School Mental Health Project


A Sampling of References Related to Mental Health in Schools
(The Center for Mental Health in Schools at UCLA has many more references, materials, and special resources relevant to MH in schools. To see the Center Resource List, Click Here or contact the Center.)

 

Major Reports on the Status of Mental Health in Schools
& the Center's Perspective

 

2010-Present

Books

Adelman, H.S. & Taylor, L. (2010). Mental Health in Schools: Engaging Learners, Preventing Problems, and Improving Schools. Thousand Oaks, CA: Corwin Press.

Auger, R.W. (2010) The School Counselor's Mental Health Sourcebook: Strategies to Help Students Succeed. Thousand Oaks, CA: Corwin Press

Clauss-Ehlers, C.S., Serpell, Z.N., Weist, M.D. (Ed), Handbook of Culturally Responsive School Mental Health: Advancing Research, Training, Practice, and Policy. Springer New York.

Dikel, W. (2014). The Teacher's Guide to Student Mental Health. W.W. Norton.

Doll, B., Pfohl, W. & Yoon, J. (eds) (2010). Handbook of Youth Prevention Science. New York: Routledge.

Forman, S.G. (2015). Implementation of Mental Health Programs in Schools: A change Agent Guide. Washington, DC: American Psychological Association.

Furlong, M.J., Gilman, R. & Huebner, E.S. (eds) (2014). Handbook of positive psychology in schools. New York: Routledge/Taylor and Francis.

Ghuman, H.S., Weist, M.D., Sarles, R.M. (Eds), Providing Mental Health Services to Youth Where They Are: School and Community Based Approaches. Routledge.

Green, J., McLaughlin, K., Alegria, M., et al (2013). School mental health resources and adolescent mental health service use. Journal of the American Academy of Child & Adolescent Psychiatry, 52, 501-510.

Hess, R.S., Short, R.J., & Hazel, C.E. (2012). Comprehensive Children's Mental Health Services in Schools and Communities: A Public Health Problem-Solving Model (School-Based Practice in Action). Routledge

Lean, D.S. & Colucci, V.A. (2013). School-based Mental Health: A Framework for Intervention. Rowman & Littlefield.

Macklem, G.L. (2014). Preventive mental health at school: Evidence-based services for students. New York : Springer.

Maller, D. (ed) (2013). The Praeger Handbook of Community Mental Health Practice. Praeger.

Rossen, E. & Hull, R. (Eds) (2012), Supporting and Educating Traumatized Students: A Guide for School-Based Professionals. New York: Oxford University Press.  

Walker, H.M. & Gresham, F.M. (eds) (2014). Handbook of evidence-based practices for emotional and behavioral disorders: Applications in schools. New York: The Guilford Press.

Waller, J. (ed) (2012). Mental Health Promotion in Schools. Sharjah, UAE: BenthemScience.

Weist, M., Lever, N, Bradshaw C., & Owens, J. (ed.) (2014; 2nd ed.). Handbook of school mental health: Research, training, practice, and policy. NY: Springer.


Chapters/Articles (2010-present)

Acosta, O.M., Tashman, N.A., Prodente, C., Proescher, E. (2013). Establishing successful school mental health programs: Guidelines and recommendations. In Ghuman, H.S., Weist, M.D., Sarles, R.M. (Eds), Providing Mental Health Services to Youth Where They Are: School and Community Based Approaches. Routledge.

Adelman, H.S. & Taylor, L. (2014). Not another special initiative! EveryChild Journal, 4, 74-80. (epub)

Adelman, H.S. & Taylor, L. (2014). Addressing student and schooling problems: Not another project: Child safety should be embedded in the missions of schools Child Abuse & Neglect. (epub)

Adelman, H.S. & Taylor, L. (2013). Enabling Component as Related to Mental Health. In D. Wyley & A. Cory (Eds.), Encyclopedia of School Health.  Adelman, H.S. & Taylor, L. (2012). Mental Health in Schools: Moving in New Directions. Contemporary School Psychology.

Adelman, H. S. & Taylor, L. (2012). Student Engagement and Disengagement: An Intrinsic Motivation Perspective and a Mental Health Concern . In J. Waller (ed) Mental Health Promotion in Schools. Sharjah, UAE: BenthemScience.

 Adelman, H. S. & Taylor, L.(2012). Addressing trauma and other barriers to learning and teaching: Developing a comprehensive system of intervention. In E. Rossen & R. Hull (Eds), Supporting and Educating Traumatized Students: A Guide for School-Based Professionals. New York: Oxford University Press. Chapter 18, pp. 265-286.

Adelman, H. S. & Taylor, L. (2011). Expanding school improvement policy to better address barriers to learning and integrate public health concerns. Policy Futures in Education, 9(3).

Adelman, H. S. & Taylor, L. (2010). Placing Prevention into the Context of School Improvement. In B. Doll, W. Pfohl, & J. Yoon (eds) Handbook of Youth Prevention Science. New York: Routledge.

Atkins MS, Hoagwood KE, Kutash K, Seidman E. (2010). Toward the integration of education and mental health in schools. Adm Policy Ment Health, 37, 40-47.

Ballard KL, Sander MA, Klimes-Dougan B. (2013). School-related and social-emotional outcomes of providing mental health services in schools. Community Ment. Health J.

Bershad, C., & Blaber, C. (2011). Realizing the Promise of the Whole-School Approach to Children’s Mental Health: A Practical Guide for Schools. National Center for Mental Health Promotion and Youth Violence Prevention. Education Development Center

Buchanan, C.L.,Daly, B.P., Taylor, L.K., Weist, M.D., Wandersman, A. (2011). Expanding Interdisciplinary Collaboration in School Mental Health: The Role of Graduate Programs. Emotional & Behavioral Disorders in Youth, 11, 67-72.

Iachini, A.L., Anderson-Butcher, D., Mellin, E.A. (2013). Exploring best practice teaming strategies among school-based teams: implications for school mental health practice and research. Advances in School Mental Health Promotion. 6(2), 139-154.

Iachini, A.L., Warren, M., Splett, J.W., George, M.W, Taylor, L.K., Weist, M.D. (2014). Exploring the impact of a pre-service interprofessional educational intervention for school mental health trainees. Journal of Interprofessional Care.1-3.

Killea, A. (2014).Addressing school mental health in a Texas public school district: An action research study. Dissertation Research. http://smhp.psych.ucla.edu/pdfdocs/killeadissertation.pdf

Mellin, E.A., Taylor, L., & Weist, M,D. (2014). The expanded school mental health collaboration instrument [school version]: Development and initial psychometrics. School Mental Health, 6, 151-162.

