School-Based Crisis Intervention: Preparing All Personnel to Assist

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THE GUILFORD PRACTICAL INTERVENTION
IN THE SCHOOLS SERIES

Kenneth W Merrell, Series Editor

Books in this series address the complex academic, behavioral, and social-emotional needs of children and youth at risk. School-based practitioners are provided with practical, research-based, and readily applicable tools to support students and team successfully with teachers, families, and administrators. Each volume is designed to be used directly and frequently in planning and delivering clinical services. Features include a convenient format to facilitate photocopying, step-by-step instructions for assessment and intervention, and helpful, timesaving reproducibles.

Helping Students Overcome Depression and Anxiety: A Practical Guide

Kenneth W Merrell

Emotional and Behavioral Problems of Young Children: Effective Interventions in the Preschool and Kindergarten Years

Gretchen A. Gimpel and Melissa L. Holland

Conducting School-Based Functional Behavioral Assessments: A Practitioner's Guide

T. Steuart Watson and Mark W. Steege

Executive Skills in Children and Adolescents: A Practical Guide to Assessment and Intervention

Peg Dawson and Richard Guare

Responding to Problem Behavior in Schools: The Behavior Education Program

Deanne A. Crone, Robert H. Horner, and Leanne S. Hawken

Resilient Classrooms: Creating Healthy Environments for Learning

Beth Doll, Steven Zucker, and Katherine Brehm

Helping Schoolchildren with Chronic Health Conditions: A Practical Guide

Daniel L. Clay

Interventions for Reading Problems: Designing and Evaluating Effective Strategies

Edward J. Daly III, Sandra Chafouleas, and Christopher H. Skinner

Safe and Healthy Schools: Practical Prevention Strategies

Jeffrey R. Sprague and Hill M. Walker

School-Based Crisis Intervention: Preparing All Personnel to Assist Melissa Allen Heath and Dawn Sheen

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