EW SPR Webinar Video on SPR YouTube Channel - Promoting Youth Mental Health at School: A Public Health Approach to Effective Prevention and Intervention

By Shane Jimerson posted 04-13-2021 23:57

  
Great to see so many practitioners, students, post-docs, administrators, and faculty participating in the recent SPR ZOOM webinar! For those who would like to view, use it in your class or professional development, or watch it again, the recording is posted on the SPR YouTube Channel. All are welcome to share with lists that may be interested.

TU April 13th, 2021 9-10am PT / 12-1pm ET

SPR ZOOM Webinar: Special Topic Presentation: Promoting Youth Mental Health at School: A Public Health Approach to Effective Prevention and Intervention

Hosted by Shane Jimerson @DrJ_ucsb, featuring Keith Herman, Wendy Reinke, Aaron Thompson, & Kristin Hawley

Topics: Introductions, Key Considerations, Implications for Practice and Policy, Q&A

#SPRBeTheChange
Featuring information and insights from the recent special topic section in SPR.
 
Keith C. Herman, Wendy M. Reinke, Aaron M. Thompson, Kristin M. Hawley, Kelly Wallis, Melissa Stormont, & Clark Peters (2021) A Public Health Approach to Reducing the Societal Prevalence and Burden of Youth Mental Health Problems: Introduction to the Special Issue, School Psychology Review, 50:1, 8-16, DOI: 10.1080/2372966X.2020.1827682

The purpose of this Special Issue is to describe innovative school-related initiatives to reduce the population prevalence of youth mental health concerns. In this introduction to the Special Issue, we identify strategies that have not worked as well as those that have promise in improving youth mental health outcomes. We then provide a brief overview of each article in this issue. The first several articles focus on a comprehensive countywide approach to child and youth mental health that developed out of a unique tax initiative. In combination, these projects screen school-age youth in the county three times a year; support all county schools in providing universal, selective, and indicated interventions based on these screening data; deliver a mentoring program and school-based psychiatric care to youth with more intensive needs; and provide no-cost evidence-based evaluations, referrals, and ongoing progress monitoring to any family with concerns about their child’s mental health. Three additional articles in the Special Issue expand the focus to include other national models, including a statewide initiative in Georgia to bring mental health services to every school, policy issues related to school mental health in South Carolina, and cost analysis strategies for specifying the economic benefit of mental health initiatives.
 
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The SPR Leadership Team

Editor

Shane R. Jimerson

University of California, Santa Barbara

Senior Editor

Jamilia J. Blake

Texas A&M University

Senior Editor

Gary L. Canivez

Eastern Illinois University

Senior Editor

Dorothy L. Espelage

University of North Carolina

Senior Editor

Jorge E. Gonzalez

University of Houston

Senior Editor

Amanda L. Sullivan 

University of Minnesota

Senior Editor

Frank C. Worrell

University of California, Berkeley

Associate Editor

Prerna Arora

Columbia University

Associate Editor

Scott L. Graves

The Ohio State University

Associate Editor

Francis L. Huang

University of Missouri

Associate Editor

Stacy-Ann A. January

University of South Florida

Associate Editor

Tyler L. Renshaw

Utah State University

Associate Editor

Samuel Y. Song

University of Nevada, Las Vegas

Associate Editor

Cixin Wang

University of Maryland

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