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Child and Adolescent Psychopathology for School Psychology : A Practical Approach
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This is the only text to address child and adolescent psychopathology from the viewpoint of the school psychologist. Integrating, comparing, and distinguishing DSM-5 diagnoses from IDEA disability classifications, it provides a comprehensive overview of mental health conditions in this population. This book addresses the impact of these conditions at school and at home, along with a description of practical, evidence-based educational and mental health interventions that can be implemented in school environments. It addresses the role of the school psychologist and details a variety of educational supports and school-based mental health services as they apply to specific conditions.
This resource provides comprehensive coverage of school psychologists' responsibilities, including assessment, educational and skill-based interventions and supports, consulting with key stakeholders, and advocacy. Case studies address classification issues and varied approaches psychologists can use to support students. Chapters provide a variety of features to reinforce knowledge, including quick facts, discussion questions, and sources for additional resources.
School Psychology, Child psychopathology, Adolescent psychopathology, Intellectual Disabilities
Diamanduros, Terry; Tysinger, P Dawn; Tysinger, Jeffrey A.; and Fenning, Pamela A., "Child and Adolescent Psychopathology for School Psychology : A Practical Approach" (2022). Faculty Books. 208.