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Preventing bullying and school violence

Publication Type:

Book

Source:

American Psychiatric Pub., Volume 1st, Washington, DC, p.315 (2012)

Call Number:

Cubb BF637 .B85 T94 2012

URL:

http://searchworks.stanford.edu/view/9408265

Keywords:

Adolescent, Bullying--Prevention, Bullying--Psychology, Child, Community-Institutional Relations, School children--Conduct of life, School violence, Schools, Violence--prevention & control

Abstract:

Contents: The range and complexity of the school violence problem -- The family, school, community connection -- The role of the mental health professional in working with agencies affecting violent children -- Case studies in school violence : a staging paradigm -- Bullying is a process, not a person : inviting the community into the school -- Children need to feel safe to learn -- At-risk children -- The role of therapeutic mentoring in activating community resources -- Medical leadership in creating a system of care for school violence -- Risk and threat assessment of violent children -- Effortless wellness and other afterthoughts.

Publication Language:

eng