Emotional Health and Well-Being
A Practical Guide for Schools
- Helen Cowie - University of Surrey, UK
- Chrissy Boardman - West Dorset District Trust, West Dorset General Hospital
- Judith Dawkins - Baker & Duncan Family Consultancy, Surrey
- Dawn Jennifer - University of Surrey, UK
Children & Adolescent Counseling | School/Educational Psychology | Special Education
The authors show what schools can do to develop practices grounded in knowledge about the mental health issues which relate to young people. In an accessible way, they present a range of strategies which practitioners have shown to be effective. They focus especially on methods and policies, which have been scientifically evaluated, or which are considered best practice.
Issues and interventions are illustrated throughout with case studies drawn from the authors' own practice and experience. Each of the authors has a longstanding interest ways of creating supportive environments to prevent distress and to facilitate resilience in the young.
This book is essential reading for secondary school teachers, educational psychologists, education welfare officers, and all those with pastoral care responsibilities.
This text supports learners understanding of the key terms emotional health & wellbeing. The text uses examples and definitions to support understanding professional terms.
This book contains some really valuable explanations to why some young people display certain behaviours and helps us to understand the links between emotional health and wellbeing and behaviours.
I will use this as a supplement for students who are specifically interested in well-being.
Well laid out and recommended essential read for those involved emotional health and well being in the school environment.
Particularly useful for our current module, childhood health and well-being. Some useful information that helps clarify issues surrounding social and emotional issues for children.
The emphasis on a Whole School Approach was particularly useful. Chapters on specific difficulties clear and well written.
This is exactly what it says on the cover: "A Practical Guide for Schools". It has pertinent resources and it offers sound guidance for emotional health and well-being within the school environment.
Good book for supporting Pastoral care within FE, not suitable for course
case studies clear and help students link theory to practice clearer
encourages reflective practice
encompasses wide range of topics that are relevant to all child health practitioners and indeed those working within the education setting in relation to the health needs of children and young people from an emotional wellbeing perspective
guidance throughout the text is practical and realistic to everyday life and the areas where practitioners may require additional support in meeting those children and young people's needs
A helpful text for those working with older children and younger people.