Miller, L., Taha, L., Jensen, E. (2013). From guidance to school counseling: New models in school mental health. In Clauss-Ehlers, C.S., Serpell, Z.N., Weist, M.D. (Ed), Handbook of Culturally Responsive School Mental Health: Advancing Research, Training, Practice, and Policy. Springer New York.

Murray, M., McDaniel, H., Weist, M. (2013). Looking back and ahead for Advances in School Mental Health Promotion. Advances in School Mental Health Promotion. 6(3), 155-157.

Pullman, M.D., Daly, B.P., Sander, M.A., Bruns, E.J. (2014). Improving the impact of school-based mental health and other supportive programs on students' academic outcomes: How do we get there from here? Advances in School Mental Health Promotion. 7(1), 1-4.

Tegethoff M., Stalujanis E., Belardi A., Meinlschmidt G. (2014). School Mental Health Services: Signpost for Out-of-School Service Utilization in Adolescents with Mental Disorders? A Nationally Representative United States Cohort. PLoS ONE. 9(6).

Taylor, L. & Adelman, H. S. (2013). Mental Health in Schools: Opportunities and Challenges. In Maller, D. (ed) The Praeger Handbook of Community Mental Health Practice. Praeger. Vol. 2, Chapter 5, pp. 85-100

Taylor, L.K., Weist, M.D., Á Deloach, K. (2012). Exploring the Use of the Interactive Systems Framework to Guide School Mental Health Services in Post-disaster Contexts: Building Community Capacity for Trauma-Focused Interventions. American Journal of Community Psychology.

Universities in the UK. Me and my school: Findings from the national evaluation of targeted mental health in schools 2008-2011. https://www.education.gov.uk/publications/eOrderingDownload/DFE-RR177.pdf

Walter, H.J., Gouze, K., Cicchetti, C., et al. (2011). A pilot demonstration of comprehensive mental health services in inner-city public schools. J Sch Health, 81, 185-193.

Wei, Y., Kutcher, S., & Szumilas, M. (2011). Comprehensive school mental health: An integrated “school-based pathway to care” model for canadian secondary schools. McGill Journal of Education, 46, 213-229.

Wei, Y. & Kutcher, S. (2012). International School Mental Health: Global Approaches, Global Challenges, and Global Opportunities. Child & Adolescent Psychiatric Clinics of North America, 21,11-27. Zeng, G., Boe, E.E., Bulotsky-Shearer, R.J., Garrett, S.D., Slaughter-Defoe, D., Brown, E.D., & Lopez, B. (2013). Integrating U.S. Federal Efforts to Address the Multifaceted Problems of Children: A Historical Perspective on National Education and Child Mental Health Policies. School Mental Health. 5(3), pp 119-131.

Wolpert, M., Humphrey, N., Belsky, J., Deighton, J. (2013). Embedding mental health support in schools: learning from the Targeted Mental Health in Schools (TaMHS) national evaluation. Emotional and Behavioral Difficulties 18(3), 270-283.

2000-2009

Books

Adelman, H.S. & Taylor, L. (2008). Rebuilding for Learning:Addressing Barriers to Learning and Teaching and Re-engaging Students. New York, NY: Scholastic Inc.

Adelman, H.S. & Taylor, L. (2006). The Implementation Guide to Student Learning Supports: New Directions for Addressing Barriers to Learning. Thousand Oaks, CA: Corwin Press.

Adelman, H.S. & Taylor, L. (2006). The School Leader's Guide to Student Learning Supports: New Directions for Addressing Barriers to Learning. Thousand Oaks, CA: Corwin Press.

Barrett, P.M., & Ollendick, T.H. (2004). Handbook of interventions that work with children and adolescents: Prevention and treatment. West Sussex, England: Wiley.

Christner, R. & Mennuti, R. (Eds) (2008). School-Based Mental Health: A practitioner's Guide to Comparative Practices. Routledge Publishing.  

Dimmitt, C., Carey, J.C., & Hatch, T. (2007). Evidence-based school counseling: Making a difference with data-driven practices. Thousand Oaks, CA: Corwin.  

Doll, B. & Cummings, J. (Eds) (22008). Transforming school mental health services: Population-based approaches to promoting the competency and wellness of children. Thousand Oaks, CA: Corwin Press.

Evans, S.W., Weist, M.D. & Zewelanji S. (Eds) (2007). Advances in School-Based Mental Health Interventions: Best Practices and Program Models, Volume II. New York, NY. Civic Research Institute.

Fishbaugh, M.S.E., Berkeley, T.R., & Schroth, G. (Eds) (2002). Ensuring Safe School Environments: Exploring Issues-Seeking Solution. Mahwah, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum.

Franklin, C., Harris, M., & Allen-Mears, P. (Eds.),(2006). School social work and mental health workers training and resource manual. New York: Oxford University Press.

Kline, F.M., & Silver, L.B. (2004).(Eds.) Educator's guide to mental health issues in the classroom. Paul H. Brookes Publishing Co., Inc. Baltimore, MD.

Raines J.C. (2008). Evidence Based Practice in School Mental Health. Oxford University Press

Robinson, K.(Ed) (2004), Advances in school-based mental health. Creative Research Institute.

Thomas, A., & Grimes, J. (Eds.). (2002). Best practices in school psychology -- IV. Washington, DC: National Association for School Psychologists.

Waller, R.J. (Ed), Fostering child and adolescent mental health in the classroom. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications.  

Weist, M., Evans, S., & Lever, N. (Eds) (2003). Handbook of School Mental Health: Advancing Practices and Research. Norwell, MA: Kluwer Academic Publishers.

Chapters (2000-2009)

Adelman, H.S. & Taylor, L. (2003). Toward a comprehensive policy vision for mental health in schools. In Handbook of School Mental Health: Advancing Practices and Research. M. Weist, S. Evans, N. Lever (Eds) Norwell, MA: Kluwer Academic Publishers.

Adelman, H.S. & Taylor, L. (2007). Enhancing schools as caring environments. In R. Talley (Ed.), Building community caregiving capacity. Oxford University Press.

Adelman, H. S. & Taylor, L. (2008). School-wide approaches to addressing barriers to learning and teaching. In B. Doll & J. Cummings (Eds.) Transforming school mental health services: Population-based approaches to promoting the competency and wellness of children. Thousand Oaks, CA: Corwin Press.

Adelman, H. S. & Taylor, L. (2008). Ending the Marginalization of Mental Health in Schools: A comprehensive Approach. In R. Christner & R. Mennuti (Eds.). School-Based Mental Health: A practitioner's Guide to Comparative Practices. Routledge Publishing.

