The School Counselor's Mental Health Sourcebook: Strategies to Help Students Succeed

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National data and anecdotal reports from teachers, counsellors, and administrators show that substantial numbers of students in primary and secondary schools have been identified as having mental health needs. The School Counselor's Mental Health Sourcebook provide school counsellors with: (a) information about the range of mental health disorders seen in schools, including prevalence and typical symptoms; (b) a set of practical strategies and intervention ideas that can be used in classrooms, group counselling settings, and individual counselling sessions; and (c) suggestions and guidelines for communicating effectively with teachers and families regarding mental health issues. The ASCA National Model, which serves as the blueprint for practice, requires that counsellors switch their focus from service-centred for some students to programme-centred for every student. So, counsellors are not only interested in working with students with a range of mental health needs, they are also being called upon to do so. For many students, schools represent the only source of treatment, and this book addresses the great need for practical, ready-to-use strategies and guidelines that counsellors can use to help these students succeed.