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Moore, Graham F.; Anthony, Rebecca E.; Hawkins, Jemma; Van Godwin, Jordan; Murphy, Simon; Hewitt, Gillian; Melendez-Torres, G. J. – British Educational Research Journal, 2020
Young people's wellbeing is often lowest where they assume a relatively low position within their school's socioeconomic hierarchy, for example, among poorer children attending more affluent schools. Transition to secondary school is a period during which young people typically enter an environment which is more socioeconomically diverse than…
Descriptors: Socioeconomic Status, Well Being, Secondary School Students, Mental Health
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Stempel, Hilary; Cox-Martin, Matthew G.; O'Leary, Sonja; Stein, Rachel; Allison, Mandy A. – Journal of School Health, 2019
Background: School-based health centers (SBHC) can address unmet mental health needs. Little is known about how students seek care from different providers at SBHCs. We describe and compare how students' SBHC visits differ for students seen by mental health providers (MH group) relative to students seen only by primary care providers (PC group).…
Descriptors: Help Seeking, Mental Health Programs, School Health Services, Children
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Brown, Ceri; Carr, Sam – Journal of Education Policy, 2019
Educationalists have been concerned with the labelling and treatment of children with mental health difficulties in the education system in England for some time. These concerns have centred on the role of policy in 'othering' such students as deviant learners. The unprecedented number of children suffering from mental illnesses, has forced…
Descriptors: Educational Policy, Mental Health, Mental Disorders, High Stakes Tests
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Bertone, Agustina; Moffa, Kathryn; Wagle, Rhea; Fleury, Isabelle; Dowdy, Erin – Contemporary School Psychology, 2019
Over half of the children between the ages of 1 and 5 in California are classified as dual language learners (DLLs), with most identified as Latinx and from Spanish-speaking backgrounds. Latinx students are consistently under-identified and undertreated for mental health services, necessitating a change in service delivery that begins with…
Descriptors: Mental Health, Screening Tests, Bilingualism, Hispanic American Students
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McNeely, Clea A.; Sprecher, Katharine; Bates-Fredi, Denise; Price, Olga Acosta; Allen, Chenoa D. – Journal of School Health, 2020
Background: Foreign-born children rarely use traditional school mental health services. Comprehensive programs that combine mental health services with academic, economic, and socioemotional supports reach more foreign-born children and improve well-being. However, little practical guidance exists regarding how to best combine these diverse…
Descriptors: Mental Health, Health Services, Mental Health Programs, Immigrants
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Guzmán, Javier; Green, Jennifer Greif; Oblath, Rachel; Holt, Melissa K. – Contemporary School Psychology, 2020
This study examined the association of students' life satisfaction with mental health risk and perceptions of school functioning (academic and social functioning). Participants were 1348 students (53.5% female) enrolled in grades 4 to 12 in a predominantly non-Latino white and middle-upper class public school district in the northeastern USA.…
Descriptors: Life Satisfaction, Student Attitudes, Mental Health, At Risk Persons
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Stegelin, Dolores; Leggett, Carmen; Ricketts, Diane; Bryant, Misty; Peterson, Chanci; Holzner, Andrea – Journal of At-Risk Issues, 2020
The rapid expansion of public-school preschool programs significantly challenges America's school administrators, teachers, and school professionals. The complex issues of preschool mental health needs, expulsion, and suspension are at the forefront. In the United States, schools are reporting rapidly increasing numbers of preschool programs,…
Descriptors: Trauma, Preschool Education, Preschool Children, Public Schools
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Krause, Amanda; Goldberg, Briana; D'Agostino, Bianca; Klan, Amy; Rogers, Maria; Smith, J. David; Whitley, Jessica; Hone, Michael; McBrearty, Natasha – Emotional & Behavioural Difficulties, 2020
Problematic and disruptive behaviours continue to be a pervasive problem in elementary school classrooms across the globe, with recent reports indicating rising trends. The present study seeks to describe a unique sample of children who are seeking mental health services and present with specific problematic school behaviours. Preliminary analyses…
Descriptors: Behavior Problems, Student Behavior, Elementary School Students, Health Services
Giordano, Keri; Garro, Adrienne; Rosen, Gabrielle; Gubi, Aaron – Communique, 2017
Early childhood, defined as infancy through age 5 years, is a critical period and serves as the foundation for development throughout the life span. According to the U.S. Census Bureau, in July 2015, there were almost 20 million children ages birth to 5 years. The physical health of infants and young children is addressed and monitored through…
Descriptors: Mental Health, Early Childhood Education, School Psychology, Young Children
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Chen, Cliff Yung-Chi; Panebianco, Andrea – Child & Youth Care Forum, 2018
Background: Many young children experience the death of a family member and they may be at risk for developing psychological and behavioral problems, but not much is known about how to help young children cope with such a stressful and painful experience. Objective: The purposes of this study are to identify the interventions for bereaved young…
Descriptors: Intervention, Young Children, School Health Services, Mental Health Programs
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Berger, Emily; Meltzer, Lauren – School Psychology International, 2021
The prevalence of domestic violence is concerning due to its debilitating impact on the psychological, social and academic functioning of children. This study explored the experiences, strengths and challenges of school mental health staff in relation to students exposed to domestic violence. Interviews with 10 school wellbeing staff working in…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Family Violence, Mental Health, School Personnel
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Weist, Mark D.; Bruns, Eric J.; Whitaker, Kelly; Wei, Yifeng; Kutcher, Stanley; Larsen, Torill; Holsen, Ingrid; Cooper, Janice L.; Geroski, Anne; Short, Kathryn H. – School Psychology International, 2017
All around the world, partnerships among schools and other youth-serving systems are promoting more comprehensive school-based mental health services. This article describes the development of international networks for school mental health (SMH) including the International Alliance for Child and Adolescent Mental Health and Schools (INTERCAMHS)…
Descriptors: Mental Health, Health Promotion, School Health Services, Foreign Countries
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Zhang, Junhua; Wang, Siyuan; Lu, Yuan – World Journal of Education, 2019
Previous studies have shown that quality and the quantity of father involvement in education play an important role in children's development. The influence of father involvement in education on Chinese children's mental health status still needs further study. To understand the present situation of father involvement in education and its impact…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Parent Participation, Fathers, Elementary School Students
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Splett, Joni W.; George, Melissa W.; Zaheer, Imad; Weist, Mark D.; Evans, Steven W.; Kern, Lee – School Mental Health, 2018
Although it is known some youth access mental health services more readily than others, most service use studies used variable-centric approaches that produced heterogeneous groups and results that require parents and educators to understand diagnostic categories. Person-centered approaches group youth with similar patterns of behavioral and…
Descriptors: Symptoms (Individual Disorders), Profiles, Mental Health Programs, School Health Services
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Fabiano, Gregory A.; Pyle, Kellina – School Mental Health, 2019
Children with ADHD comprise one of the most common groups requiring supports from school mental health providers, yet current school structures and special education policies are not optimally situated to support and adapt to the inconsistent behaviors that are the hallmark of children with ADHD. The present paper reviews and synthesizes…
Descriptors: Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder, Intervention, Guidelines, Special Education
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