Adelman, H.S., & Taylor, L. (2003). Toward a comprehensive policy vision for mental health in schools. In M. Weist, S. Evans, & N. Lever (Eds.), Handbook of school mental health programs. NY: Kluwer.

Adelman, H.S., & Taylor, L. (2002). School counselors and school reform: New directions. Professional School Counseling, 5, 235-248.

Anglin, T.M.,(2003). Mental health in school: Program of the federal government Handbook of school mental health programs: Advancing practice and research. M. Weist, S. Evans, N. Lever (Eds) Norwell, MA: Kluwer Academic Publishers

Brener ND, Weist M, Adelman H, Taylor L, & Vernon-Smiley M. (2007). Mental health and social services: results from the School Health Policies and Programs Study 2006. Journal of School health. 77: 486-499.

Faran, M.E., Weist, M.D. Saito, A.Y., Yoshikami, L., Weiser, J.W., Kaer, B. (2003). School-based mental health on a United States army installation. Handbook of school mental health programs: Advancing practice and research. .

Flaherty LT, Osher D. (2003) History of schoolbased mental health services in the United States; in Handbook of School Mental Health: Advancing Practice and Research. Edited by Weist MD, Evans SW, Lever NA. New York, Kluwer Academic/Plenum.

Jacobs, A.K., Randall, C., Vernberg, E.M., Roberts, M.C., & Nyre, J.E. (2005). Providing Services within a School-Based Intensive Mental Health Program. In Steele R.G. & Roberts, M.C. (Eds), Handbook of mental health services for children, adolescents, and families. Issues in clinical psychology.New York, NY: Kluwer Academic/Plenum Publishers.

Kazdin, A.E. & Weisz, J.R. (Eds.) (2003). Evidence-based psychotherapies for children and adolescents. New York: Guilford.

Kerr, M.M. (2003) Preventing and Addressing Crises And Violence-Related Problems in Schools Handbook of school mental health programs: Advancing practice and research. M. Weist, S. Evans, N. Lever (Eds) Norwell, MA:Kluwer Academic Publishers.

Lawson, H.A., Quinn, K.P., Hardiman, E., & R.L. Jr. (2006). Mental Health Needs and Problems as Opportunities for Expanding the boundaries of School Improvement. In Waller, R.J. (Ed), Fostering child and adolescent mental health in the classroom. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications.

Lever, N.A., Adelsheim, S., Prodente, C., Christodulu, K.V., Ambrose, M.G., Schlitt, J., Weist, M.D., (2003). System, agency and stakeholder collaboration to advance mental health programs in schools. In Handbook of school mental health programs: Advancing practice and research.

Mayes, R., Bagwell, C., & Erkulwater J. (2008). Medicating Children: ADHD and Pediatric Mental Health. Harvard University Press. Boston, MA.

Nabors, L.A., Lehmkuhl, H.D., & Weist, M.D. (2003). Continuous quality improvement and evaluation of expanded school mental health programs Handbook of school mental health programs: Advancing practice and research. M. Weist, S. Evans, N. Lever (Eds) Norwell, MA:Kluwer Academic Publishers

Raines J.C. (2008). Evidence Based Practice in School Mental Health. Oxford University Press

Romer, D. & McIntosh, M. (2005). The roles and perspectives of school mental health professionals in promoting adolescent mental health. In Dwight L. Evans, Edna B. Foa, Raquel E. Gur, Herbert Hendin, Charles P. O'Brien, Martin E. P. Seligman, & Timothy B. Walsh (Eds.), Treating and preventing adolescent mental health disorders , 597-615. New York: Oxford University Press.

Steiner, H., (ed.) (2004). Handbook of mental health interventions in children and adolescents: An integrated developmental approach. Jossey-Bass. San Francisco, CA.

Taylor, L. & Adelman. H.S. (2001). Enlisting appropriate parental cooperation and involvement in children's mental health treatment. The Mental Health Desk Reference, Eds. E.R. Welfel & R. E. Ingersoll. Wiley: New York.

Taylor, L. & Adelman, H.S. (2002). School-community relations: Policy and practice. Chapter in Ensuring Safe School Environments: Exploring Issues-Seeking Solution. M.S.E. Fishbaugh, T.R. Berkeley, & G. Schroth (Eds.). Mahwah, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum.

Taylor, L., & Adelman, H.S. (2006). Want to work with schools? What’s involved in successful linkages? In C. Franklin, M. B. Harris, & P. Allen-Mears (Eds.), School social work and mental health workers training and resource manual. New York: Oxford University Press.

Taylor, L., & Adelman, H.S. (2004). Advancing mental health in schools: Guiding frameworks and strategic approaches. In K. Robinson (Ed.), Advances in school-based mental health. Creative Research Institute.

Vernberg, E.M., Robert, M.C., &: Nyre, J.E. (2002). School-based intensive mental health treatment. In D.T. Marsh & M.A. Fristad (Eds.), Handbook of serious emotional disturbance in children and adolescents (pp. 412-427). New York: Wiley.

Weist, M.D., Evans, S., & Lever N. (Eds) (2003). Handbook on school mental health programs: Advancing practice and research Norwell, MA: Kluwer Academic Publishers.

Weist, M.D., Proescher, E., Prodente, c., Ambrose, M., & Waxman, R. (2001). Mental health, and education staff working together in schools. In I. H. Berkovitz (Ed.), Child and Adolescent Psychiatric Clinics of North America: School Consultation/Intervention, 10(1), 33-43. School Consulation Intervention (pp. 33-43). Philadelphia: Saunders.

Zins J.E., Bloodworth M.R., Weissberg R.P., et al. (2004). The scientific base linking social and emotional learning to school success; in Building Academic Success on Social and Emotional Learning: What Does the Research Say? Edited by Zins JE, Bloodworth MR, Weissberg RP, et al. New York, Columbia University, Teachers' College

Articles (2000-2009)

Acosta, O., Tashman, N., Prodente, C., & Proescher, E. (2002). Establishing successful school mental health programs: Guidelines and recommendations. In H. Ghuman, M. Weist, & R. Sarles (Eds.), Providing mental health services to youth where they are: School and other community-based approaches (pp. 57-74). New York: Brunner-Routledge.

Adelman, H.S. & Taylor, L. (2000). Looking at School Health and School Reform Policy Through the Lens of Addressing Barriers to Learning. Children's Services: Social Policy, Research, and Practice, 3(2), 117-132.

Adelman, H.S. & Taylor, L. (2000). Moving prevention from the fringes into the fabric of school improvement. Journal of Educational and Psychological Consultation, 11(1), 7-36.

