Promoting Mental Health In Children & Adolescents

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Item#: 9781610022279
Edition 01
Author Foy
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This ground-
eaking resource focuses on primary and secondary prevention, guiding pediatric care clinicians in incorporating mental health screening and surveillance into well child visits and provides evidence-based interventions to care for children and adolescents with mental health issues.Gain in-depth guidance on the care of special populations of children who may be at increased risk for mental health problems: those exposed to adverse childhood experiences; children in military families; lesbian, gay and bisexual youth; children with gender expression and identity issues; children affected by racism; adolescents who are pregnant or parenting, and much more.TOPICS INCLUDEPromoting healthy child developmentChildren exposed to adverse childhood experiencesCaring for families new to the United StatesViolence preventionHealthy sleep, weight, use of media, and active livingChildren in foster or kinship care or involved with child welfareChildren of divorceAdopted childrenChildren with chronic medical conditionsAnd more.../li>

Short Description
This ground-
eaking resource focuses on primary and secondary prevention, guiding pediatric care clinicians in incorporating mental health screening and surveillance into well child visits and provides evidence-based interventions to care for children and adolescents with mental health issues.

Table of Contents
Promoting Mental Health in Children and Adolescents:Primary Care Practice and AdvocacyIntroductionPart I: Promoting mental health in the pediatric medical homeGeneral Principles1. Strength-Based Approach to Promoting Healthy Child Development2. Family-Centered Care: Applying Behavior Change Science3. Culturally Effective Care4. Interviewing Adolescents5. Counseling Parents of AdolescentsInterconnected pathways to resilience and mental health6. Family Support7. Healthy Sleep8. Healthy Weight9. Healthy Use of Media10. Healthy Active Living11. Violence Prevention12. Healthy Sexual Development and SexualityCare of special populations13. Children Exposed to Adverse Childhood Experiences14. Caring for Families New to the United States15. Children in Foster or Kinship Care or Involved With Child Welfare16. Adopted Children17. Children in Poverty18. Children of Divorce19. Children in Military Families20. Lesbian, Gay, and Bisexual Youth21. Children with Gender Expression and Identity Issues22. Children in Gay- and Lesbian-parented Families23. Children in Self-care24. Homeless Children25. Children Affected by Racism26. Children with Chronic Medical Conditions27. Adolescents who are Pregnant or Parenting28. Children in the Juvenile Justice SystemPart II: Promoting mental health beyond the medical home29. Promoting the Mental Health of Young Children30. Promoting Adolescents' Mental Health31. Promoting Mental Health in SchoolsAppendixes1. Algorithm: A Process for Integrating Mental Health Care Into Pediatric Practice2. Mental Health Practice Readiness Inventory3. Sources of Key Mental Health Services4. Mnemonic for Common Factors Communications Methods:5. PracticeWise: Evidence-Based Child and Adolescent Psychosocial Interventions*6. Common Elements of Evidence-Based Practice Amenable to Primary Care: Indications and SourcesIndex