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Providing Mental Health Servies to Youth Where They Are
School and Community Based Approaches

ISBN 9781583913000
Published April 12, 2002 by Routledge
266 Pages

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Book Description

First Published in 2002. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.

Table of Contents

1. Principles Behind the Proactive Delivery of Mental Health Services to Youth Where They Are, Mark D. Weist and Harinder S. Ghuman
2. Expanded School Mental Health: Developing Services to Mesh with Youth Needs and Community Resources, Mark D. Weist, Laura A. Nabors and Olga M. Acosta
3. Stakeholder Involvement and Quality Improvement in School Mental Health, Laura Nabors, Nancy A. Tashman, Melissa Grady and Mark D. Weist
4. Organization, Utilization, and Evaluation of a School Mental Health Program, Steven Evans
5. Reflections on the Development of an Elementary School Mental Health Program, Jennifer A. Oppenheim and Robert J. Evert
6. Developing Culturally Sensitive and Family-Focused School Mental Health Services for Texas Youth, Vincent Ramos, Jennifer Jenning and Glen Pearson
7. Historical Overview and Various Models of Home and Community-Based Interventions, Harinder S. Ghuman
8. Home and Community-Based Treatment Program for Severely Disturbed Treatment Resistant Youth and Their Families, Eileen Hastings, Marsha Gorth and Harinder S. Ghuman
9. Development and Implementation of Child Mobile Crisis System for Emotionally Disturbed Youth, Paramjit T. Joshi, Michelle Leff, Mark Greenberg and Patricia Kronin
10. Hospital on Wheel: Changing Public Sector Orientation from Inpatient Treatment to in Home and Community-Based Treatment for Seriously Disturbed Youth in the State of Delaware, Anita Amurao and Michael Longo
11. Family Driven Treatment: Methods for Families to be Full Partner in the Care of Children with Psychiatric Illness, Charles Huffine, Ann Vander Stoep and Marilyn Williams
12. Narrative Family Therapy Approach to Wrap Around Services, Tom Hebeisen, Michael Longo and Sam Blumberg

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