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Moran, Kristen; Bodenhorn, Nancy – Journal of School Counseling, 2015
Perceptions and experiences of elementary school counselors' collaborative efforts with community mental health providers are examined through this exploratory phenomenological study. Ten participants engaged in two in-depth interviews. Collaboration was considered an effective way to increase services to students and their families. Six themes…
Descriptors: Mental Health, Health Services, School Counselors, Phenomenology
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Villarreal, Victor; Castro-Villarreal, Felicia – Intervention in School and Clinic, 2016
Schools have played an increasingly central role in providing mental health services to youth, but there are limitations to the services that are available through school-based mental health professionals. Thus, collaboration with non-school-based community mental health providers is oftentimes necessary. As collaboration can address limitations…
Descriptors: Mental Health, Community Health Services, Institutional Cooperation, School Community Programs
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Mellin, Elizabeth A.; Ball, Annahita; Iachini, Aidyn; Togno, Nicole; Rodriguez, Ana Maria – Advances in School Mental Health Promotion, 2017
Teachers are critical partners in expanded school mental health (ESMH) collaborations that aim to bring educators, community mental health professionals and families together to leverage expertise and resources for addressing non-academic barriers to learning. Although teachers are in a unique position to observe the day-to-day mental health needs…
Descriptors: Elementary School Teachers, Middle School Teachers, Secondary School Teachers, Mental Health Programs
Bushinski, Cari – Educational Leadership, 2018
The Handle with Care program helps schools help students who experience trauma. While at the scene of an event like a domestic violence call, drug raid, or car accident, law enforcement personnel determine the names and school of any children present. They notify that child's school to "handle ___ with care" the next day, and the school…
Descriptors: Student Needs, At Risk Students, Trauma, Violence
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Frauenholtz, Susan; Mendenhall, Amy N.; Moon, Jungrim – Children & Schools, 2017
Children with mental health disorders are at elevated risk of deleterious academic outcomes. The school, acting as a bridge between home and community, is a key site for identification and intervention with children experiencing mental health distress. Yet survey research has indicated that many teachers and other school staff have limited…
Descriptors: Mental Disorders, Child Health, School Personnel, Knowledge Level
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Doll, Beth; Nastasi, Bonnie K.; Cornell, Laura; Song, Samuel Y. – Journal of Applied School Psychology, 2017
School-based mental health services are those delivered by school-employed and community-employed providers in school buildings. With the implementation of provisions of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (2010) that funds school-based health centers, school-based mental health services could become more broadly available in…
Descriptors: Mental Health Programs, Health Services, School Health Services, Definitions
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DiMeo, Michelle A.; Moore, G. Kurt; Lichtenstein, Carolyn – Journal of Community Psychology, 2012
Evidence-based treatments (EBTs) are "interventions" that have been proven effective through rigorous research methodologies. Evidence-based practice (EBP), however, refers to a "decision-making process" that integrates the best available research, clinician expertise, and client characteristics. This study examined community mental health service…
Descriptors: Health Services, Evidence, Mental Health, Research Methodology
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Brookman-Frazee, Lauren; Baker-Ericzen, Mary; Stadnick, Nicole; Taylor, Robin – Journal of Child and Family Studies, 2012
The community mental health (CMH) system provides treatment for behavioral and psychiatric problems in children with autism spectrum disorders (ASD). Although parent stakeholder perspectives are important to improving care, these perspectives have not been systematically examined for this population in the CMH sector. Twenty-one semi-structured…
Descriptors: Autism, Mental Health Programs, Clinics, Community Health Services
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Freadling, Amy H.; Foss-Kelly, Louisa L. – Counselor Education and Supervision, 2014
This phenomenological study explored 6 new counselors' experiences working in community mental health centers and their experiences of the Council for Accreditation of Counseling and Related Educational Programs-accredited training received in preparation for such work. Three themes from the interviews were identified to provide implications…
Descriptors: Community Health Services, Counselor Attitudes, Phenomenology, Mental Health Programs
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Villarreal, Victor – School Psychology Forum, 2018
Schools are the most common entry point for accessing mental health services for school-age children. Children may access school-based services as part of a multitiered system of supports or other service models, such as school-based health centers. However, limitations associated with school-based services (e.g., lack of time, inability to…
Descriptors: Mental Health, School Psychologists, Referral, Barriers
Weist, Mark D.; Stevens, Robert; Headley-Greenlaw, June; Miller, Elaine; Fletcher, Lee; Collier, Tristan; Arnau, Penny; Urbanski, Jan; Jenkins, June; Diana, David – Communique, 2018
This article reviews the development of the Southeastern School Behavioral Health Community (SSBHC), which began in 2013 to bring coherence to the school behavioral health (SBH) agenda in South Carolina and has since expanded to become a regional effort in the southeastern United States. The term SBH is used to convey community mental health…
Descriptors: School Safety, Violence, Prevention, School Health Services
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Endsley, Patricia – Journal of School Nursing, 2017
The purpose of this scoping review was to survey the most recent (5 years) acute care, community health, and mental health nursing workload literature to understand themes and research avenues that may be applicable to school nursing workload research. The search for empirical and nonempirical literature was conducted using search engines such as…
Descriptors: School Nurses, Literature Reviews, Responsibility, Patients
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Moore, Wayne; Poole, Jay; Pearson, Fran; Moore, Lelia – Educational Gerontology, 2018
This article presents results from an innovative social work field education program, which prepares BSW and MSW students to work in interdisciplinary teams with congregational nurses as they serve persons age 55+ or older. The Congregational Social Work Education Initiative is a field education project based on an applied interdisciplinary model,…
Descriptors: Social Work, Housing Needs, Older Adults, Health Needs
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Villarreal, Victor – Journal of Applied School Psychology, 2018
Schools have become the primary setting for mental health service among youth. However, school-based providers are sometimes limited by lack of time, training, and other resources. Furthermore, problem-solving models emphasize the importance of developing partnerships with other professionals and agencies. Thus, it is critical to engage in…
Descriptors: Mental Health, Mental Health Programs, School Psychologists, Cooperation
Williams, Beth B. – ProQuest LLC, 2011
Some clinical leaders of community mental health centers are not aware of successful methods for supporting and empowering staff to be more effective, specifically when the staff is experiencing change because of new health information technology. Clinical leaders in community mental health face similar management issues as do other business,…
Descriptors: Mental Health, Health Services, Community Health Services, Interviews
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