Resources for Help -- Glossary -- Notes -- Bibliography -- Index -- Back Cover.A parental road map to navigate a child's mental health Helping parents determine whether their child's behavior is typical for the age or, possibly, a sign of something more serious they should look into, Will My Kid Grow Out of It? uses lay terms and concrete examples to aid adults in establishing if their child may have a commonly diagnosed issue such as ADHD, depression, a learning disability, and others; where to go to get help; how to get support from schools and the medical community; and what questions to ask along the way. Each chapter expands on a specific set of behaviors that may be problematic by listing types of problems, possible diagnoses, the types of treatments that have been found to be effective, discussions of the pros and cons of alternative treatments, and typical medications. The book provides readers with access to a free interactive online screening tool and Project SKIP. Extensive ancillary resources-such as an overview of child brain development, organizations and hotlines for families, a list of commonly used medications for mental health, and a glossary-are also included.Description based on publisher supplied metadata and other sources.Electronic reproduction. Ann Arbor, Michigan : ProQuest Ebook Central, 2016. Available via World Wide Web. Access may be limited to ProQuest Ebook Central affiliated libraries.
Subjects: Electronic books.; Behavioral assessment of children; Child psychology.; Parenting;
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