Conducting Behavioral and Mental Health Assessments in MTSS
Screen to Intervene
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Conducting Behavioral and Mental Health Assessments in MTSS: Screen to Intervene offers effective assessment strategies for improving mental and behavioral health decision-making within Multi-Tiered Systems of Support. Accessible to school psychologists, behavior analysts, PBIS team leaders, and other school-based professionals, this applied book features evidence-based practices and case study examples to show how assessment data can drive prevention and intervention services, particularly at Tiers I and II. Specific tools and recommendations for universal screening, problem analysis, and progress monitoring procedures offer a fresh, real-world approach to data-driven implementation of supports across schools.
Table of Contents
1. Introduction to Integrating Mental and Behavioral Health Services within MTSS 2. The Solution-focused Emotional and Behavioral Assessment (SEBA) Model 3. Essential Components of Effective Tier I Services 4. Universal Screening 5. Evaluating, Modifying, and Enhancing Tier I Services 6. Essential Components of Effective Tier II Intervention 7. Problem Analysis for Tier II Services 8. Enhancing and Improving Tier II Services 9. Progress Monitoring Tier II Services 10. Advanced Applications of SEBA and Next Steps
Nathaniel von der Embse is Associate Professor of School Psychology at the University of South Florida, USA, and Associate Editor for the Journal of School Psychology.
Katie Eklund is Assistant Professor in the School Psychology Program at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, USA, and Co-Director of the Madison Education Partnership.
Stephen Kilgus is Associate Professor in the School Psychology Program at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, USA, and Associate Editor for the Journal of School Psychology.