Cognitive Behavioral Therapy in K-12 School Settings: A by Diana Joyce-Beaulieu PhD NCSP,Michael L. Sulkowski PhD NCSP

By Diana Joyce-Beaulieu PhD NCSP,Michael L. Sulkowski PhD NCSP

Features particular, powerful counseling interventions for school-age kids that may be positioned to take advantage of immediately

Twenty percentage of school-age kids within the usa adventure psychological wellbeing and fitness concerns every year and cognitive behavioral remedy (CBT) is likely one of the most appropriate and empirically supported interventions to deal with those wishes. This sensible, quick-reference instruction manual is for psychological health and wellbeing execs within the Kñ12 college surroundings who're looking a hands-on advisor for training CBT. according to a wealth of analysis assisting the efficacy of CBT for school-age little ones, it good points particular interventions that may be utilized instantly and is adapted to the desires of busy college psychologists, counselors, and social employees. Importantly, this publication describes how you can use CBT inside of modern school-based carrier supply frameworks similar to multitiered platforms of help (MTSS) and reaction to intervention (RtI).

Examining the center elements of CBT within the context of school-based treatment, this ebook deals developmentally acceptable cures special for particular concerns in response to the recent DSM-5 standards, in addition to instruments for measuring growth and results. Case conceptualization examples are supplied as well as contraindications for counseling treatment. The publication additionally explains tips on how to adapt therapy in gentle of developmental matters and cultural issues. Case examples, pattern reviews, and an outstanding number of reproducible handouts (also to be had in electronic obtain structure) are supplied to aid tuition psychological health and wellbeing pros use CBT as a part of their general practice.

KEY FEATURES:

  • Presents content material that's hugely useful and instantly acceptable for pros and trainees
  • Designed to paintings inside of and meet the desires of the explicit carrier supply atmosphere of colleges, together with MTSS and RtI
  • Reflects DSM-5 standards and the sufferer security and cheap Care Act
  • Includes case reviews and hands-on consultation outlines, record templates, and scholar actions (also on hand in electronic obtain format)

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