SPR provides contemporary research regarding promoting youth mental health at school

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Dear School Psychology colleagues (students, practitioners, and faculty) (please forward to others to share this valuable resource),

Anyone seeking research regarding how to promote youth mental health at school?
(e.g., existing models of school-based mental health supports, funding, assessment, screening, progress monitoring, school-based psychiatric services, policies to provide school-based mental health services, cost analysis strategies specifying the economic benefits of mental health initiatives)

Have you had a chance to update your course syllabi for this year to feature NEW 2021 research regarding promoting youth mental health at school?

Are you trying to locate a good citation for a paper you are writing related to promoting youth mental health at school?

Great news - School Psychology Review has 12 articles that are already available! (see attached, and pasted below - more coming soon) #SPRBeTheChange

Hyperlinks are provided for easy access to each of the articles - Available to ALL NASP members! (and to others with institutional access, directly via the SPR website at T&F)

Considering that school psychologists are actively engaged in continuing professional development, this document identifies contemporary scholarship that may further inform practice, scholarship, and policy development.

Considering all faculty are responsible for developing courses / syllabi featuring contemporary scholarship we offer this simple resource that you can use to copy and paste those articles that you would like to feature in your course.

School Psychology Review

Provides Contemporary Research Regarding

Promoting Youth Mental Health at School

 

Featuring Guest Editors: Keith C. Herman, Wendy M. Reinke, Aaron M. Thompson, Kristin M. Hawley, Kelly Wallis, Melissa Stormont, & Clark Peters

 

A Public Health Approach to Reducing the Societal Prevalence and Burden of Youth Mental Health Problems: Introduction to the Special Issue

Herman, K. C., Reinke, W. M., Thompson, A. M., Hawley, K. M., Wallis, K., Stormont, M. & Peters, C. (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: https://doi.org/10.1080/2372966X.2020.1827682

 

Investigating the Longitudinal Association Between Fidelity to a Large-Scale Comprehensive School Mental Health Prevention and Intervention Model and Student Outcomes
Reinke, W. M., Herman, K. C., Thompson, A., Copeland, C., McCall, C. S., Holmes, S., & Owens, S. A. (2021). Investigating the longitudinal association between fidelity to a large-scale comprehensive school mental health prevention and intervention model and student outcomes. School Psychology Review, 50(1), 17–29. https://doi.org/10.1080/2372966X.2020.1870869

 

Impact of the Family Access Center of Excellence (FACE) on Behavioral and Educational Outcomes—A Quasi-Experimental Study
Thompson, A. M., Herman, K. C., Reinke, W. M., Hawley, K., Peters, C., Ehret, A., Hobbs, A., & Elmore, R. (2021). Impact of the family access center of excellence (face) on behavioral and educational outcomes—A quasi-experimental study. School Psychology Review, 50(1), 30–35. https://doi.org/10.1080/2372966X.2020.1841545 

 

Evaluation of a Social Media Campaign on Youth Mental Health Stigma and Help-Seeking

Thompson, A., Hollis, S., Herman, K. C., Reinke, W. M., Hawley, K., & Magee S. (2021). Evaluation of a social media campaign on youth mental health stigma and help-seeking. School Psychology Review, 50(1), 36–41. https://doi.org/10.1080/2372966X.2020.1838873

 

Designing Interventions for Implementation in Schools: A Multimethod Investigation of Fidelity of a Self-Monitoring Intervention
Holmes, S. R., Thompson, A. M., Herman, K. C., & Reinke, W. M. (2021). Designing interventions for implementation in schools: A multimethod investigation of fidelity of a self-monitoring intervention. School Psychology Review, 50(1), 42-51. https://doi.org/10.1080/2372966X.2020.1870868

 

Randomized Trial of Show Me FIRST: A Brief School-Based Intervention for Internalizing Concerns
Cho, E., Strawhun, J., Owens, S. A., Tugendrajch, S. K., & Hawley, K. M. (2021). Randomized trial of show me FIRST: A brief school-based intervention for internalizing concerns. School Psychology Review, 50(1), 52–61. https://doi.org/10.1080/2372966X.2020.1836944

 

Motivational Interviewing With At-Risk Students (MARS) Mentoring: Addressing the Unique Mental Health Needs of Students in Alternative School Placements
Henry, L., Reinke, W. M., Herman, K. C., Thompson, A. M., & Lewis, C. G. (2021). Motivational interviewing with at-risk students (MARS) mentoring: Addressing the unique mental health needs of students in alternative school placements. School Psychology Review, 50(1), 62–74. https://doi.org/10.1080/2372966X.2020.1827679

 

Sustained Effects of a School-Based Psychiatry Program
Cho, E., Marriott, B. R., Herman, K. C., Schutz, C. L., & Young-Walker, L. (2021). Sustained effects of a school-based psy­chiatry program. School Psychology Review, 50(1), 75–80. https://doi.org/10.1080/2372966X.2020.1811063

 

Results From a Statewide School-Based Mental Health Program: Effects on School Climate
DiGirolamo, A. M., Desai, D., Farmer, D., McLaren, S., Whitmore, A., McKay, D., Fitzgerald, L., Pearson, S., & McGiboney, G. (2021). Results from a statewide school-based mental health program: Effects on school climate. School Psychology Review, 50(1), 81–98. https://doi.org/10.1080/2372966X.2020.1837607

 

Scaling Up Behavioral Health Promotion Efforts in Maryland: The Economic Benefit of Positive Behavioral Interventions and Supports
Bradshaw, C. P., Lindstrom Johnson, S., Zhu, Y., & Pas, E. T. (2021). Scaling up behavioral health promotion efforts in Maryland: The economic benefit of positive behavioral interventions and supports. School Psychology Review, 50(1), 99-109. https://doi.org/10.1080/2372966X.2020.1823797

 

Building Policy Support for School Mental Health in South Carolina
Blackburn Franke, K., Paton, M., & Weist, M. (2021). Building policy support for school mental health in South Carolina. School Psychology Review, 50(1), 110–121. https://doi.org/10.1080/2372966X.2020.1819756 

 

Reducing the Societal Prevalence and Burden of Youth Mental Health Problems: Lessons Learned and Next Steps
Herman, K. C., Reinke, W. M., Thompson, A. M., Hawley, K. M., & Stormont, M. (2021). Reducing the societal prevalence and burden of youth mental health problems: Lessons learned and next steps. School Psychology Review, 50(1), 122–130. https://doi.org/10.1080/2372966X.2020.1827683


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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

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Dorothy L. Espelage

University of North Carolina

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Jorge E. Gonzalez

University of Houston

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Amanda L. Sullivan 

University of Minnesota

Senior Editor

Frank C. Worrell

University of California, Berkeley

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Prerna Arora

Columbia University

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Scott L. Graves

The Ohio State University

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Francis L. Huang

University of Missouri

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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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