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    Arora, Prerna G. and Bohnenkamp, Jill H. 2016. Collaborative practices and partnerships across school mental health and pediatric primary care settings. Advances in School Mental Health Promotion, Vol. 9, Issue. 3-4, p. 141.

    Michael, Kurt D. George, Melissa W. Splett, Joni W. Jameson, John Paul Sale, Rafaella Bode, Abby A. Iachini, Aidyn L. Taylor, Leslie K. and Weist, Mark D. 2016. Preliminary Outcomes of a Multi-site, School-based Modular Intervention for Adolescents Experiencing Mood Difficulties. Journal of Child and Family Studies, Vol. 25, Issue. 6, p. 1903.

    Hymel, Shelley Low, Angela Starosta, Lindsay Gill, Randip and Schonert-Reichl, Kimberly 2017. Promoting Mental Well-Being Through Social-Emotional Learning in Schools: Examples from British Columbia. Canadian Journal of Community Mental Health, Vol. 36, Issue. 4, p. 97.

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    Orlando, Carissa M. Bradley, William Collier, Tristan A. Ulie-Wells, Jennifer Miller, Elaine and Weist, Mark D. 2018. Handbook of School-Based Mental Health Promotion. p. 33.

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  • Edited by Stan Kutcher, Dalhousie University and the IWK Health Centre, Nova Scotia , Yifeng Wei, Dalhousie University and the IWK Health Centre, Nova Scotia , Mark D. Weist, University of South Carolina
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The realisation that most mental disorders have their onset before the age of twenty-five has focused psychiatric research towards adolescent mental health. This book provides vivid examples of school mental health innovations from eighteen countries, addressing mental health promotion and interventions. These initiatives and innovations enable readers from different regions and disciplines to apply strategies to help students achieve and maintain mental health, enhance their learning outcomes and access services, worldwide. Through case studies of existing programs, such as the integrated system of care approach in the USA, the school-based pathway to care framework in Canada, the therapeutic school consultation approach in Turkey and the REACH model in Singapore, it highlights challenges and solutions to building initiatives, even when resources are scarce. This will be essential reading for educators, health providers, policy makers, researchers and other stakeholders engaged in helping students achieve mental health and enhance their learning outcomes.

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'This book provides important insights into how SMH focusing specifically on adolescents is engaged and practiced in international contexts and is a worthy contribution to the research and dialogue on the emerging global agenda for SMH.'

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