Adelman, H.S. & Taylor, L. (2000). Promoting mental health in schools in the midst of school reform. Journal of School Health, 70, 171-178.

Adelman, H.S. & Taylor, L. (2000). Shaping the Future of Mental Health in Schools. Psychology in the Schools, 37(1), 49-60.

Adelman, H.S. & Taylor, L. (2002). Aligning school accountability, outcomes, and evidence-based practices. Data Matters Spr/Sum 2002, 5.

Adelman, H.S. & Taylor, L. (2004). Advancing mental health in schools: Guiding frameworks and strategic approaches. In Advances in School-Based Mental Health K. Robinson (Ed.) Kingston, NJ:Civic Research Institute.

Adelman, H.S. & Taylor, L. (2002). Building Comprehensive, Multifaceted, and Integrated Approaches to Addressing Barriers to Student Learning. In Childhood Education, 78(5), 261-268.

Adelman, H.S. & Taylor, L. (2002). Commentary: Advancing mental health science and practice through authentic collaboration. School Psychology Review. 32(1), 55-58.

Adelman, H.S. & Taylor, L. (2002). Impediments to Enhancing Availability of mental Health Services in Schools: Fragmentation, Overspecialization, Counterproductive Competition, and Marginalization. Paper commissioned by the National Association of School Psychologists and the ERIC Clearinghouse on Counseling and Student Services (ERIC/CASS). Published by the ERIC/CASS Clearinghouse.

Adelman, H.S. & Taylor, L. (2002). Creating school and community partnerships for substance abuse prevention programs. Journal of Primary Prevention. 23(3), 331-371.

Adelman, H.S. & Taylor, L. (2002). Lenses Used Determine Lessons Learned. Journal of Education and Psychological Consultation, 13(3), 227-236.

Adelman, H.S. & Taylor, L. (2002). Lessons learned from working with a district's mental health unit. Childhood Education, 78(5), 295-300.

Adelman, H.S. & Taylor, L. (2002). School counselors and school reform: New directions. Professional School Counseling. 5(4), 235-248.

Adelman, H.S. & Taylor, L. (2002). So you want higher achievement scores? It's time to rethink learning supports. The State Education Standard, Autumn 2002, National Association of State Boards of Education, Alexandria, VA.

Adelman, H.S. & Taylor, L. (2003). Creating school and community partnerships for substance abuse prevention programs. Commissioned by SAMHSA's Center for Substance Abuse Prevention. Journal of Primary Prevention, 23, 331-369.

Adelman, H.S. & Taylor, L. (2003). On sustainability of project innovations as systemic change. Journal of Education and Psychological Consultation, 14(1), 1-25.

Adelman, H.S. & Taylor, L. (2003). Rethinking school psychology (commentary on public health framework series) Journal of School Psychology 41, 83-90.

Adelman, H.S. & Taylor, L. (2004). Mental Health in Urban Schools. National Institute for Urban School Improvement.

Adelman, H.S. & Taylor, L. (2004). Mental Health in Schools: A Shared Agenda. Emotional & Behavioral Disorders in Youth. Vol 4(3)

Adelman, H.S. & Taylor, L. (2005). Classroom climate. In S. W. Lee (Ed.), Encyclopedia of school psychology, Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage.

Adelman, H.S. & Taylor, L. (2006). Mapping a school’s resources to improve their use in preventing and ameliorating problems. In C. Franklin, M. B. Harris, & P. Allen-Mears (Eds.), School social work and mental health workers training and resource manual. New York: Oxford University Press.

Adelman, H.S. & Taylor, L. (2006). Mental Health in Schools and Public Health. Public Health Reports, 121, 294-298.

Adelman, H.S. & Taylor, L. (2006). Mental health of children and youth and the role of public health professionals. Public Health Reports, 121, 294-298.

Adelman, H.S. & Taylor, L. (2006). Reorganizing student supports to enhance equity. In E. Lopez, G. Esquivel, & S. Nahari (Eds.), Handbook of multicultural school psychology. Mahwah, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates.

Adelman, H.S. & Taylor, L. (2006). School and community collaboration to promote a safe learning environment. State Education Standard. (journal of the National Association of State Boards of Education), 7, 38-43.

Adelman, H.S. & Taylor, L. (2007). Fostering School, Family, and Community Involvement. Guidebook in series, Safe and Secure: Guides to Creating Safer Schools. Developed by the Northwest Regional Educational Laboratory and the Hamilton Fish Institute.

Adelman, H.S. & Taylor, L. (2007). Safe Schools in the Context of School Improvement. In: Proceedings of Persistently Safe Schools: The 2007 National Conference on Safe Schools. Hamilton Fish Institute, Washington, DC.

Adelman, H. S. & Taylor, L. (2009). Ending the Marginalization of Mental Health in Schools: A comprehensive Approach. In R. Christner & R. Mennuti (Eds.). School-Based Mental Health: A practitioner's Guide to Comparative Practices. Routledge Publishing

Adelman, H.S. & Taylor, L. (2009). School Dropout Prevention: A Public Health Role for Primary Health Care Providers. Developmental and Behavioral News, Vol 18 (1), Spring 2009.

Adelman, H.S. & Taylor, L. (2010). Mental Health in Schools: Engaging Learners, Preventing Problems, and Improving Schools. Thousand Oaks, CA: Corwin Press.

Adelman, H.S. & Taylor, L. (2010). Placing Prevention into the Context of School Improvement. In B. Doll (ed) Handbook of Youth Prevention Science. Routledge Publishing.

Adelsheim, S. (2000). Addressing barriers to development and learning: School, family, community and agency partnerships in New Mexico. Counseling and Human Development, 32, 1-12.

Adelsheim, S., Carrillo, C., & Coletta, E. (2001). Developing school health in a rural state: The New Mexico school mental health initiative. Child and Adolescent Psychiatric Clinics of North America, 10(1), 151-159.

American Academy of Pediatrics (2004). School-Based Mental Health Services, Committee on School Health. Pediatrics Vol. 113 No. 6, pp. 1839-1845.

Andis, P., Cashman, J., Oglesby, O., Praschil, R., Adelman, H., Taylor, L., & Weist, M. (2002). A strategic and shared agenda to advance mental health in schools through family and system partnerships. The International Journal of Mental Health Promotion, 4(4).

Armbruster P. (2002). The administration of school-based mental health services. Child & Adolescent Psych. Clinics of N. Am, 11(1), 23-41.

Atkins, M., Adil, J.A., Jackson, M., Talbott, E., & Bell, C.C. (2001). PALS: An ecological approach to school-based mental health services in urban schools. Report on Emotional & Behavioral Disorders in Youth, 1, 75-77, 91-92.

