Published by The Clifford Beers Foundation, in collaboration with the University of Maryland School of Medicine, Advances in School Mental Health Promotion emphasises the interconnectedness of research, policy, training and practice and the opportunities to make progress in all these areas through global dialogue, collaboration and action. Mark Weist (University of South Carolina and former director/senior advisor of the Center for School Mental Health) and Michael Murray (The Clifford Beers Foundation) are the editors, supported by a distinguished international editorial board.
Advances in School Mental Health Promotion is an academic journal that co-ordinates the dissemination of new research outcomes to all those involved in policy making and the implementation of mental health promotion in schools and is essential reading for those with a personal or professional interest in this work.
Peer reviewed by an expert international board, the Journal is a comprehensive information resource which publishes material of distinction submitted by those with a clinical, professional, academic or personal interest in promoting mental health in schools
The aim of the Journal is to increase awareness, foster understanding and promote collaboration between the different disciplines engaged in this diverse activity of study.
Advances in School Mental Health Promotion is the official journal of the International Alliance for Child and Adolescent Mental Health and Schools (InterCAMHS), an alliance that aims to promote the mental health and wellbeing of children and young people.
Publisher: The Clifford Beers Foundation
- Volume 4
- Number 4, October 2011 Data-Driven Decision Making in School-Based Mental Health
- Number 3, July 2011
- Number 2, April 2011 Collaboration among Schools, Families and Communities
- Number 1, January 2011
- Volume 3
- Number 4, October 2010
- Number 3, July 2010
- Number 2, April 2010
- Number 1, January 2010 Perspectives from the United Kingdom
- Volume 2
- Number 4, October 2009
- Number 3, July 2009
- Number 2, April 2009
- Number 1, January 2009
- Volume 1
- Number 4, October 2008
- Number 3, July 2008 Enhancing Implementation Quality
- Number 2, April 2008
- Number 1, January 2008
- Volume 0, Number 1, October 2007 Inaugural Issue