Handbook of evidence-based practices for emotional and behavioral disorders: applications in schools
Publication Year: 2014
Publisher: The Guilford Press
Place of Publication: New York
Source ID: shanti-sources-107046
Collection: K-12 Social Emotional Learning (SEL)
Abstract: "This handbook is designed for use by practicing professionals who are charged with accommodating the needs of students having emotional and behavioral disorders and problems within the context of schooling. This handbook consists of 32 chapters and is divided into six sections: (1) foundations, (2) screening, performance monitoring, and assessment, (3) interventions targeting specific disorders, settings and/or developmental levels, (4) generic intervention approaches, (5) early intervention, and (6) research. The editors view the book as a compendium of accessible best practices that, if practitioners adopt and apply with high levels of treatment integrity, will produce a strong impact on the emotional and behavioral problems that challenge the school success of EBD students"--Provided by publisher.