Atkins, M., Frazier, S., Birman, D., Adil, J. A., Jackson, M., Graczyk, P., Talbott, E., Farmer, D., Bell, C., & McKay, M. (2006). School-based mental health services for children living in high poverty urban communities. Administration and Policy in Mental Health and Mental Health Services Research, 33, 146-159.

Atkins, M., Frazier, S., Leathers, S., Graczyk, P., Talbott, E., Adil, J., Marinez-Lora, A., Jakobsons, L., Bell, C., Demirtas, H., & Gibbons, R. (2008). Teacher key opinion leaders and mental health consultation in urban low-income schools. Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology, 76, 905-908.

Atkins, M. S., Graczyk, P. A., Frazier, S. L., & Abdul-Adil, J. (2003). Toward a new model of promoting urban children's mental health: Accessible, effective, and sustainable school-based mental health services. School Psychology Review, 32, 503-514.

Atkins, M., Hoagwood, K., Kutash, K., & Seidman, E. (2009). (in press). A public health approach for children's mental health services: Incorporation with school reform. Administration and Policy in Mental Health and Mental Health Services Research.

Atkins, M., Hoagwood, K., Kutash, K., & Seidman, E. (2010). Toward the integration of education and mental health in schools. Administration and Policy in Mental Health and Mental Health Services Research, 37 (1-2), 40-47.

Bailey, A.M. (2005). School-Based mental health providers: Characteristics, tasks, and job responsibilities. Dissertation Abstracts International Section A: Humanities and Social Sciences, 65(10-A), 3988.

Baker, J., et al, (2003) The developmental context of school satisfaction: Schools as psychologically healthy environments. School Psychology Quarterly 18(2) 206-221.

Balon, R. (2006). Treating and Preventing Adolescent Mental Health disorders: What we Know and What We Don't Know. A Research Agenda for Improving the Mental Health of Our Youth. American Journal of Psychiatry, 163(4), 753-754.

Benner, Gregory J., Lane, K., Nelson, J. Ron, & Smith, B.W. (2004). Academic Achievement of K-12 Students with Emotional and Behavioral Disorders. Exceptional Children

Blackorby, J., et al. The Academic Performace of Secondary School Students with Disabilities. The Achievements of Youth with Disabilities during Secondary School (Menlo Park, Calif.: SRI International, 2003), 4.1-4.14.

Bond, L., Bowes, G., Butler, H., Carlin, J., Glover, S., & Patton, G.J., (2007). Social and School Connectedness in Early Secondary School as Predictiors of Late Teenage Substance Use, Mental Health, and Academic Outcomes. Adolesc Health, 40(4), 357.e9-18.

Bostic, J.Q.& Bagnell, A.L. (2012) (Guest Eds.) Special Issue: Evidence-Based School Psychiatry, Journal: Child and Adolescent Psychiatric Clinics of North America. See contents at http://www.childpsych.theclinics.com/home

Bracey, J.R., Arzubi, E.R., Vanderploeg, J.J., & Franks, R.P. (2013). Improving Outcomes for Children in Schools: Expanded School Mental Health. Child Health and Development Institute of Connecticut

Borg, A., & Irwin, M. (2002). Strategies to support the emotional wellness of children, families, and staff: Findings from a Head Start Mental Health Task Force. Education Development Center, Inc.Newton, MA

Brener, N.D., & Weist, M.D. (2001). Mental health in social services: Results from the School Health Policies and Programs Study 2000. Journal of School Health, 71, 305-312.

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Young T.L., & Ireson, C. (2003). Effectiveness of school-based telehealth care in urban and rural elementary schools. Pediatics, Nov; 112(5):1088-94.

Before 2000

Books

Adler, L., & Gardner, S. (Eds.), (1994). The politics of linking schools and social services. Washington, DC: Falmer Press.

Albee, G.W., & Gullotta, T.P. (Eds.). (1997). Primary prevention works. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage.

Bond, L., & Compas, B. (Eds.). (1989). Primary prevention in the schools. Newbury Park: Sage.

Dryfoos, J.G. (1990). Adolescents at risk: Prevalence and prevention. London: Oxford University Press.

Dryfoos, J. G. (l994). Full-service schools: A revolution in health and social services for children, youth and families. San Francisco, CA.: Jossey-Bass.

Dryfoos, J. G. (l998). Safe passage: Making it through adolescence in a risky society. New York: Oxford University Press.

Durlak, J.A. (1995). School-based prevention programs for children and adolescents. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage.

Goleman, D. (1995). Emotional intelligence. New York: Bantam Books, Inc.

Knitzer, J., Steinberg, Z., & Fleisch, B. (1990). At the schoolhouse door: An examination of programs and policies for children with behavioral and emotional problems. NY: Bank Street College of Education.

Scattergood, P, Dash, K., Epstein, J., & Adler, M. (1998). Applying effective strategies to prevent or reduce substance abuse, violence, and disruptive behavior among youth. Newton, MA: Educational Development Center, Inc.

Schorr, L.B. (l997). Common purpose: Strengthening families and neighborhoods to rebuild America. New York: Anchor Books.

Slavin, R. (1990). Cooperative Learning: Theory, Research, and Practice. Englewood Cliffs, NJ: Prentice Hall.

Slavin, R., Karweit, N., & Wasik. (1994). Preventing early school failure: Research on effective strategies. Boston: Allyn & Bacon.

Stringfield, S., Ross, S., & Smith, L. (eds.). (1996). Bold plans for school restructuring: The New American School Designs. Mahwah, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum Assocs.

Watkins, T. R., & Callicutt, J. W. (Eds.) (1997). Mental health policy and practice today. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage.

Weissberg, R.P., Gullotta, T.P., Hamptom, R.L., Ryan, B.A., & Adams, G.R. (Eds.). (1997). Establishing preventive services, pp. 253-289. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage.

Wolraich, M.L, Felice, M.E., & Drotar, D. (1996). The Classification of Child and Adolescent Mental Diagnoses in Primary Care:Diagnostic and Statistical Manual for Primary Care (DSMPC) Child and Adolescent Version. American Academy of Pediatrics.

Articles/Chapters (Before 2000)

Abbott R.D., O’Donnell J., Hawkins J.D., Hill K.G., Kosterman R., & Catalano R.F. (1998) Changing teaching practices to promote achievement and bonding to school. Am J Orthopsychiatry, 68(4), 542-52.

Adelman, H.S. (1993). School-linked mental health interventions: Toward mechanisms for service coordination and integration. Journal of Community Psychology, 21, 309-319.

Adelman, H.S. (1995). Clinical psychology: Beyond psychopathology and clinical interventions, Clinical Psychology: Science and Practice, 2, 28-44.

