The Role of Prevention Science in Promoting Children's Mental Health: A Model for School Psychologists

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The Role of Prevention Science in Promoting Children's Mental Health: A Model for School Psychologists

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Title: The Role of Prevention Science in Promoting Children's Mental Health: A Model for School Psychologists
Author: Agarwal, Geetika; Brooks, Connie; Herman, Keith C.; Reinke, Wendy M.; Robeson, Elise
Keywords: public health
evidence-based prevention programs
school psychology
Date: 2010-10-20
Abstract: Research has shown that early and focused prevention efforts can greatly reduce the costs, economic, psychological and social, borne by families and societies afflicted by poor mental health. With the help of a model program, the poster highlights school psychologists' involvement in prevention science activities to enhance children's mental health. Specifically, the Missouri Prevention Center exemplifies such a model and it is described in detail.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10355/8852

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