Effective Practice in an Ever-shifting Landscape: A Multidisciplinary Approach to Behavioral and Mental Health Support in Schools
Document Type: Research Article
Publication date: 2011-10-01
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.
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