Adelman, H.S. (1994). On intervening to enhance home involvement in schooling. Intervention in School and Clinic, 29, 276-287.

Adelman, H.S. (1996). Restructuring education support services and integrating community resources: Beyond the full service school model. School Psychology Review, 25, 431-445.

Adelman, H.S. (1996). Restructuring education support services: Toward the concept of an enabling component. Kent, OH: American School Health Association.

Adelman, H.S. (1998). School counseling, psychological, and social services. In E. Marx & S.F. Wooley, with D. Northrop (Eds.),Health is academic: A Guide to coordinate school health programs. Teachers College Press.

Adelman, H.S., Barker, L.A., & Nelson, P. (1993). A study of a school-based clinic: Who uses it and who doesn't? Journal of Clinical Child Psychology, 22, 52-59.

Adelman, H.S., Reyna, C., Collins, R., Onghai, J. & Taylor, L. (1999). Fundamental Concerns About Policy for Addressing Barriers to Student Learning. Reading & Writing Quarterly, 15(4), 327-350.

Adelman H.S., & Taylor L. (1991). Mental health facets of the school-based health center movement: Need and opportunity for research and development.  J Ment Health Adm, 18(3), 272-283.

Adelman, H.S. & Taylor, L. (1993). School-based mental health: Toward a comprehensive approach. Journal of Mental Health Administration, 20, 32-45.

Adelman, H.S. & Taylor, L. (1997). Addressing barriers to learning: Beyond school- linked services and full service schools. American Journal of Orthopsychiatry, 67, 408-421.

Adelman, H.S. & Taylor, L. (1997). Toward a scale-up model for replicating new approaches to schooling. Journal of Educational and Psychological Consultation, 8, 197-230.

Adelman, H.S. & Taylor, L. (1998). Involving teachers in collaborative efforts to better address barriers to student learning. Preventing School Failure, 42, 55-60.

Adelman, H.S. & Taylor, L. (1998). Mental health in schools: Moving forward. School Psychology Review, 27,175-190.

Adelman, H.S. & Taylor, L. (1998). Psychosocial screening. Scarborough, ME: National Association of School Nurses

Adelman, H.S. & Taylor, L. (1998). Reframing mental health in schools and expanding school reform. Educational Psychologist, 33,135-152.

Adelman, H.S. & Taylor, L. (1999). Mental health in schools and system restructuring. Clinical Psychology Review,19, 137-163.

Adelman, H.S., Taylor, L., Bradley B., & Lewis K.D. (1997). Mental Health in schools: expanded opportunities for school nurses. J Sch Nursing, 13(3), 6-12

Adelman, H.S., Taylor, L., & Schnieder, M. (1999). A school-wide component to address barriers to learning. Reading and Writing Quarterly 15, 277-302.

Adelman, H.S., Taylor, L., Weist, M.D., Adelsheim, S., Freeman, B., Kapp, L., Lahti, M., & Mawn, D. (1999). Mental health in schools: A federal initiative. Children Services: Social Policy, Research, and Practice, 2, 99-119.

Adelson S.L. (1999). Psychiatric public health opportunities in school-based health centers. Adolescent psychiatry: Development and clinical studies. Annals of the American Society for Adolescent Psychiatry, 24, 75-89.

Anglin, T.M., Naylor, K.E., & Kaplan, D.W. (1996). Comprehensive, school-based health care: High school students' use of medical, mental health, and substance abuse services. Pediatrics, 97, 318-330.

Armbruster, P. Andrews, E., Couenhoven, J., Blau, G.(1999). Collision or collaboration? School-based health services meet managed care. Clinical Psychology Review, 19,221-237.

Armbruster, P., Gerstein, S.H., & Fallon, t. (1997). Bridging the gap between need and service utilization: A school-based mental health program. Community Mental Health Journal, 33, 199-211.

Armbruster, P., & Lichtman, J. (1999). Are school-based mental health services effective? Evidence from 36 inner city schools. Community Mental Health Journal, 35(6), 493-504.

Atkins, M., McKay, M., Arvanitis, P., London, L., Madison, S., Costigan, C., Haney P., Zevenbergen, A., Hess, L., Bennett, D., & Webster, D. (1998). An ecological model for school-based mental health service for urban low income aggressive children. The Journal of Behavioral Health Services & Research, 5, 64-75.

Barker, L.A., & Adelman, H.S. (1994). Mental health status and help-seeking among ethnic minority adolescents. Journal of Adolescence, 17, 251-263.

Bickham, N.L., Pizarro, L.J., Warner, B.S., Rosenthal, B. & Weist, M.D. (1998). Family involvement in expanded school mental health. Journal of School Health, 68, 425-428.

Borders, L.D., & Drury, S.M. (1992). Comprehensive school counseling programs: A review for policymakers and practitioners. Journal of Counseling & Development, 70, 487-498.

Burchard, J.D. & Schaefer, M. (1992). Improving accountability in a service delivery system in children's mental health. Clinical Psychology Review, 12, 867-882.

Burns, B.J., Costello, E.J., Angold, A., Tweed, D., Stangl, D., Farmer, E.M.Z., and Erkanli, A. (1995). Children's mental health service use across service sectors. Health Affairs, 14(3): 147-159.

Bussing, R., Zima, B.T., Perwien, A.R., Belin, T.R., & Widawski, M. (1998). Children in special education programs: Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder, use of services, and unmet needs. American Journal of Public Health, 88, 880-886.

Cardenas, J., Taylor, L., & Adelman, H.S. (1993). Transition support for immigrant students. Journal of Multicultural Counseling and Development, 21, 203-210.

Catalano, R. F., & Hawkins, J. D. (l995) Risk-focused prevention: Using the social development strategy. Seattle, WA.: Developmental Research and Programs, Inc.

Carlson, C., Paavola, J., & Talley, R. (1995). Historical, current, and future models of schools as health care delivery settings. School Psychology Quarterly, 10, 184-202.

Carnegie Council on Adolescent Development, (1988). Review of school-based health services. New York: Carnegie Foundation.

Center for Effective Collaboration and Practice, Systems of Care: Promising Practices in Children's Mental Health. Washington, DC: American Institutes for Research.

Center for Mental Health in Schools. (l996). Addressing barriers to learning: Current status and new directions. Los Angeles: Author.

Center for Mental Health in Schools. (l997). Addressing barriers to learning: Closing gaps in school- community policy and practice. Los Angeles: Author.

Center for Mental Health in Schools. (l998). Restructuring Boards of Education to enhance schools' effectiveness in addressing barriers to student learning. Los Angeles: Author. Pediatrics, 113, 1839-1845.

