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  1. Working with Traumatic Brain Injury in Schools

    Transition, Assessment, and Intervention

    By Paul B. Jantz, Susan C. Davies, Erin D. Bigler

    Series: School-Based Practice in Action

    Every day, children and adolescents worldwide return to the educational setting having sustained a traumatic brain injury (TBI). The possible negative consequences of TBI range from mild to severe and include neurological, cognitive, emotional, social, and behavioral difficulties. Within the school...

    Published January 12th 2014 by Routledge

  2. Racialized Schools

    Understanding and Addressing Racism in Schools

    By Jesse A. Brinson, Shannon D. Smith

    While racism continues to be a persistent and pervasive issue in our schools nationwide, the professionals charged with creating safe and nurturing educational environments have few resources available to address racism directly. Racialized Schools is on the leading edge of books that do just that...

    Published December 15th 2013 by Routledge

  3. When Children Refuse School

    A Prescriptive Treatment Approach

    By Anne Marie Albano

    Series: DVD Workshop Series on Clinical Child and Adolescent Psychology

    In this workshop, Dr. Albano discusses a prescriptive treatment approach to treating school refusal behavior in children. Dr. Albano begins her workshop with a definition of school refusal, and she reviews the four primary reasons underlying school refusal behavior. She also discusses the...

    Published December 10th 2013 by Routledge

  4. Consultative Problem-Solving with Teachers

    By George J. DuPaul

    Series: DVD Workshop Series on Clinical Child and Adolescent Psychology

    This workshop describes the need for collaborative problem-solving with teachers to design school-based interventions for children with a wide-variety of challenging behaviors. Dr. DuPaul provides an overview of the types of consultative problem-solving and the steps involved to create a positive...

    Published December 10th 2013 by Routledge

  5. Time Out for Positive Reinforcement for Children with ADHD

    By Gregory Fabiano

    Series: DVD Workshop Series on Clinical Child and Adolescent Psychology

    In this workshop, Dr. Fabiano discusses the history and evidence-base for time out from positive reinforcement. First, Dr. Fabiano describes attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder and the reasons why time-out may be effective to manage some of the behaviors associated with this disorder. Next, he...

    Published December 10th 2013 by Routledge

  6. School-Based Behavioral and Academic Strategies for Students with ADHD

    By George J. DuPaul

    Series: DVD Workshop Series on Clinical Child and Adolescent Psychology

    This workshop provides an overview of school-based interventions for students with attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder. Dr. DuPaul begins the workshop by describing how to implement various school-based interventions, such as organizational/study skills training, peer tutoring, self-management...

    Published November 24th 2013 by Routledge

  7. The PEERS Curriculum for School-Based Professionals

    Social Skills Training for Adolescents with Autism Spectrum Disorder

    By Elizabeth A. Laugeson

    The PEERS® Curriculum for School-Based Professionals brings UCLA's highly acclaimed and widely popular PEERS program into the school setting. This sixteen-week program, clinically proven to significantly improve social skills and social interactions among teens with autism spectrum disorder, is now...

    Published October 16th 2013 by Routledge

  8. Life and Loss

    A Guide to Help Grieving Children, 3rd Edition

    By Linda Goldman

    Many clinicians recognize that denying or ignoring grief issues in children leaves them feeling alone and that acknowledging loss is crucial part of a child’s healthy development. Really dealing with loss in productive ways, however, is sometimes easier said than done. For decades, Life and Loss...

    Published August 22nd 2013 by Routledge

  9. Facilitating Challenging Groups

    Leaderless, Open, and Single Session Groups

    By Nina W. Brown

    Groups— like the people in them—come in all forms, and often they don’t fit a standard mold. Single-session, leaderless, and open groups are three of the most common kinds of nonstandard groups, but participants and facilitators of these kinds of groups have few, if any, resources at their disposal...

    Published August 20th 2013 by Routledge