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Mental Health in Schools

Mental Health in Schools
A Guide to Pastoral & Curriculum Provision

  • Mark Prever - Lead Professional, Every Child Matters, Yardleys School, Birmingham

168 pages | SAGE Publications Ltd

A practical instructional guide for teaching personal, social and health education curriculum, this resource explains the difference between counseling and counseling skills and reviews how mental health issues affect children's behavior, self-esteem, motivation and achievement.

Teachers will find information about:

  • Employing a counselor in schools
  • Information on counseling, psychotherapy and talking therapies
  • Multi-agency working and referral
  • Peer support


Mental Health and Young People
Risk and Resilience
What are the Causes of Mental Illness in Young People?
Specific Mental Health Problems in Children and Young People: How Schools Can Help?
A Whole-School and Multiagency Approach
The Mental Health Curriculum
The Listening School
Useful Organisationa and Resources

Impressive structure, useful ideas and lesson plans appropriate for PHSE teachers and wellbeing practitioners

Miss Georgia Pavlopoulou
Institute of Education, University College London
August 11, 2018

This text is a good practice guide for schools, offering a range of practical ideas and experience.

Mrs Issy Hallam
Psychology, South Devon College
May 22, 2017

This book has been great in highlighting mental health and helping me as a tutor understand more.

Mr Oliver Johnstone
Public Services Department, Calderdale College
October 5, 2015

This is a fantastic book, it breaks down a vast amount of mental health illnesses and then offers really practical ways to them and help the learners in your classroom.
I have found this invaluable, espcially for BTEC health and social care, as it has broken down many conditions.

Miss Katey Ribchester
Health and Social Care, Ethos College
March 30, 2014

This is an invaluable textt for tutors and students alike teaching a Child and Adolescent Mental Health module on any course.

Mrs Andrea Morgans
General Education, Cardiff and Vale College
February 18, 2013

Good as an optional extra - since many of the contents are listed as being photocopyable, the tutor can use the book as course material

Mrs Rebecca Southall
Counselling Training, GB Prohealth Ltd
February 13, 2013

This book has been adopted as a key reference text for my module "Counselling Children and Young People". The book covers a variety of mental health issues and has excellent photocopiable resources. I highly recommend this book

Dr Bill Naylor
Development & Society, Sheffield Hallam University
September 10, 2012

This book is recommended for anyone studying a CAHMS module on any course. It is easy to follow and highly relevant

Mrs Andrea Morgans
General Education, Cardiff and Vale College
October 21, 2011

Mark Prever

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