Conoley, J.C., & Conoley, C.W. (1991). Collaboration for child adjustment: Issues for school and clinic-based child psychologists. Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology, 59, 821-829.

Costello, E.J. (1989). Developments in child psychiatric epidemiology. Journal of the American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry, 28, 836-841.

Cowen, E.L. (1997). On the semantics and operations of primary prevention and wellness enhancement (or will the real primary prevention please stand up?). American Journal of Community Psychology, 25, 245-257.

Cowen, E.L. Hightower, D.A., Pedro-Carroll, J.P., Work, W.C., Wyman, P.A., & Haffey, W.G. (1996). School-based prevention of children at risk: The Primary Mental Health Project. Washington, DC: American Psychological Association.

Cowen, E.L., Izzo, L.D., Miles, H., et al. (1963). A preventive mental health program in the school setting: Description and evaluation. The Journal of School Psychology, 56, 307-356.

Davis, N. J. (1999). Resilience: Status of the Research and Research-Based Programs. Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration, Center for Mental Health Services: Washington, D.C.

Day, C., & Roberts, M.C. (1991). Activities of the Children and Adolescent Service System Program for improving mental health services for children and families. Journal of Clinical Child Psychology, 20, 340-350.

Doll, B., & Lyon, M.A. (1998). Risk and resilience: Implications for the delivery of mental health service in the schools. School Psychology Review, 27, 348-363.

Dubow, E. & Tisak, J. (1989). The relation between stressful life events and adjustment in elementary school children: the role of social support and social problem-solving skills. Child Development, 60, 1412-1423.

Duchnowski, A.J. (1994). Innovative service models: Education. Journal of Clinical Child Psychology, 23, 13-18.

Duchnowski, A.J., & Friedman, R.M. (1990). Children's mental health: Challenges for the nineties. Journal of Mental Health Administration, 17, 3-12.

Durlak, J.A., & Wells, A.M. (1997). Primary prevention programs for children and adolescents: A meta-analytic review. American Journal of Community Psychology, 25, 115-152.

Duttweiler, P.C. (1995). Effective strategies for educating students in at risk situations. Clemson, SC: National Dropout Prevention Center.

Dwyer, K.P., & Bernstein, R. (1998). Mental health in the schools: 'Linking islands of hope in a sea of despair.' School Psychology Review,, 27(2), 277-287.

Eisen M., Palletto C., & Bradner C. (1999). Problem behavior prevention and school-based health centers: Programs and prospects. Washington, DC., Urban Institute.

Elliott, D. S. (1998). Blueprints for Violence Prevention. Center for the Study and Prevention of Violence, Institute of Behavioral Science, University of Colorado, Boulder.

Evans, S.W. (1999). Mental health services in schools: utilization, effectiveness, and consent Clinical Psychology Review, 19, 165-178.

Far West Laboratory. (1989). Cooperative learning in the classroom. Knowledge Brief.

Flaherty, L.T., Garrison, E.G., Waxman, R., Uris, P.F., Keys, S.G., Glass-Siegel, M. & Weist, M.D. (1998). Optimizing the roles of school mental health professionals. Journal of School Health, 68, 420-424.

Flaherty, L.T., & Weist, M.D. (1999). School-based mental health services: The Baltimore models. Psychology in the School, 36, 379-389.

Flaherty, L.T., Weist, M.D., & Warner, B.S. (1996). School-based mental health services in the United States: History, current models, and needs. Community Mental Health Journal, 25, 341-352.

Fletcher, A. (1999) After School Learning and Safe Neighborhoods Partnerships: Implementation Approaches. California Wellness Foundation: Woodland Hills, CA. And Foundation Consortium: Sacramento, CA.

Forness, S.R., & Hoagwood, K. (1993). Where angels fear to tread: Issues in sampling, design, and implementation of school-based mental health services research. School Psychology Quarterly, 8, 291-300.

Foster, S., Rollefson, M., Doksum, T., Noonan, D., Robinson, G., & Teich, J. (2005). School Mental Health Services in the United States, 2002–2003. DHHS Pub. No. (SMA) 05-4068. Rockville, MD: Center for Mental Health Services, Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration.

Franklin, C. & Streeter, C.L. (1995). School reform: Linking public schools with human services. Social Work, 40, 773-782.

Freeman, E.M., & Pennekamp, M. (1988). Social work practice: Toward a child, family, school, community perspective. Springfield, Ill: Charles Thomas Pub.

Friedman, R.M., Katz-Leavy, J., Manderscheid, R., & Sondheimer, D. (1996). Prevalence of serious emotional disturbance in children and adolescents. An update. In R.W. Manderscheid & M.A. Sonnenschein (Eds.), Mental health, United States, 1998 (pp. 110-112).

Garrison, E.G, Roy, I., Azar, V. (1999). Responding to the mental health needs of latino children and families through school-based services. Clinical Psychology Review, 19, 199-219. centers and academic performance: research, challenges, and recommendations. J Sch Health, 74(9),347-52.

Gibson, R.L., & Mitchell, M.H. (1990). Introduction to counseling and guidance (3rd ed.). New York: Macmillan.

Greenberg, M., Kusché, C. & Mihalic, S.F. (1998). Blueprints for Violence Prevention, Book Ten: Promoting Alternative Thinking Strategies (PATHS). Boulder, CO: Center for the Study and Prevention of Violence.

Greenberg M.T., Domitrovich C., & Bumbarger B. (1999). Preventing mental disorders in school-age children: A review of the effectiveness of prevention programs. Prevention Research Center for the Promotion of Human Development – Pennsylvania State University.

Hall, A. S., & Lin, M. (l995). Theory and practice of children's rights: Implications for mental health counselors. Journal of Mental Health Counseling, 17, 63-80.

Han, Y., Rosenthal, B., & Weist M.D. (1999) The development of school-based mental health services in Baltimore

Hawkins J.D., Catalano R.F., Kosterman R., Abbott R., & Hill K.G. (1999) Preventing adolescent health-risk behaviors by strengthening protection during childhood. Arch Pediatr Adolesc Med, 153(3), 226-34.

Haynes, N.M., Comer, J.P., & Hamilton-Lee, M. (1988). The school development program: A model of school improvement. Journal of Negro Education, 57, 11-21.

Hendren R.L., Weisen R.B., & Orley J. (1994). Mental health programs in schools. Geneva: World Health Organization, Division of Mental Health

Henggeler, S.W. (1995). A consensus: Conclusions of the APA Task Force report on innovative models or mental health services for children, adolescents, and their families. Journal of Clinical Child Psychology, 23, 3-6.

