Taking Cognitive-Behavior Therapy to School: A School-Based Mental Health Approach
This paper offers an overview using cognitive-behavior therapy (CBT) within a school system. In addition to providing services to individual students, this article provides an overview of implementing CBT into a system of school-wide mental health services. Interventions are discussed at three levels—universal school-wide interventions, target interventions with at-risk students, and intensive interventions with students in need. Examples of specific programs or intervention are given for each level.
Journal of Contemporary Psychotherapy
Christner, Ray W.; Forrest, Elizabeth; Morley, Jessica; and Weinstein, Elana, "Taking Cognitive-Behavior Therapy to School: A School-Based Mental Health Approach" (2007). PCOM Scholarly Papers. 94.
This article was published in Journal of Contemporary Psychotherapy, Volume 37, April 27, 2007, Pages 175-183.
The published version is available at http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/s10879-007-9052-2
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