Hoagwood, K., & Erwin, H. (1997). Effectiveness of school-based mental health services for children: A 10-year research review. Journal of Child and Family Studies, 6, 435-451.

Hoagwood, K., Jensen, P. S.,Petti, T., &. Burns, B. J. (1996). Outcomes of Mental Health Care for Children and Adolescents: I. A Comprehensive Conceptual Model. Journal of the American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry, 35.

Holtzman, W.H. (1992). (Ed.), Community renewal, family preservation, and child development through the School of the Future. In W.H. Holtzman, (Ed.), School of the Future. Austin, TX: American Psychological Association and Hogg Foundation for Mental Health.

Howard, K. A., Flora, J. & Griffen, M. (1999) Violence-prevention programs in schools: State of the science and implications for future research. Applied & Preventive Psychology 8: 197-215.

Jepson L., Juszczak L., & Fisher M. (1998) Mental health care in a high school-based health service. Adolescence, 33(129), 1-15.

Kazdin, A.E. (1993). Adolescent mental health: Prevention and treatment programs. American Psychologist, 48, 127-141.

Kelleher, K.J., McINery, T.K., Gardner, W.P., Wasserman, R.C., & Stulp, C. (1997). Changing prevalence of clinician-identified psychosocial problems: 1979-1996. Child Ambulatory Health, 3, 156.

Kendall J., & Peterson G. (1996) A school-based mental health clinic for adolescent mothers. J of Child and Adolescent Psychiatric Nurs, 9(2):7-17.

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Knitzer J, Olson L. (1982). Unclaimed Children: The Failure of Public Responsibility to Children and Adolescents in Need of Mental Health Services. Washington, DC, Children's Defense Fund.

Knoff, H., & Batsche, G. (1991). Integrating school and educational psychology to meet the educational and mental health needs of all children. Educational Psychology, 26, 167-183.

Kubiszyn, T. (1999). Integrating health and mental health services in schools: psychologists collaborating with primary care providers. Clinical Psychology Review, 19, 179-198.

Larson, J. (1994). Violence prevention in the schools: A review of selected programs and procedures. School Psychology Review, 23, 151-164.

Leaf, P.J., Alegria, M., Cohen, P., Goodman, S.H., Horwitz, S.M., Hoven, C.W., Narrow, W.E., Vadem-Kierman, M., & Reiger, D.A. (1996). Mental health service use in the community and schools: Results from the four-community MECA Study.(Methods for the Epidemiology of Child and Adolescent Mental Disorders Study.) Journal of the American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry, 35, 889-897.

Lear, J.G., Montgomery, L.L., Schlitt, J.J., & Rickett, K.D. (1996). Key issues affecting school-based health centers and medicaid. Journal of School Health, 66, 83-88.

Levy A.J., Land H. (1994). School-based interventions with depressed minority adolescents. Child Adolesc Soc Work J, 11(1), 21-35.

Lim, C. & Adelman, H.S. (1997). Establishing school-based collaborative teams to coordinate resources: A case study. Social Work in Education, 19, 266-278.

Mazza, J.J. (1997). School-based suicide prevention programs: are they effective? School Psychology Review 26, 382-396.

McGurk, S.R., Cárdenas, J., & Adelman, H.S. (1993). Utilization of a school-based clinic for identification and treatment of adolescent sexual abuse. Journal of Adolescent Health, 14, 196-201.

Morrissey, J.P. (1992). An interorganizational network approach to evaluating children's mental health service systems. New Directions for Program Evaluation, 54, 85-99.

Motes, P.S., Melton, G., Smith, L., & Freeman, B.V. (1996). Developing comprehensive school-based mental health services. Columbia, South Carolina: Institute for Families in Society.

Nabors, L., Weist, M., Tashman, N., & Myers, P. (1999). Quality assurance and school-based mental heatlh services. Psychology in the Schools, 36, 485-493.

Nabors, L.A., Weist, M.D., Holden, E.W., & Tashman, N.A. (1999).Quality Service Provision in Children's Mental Health Care. Children's Services: Social Policy, Research, and Practice, 2, 57-59.

Nastasi, B.K. (1998). A model for mental health programming in schools and communities: Introduction to the mini-series. School Psychology Review, 27, 165-174.

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Nitz, K. (1999). Adolescent pregnancy prevention: a review of interventions and programs. Clinical Psychology Review, 19, 457-471.

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Prodente, C.A., Sander, M.A., & Weist, M.D. (1999). Furthering support for expanded school mental health programs Children's Services: Social Policy, Research, and Practice, 5,173-188.

Pumariega, a.J., & Vance, H.R. (1999). School-based mental health services: The foundation of systems of care for children's mental health. Psychology in the Schools, 36,371-378.

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Shields, J. M., & Johnson, A. (l992). Collision between law and ethics: Consent for treatment with adolescents. Bulletin of the American Academy of Psychiatry and Law, 20, 309-323.

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Taylor, L., & Adelman, H. S. (l989). Reframing the confidentiality dilemma to work in children's best interests. Professional Psychology: Research and Practice, 20, 74-83.

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Taylor, L & Adelman, H.S. (1998). A Policy and Practice Framework to Guide School-Community Connections. Rural Special Education Quarterly, 17(3/4), 62-70.

Taylor, L. & Adelman, H.S. (1999). Personalizing Classroom Instruction to Account for Motivational and Developmental Differences. Reading & Writing Quarterly, 15(4), 255-276.

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Weisz, J.R., Donenberg, G.R., Han, S.S., & Weiss, B. (1995). Bridging the gap between laboratory and clinic in child and adolescent psychotherapy. .Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology, 63, 699-701.

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Some Documents on School Professional Standards and Guidelines

American Counseling Association’s Council for Accreditation of Counseling and Related Educational Programs (CACREP) (1998 draft). The 2001 Standards.

American School Health Association. Guidelines for Comprehensive School Health Programs. Kent, OH: Author.

California Commission on Teacher Credentialing (1998). Recommended School Psychology Specialization Standards. Sacramento, CA: Author.

California Commission on Teacher Credentialing (1998). Preparing Educators for Partnerships with Families. Sacramento, CA: Author.

National Association of School Psychologists (1994). Standards for School Psychology: Training and Field Placement Programs; Standards for Credentialing. Betheseda, MD: Author.

National Association of School Psychologists (1998). Standards for School Psychology: Future Directions in Training and Credentialing. Betheseda, MD: Author.

National Association of Social Workers (1992). NASW Standards for School Social Work Services. Betheseda, MD: Author.

National PTA (1998). National Standards for Parent/Family Involvement Programs. Author.


Other Bibliographic Resources

The Center for Health and Health Care in Schools