Home » Posts tagged with » schools

In response to suicides, Johnson County schools develop strategies to bolster … – Kansas City Star

In response to suicides, Johnson County schools develop strategies to bolster … – Kansas City Star

Kansas City Star In response to suicides, Johnson County schools develop strategies to bolster …Kansas City StarLast school year, a behavioral therapist funded by Kids TLC was placed at Olathe East High School part-time to help students deal one-on-one with intricate mental health problems. In August, clinical psychologist Rhiannon Moore was stationed at Olathe … behavioral […]

Serious mental health consequences for children and young adults as a result of bullying in schools – children, teachers and GPs call for more support

Nearly half (44%) of young people who were bullied at school say it impacted on their mental health and that they experienced issues such as anxiety, depression, self-harm and suicidal thoughts… Mental Health News From Medical News Today

Boone County schools receive grant for public education program focused on … – User-generated content (press release) (registration)

Boone County schools receive grant for public education program focused on …User-generated content (press release) (registration)The Boone County Schools announced that the Boone County Board of Education has been awarded a three-year Project AWARE-Community grant from the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) to support the training of a … behavioral health education – […]

Should Schools Screen Kids for Mental Health Problems? – Healthline

Should Schools Screen Kids for Mental Health Problems? – Healthline

Healthline Should Schools Screen Kids for Mental Health Problems?HealthlineIn studies of school-based mental health screenings, researchers found that mental health screening played an important role in reducing barriers to learning, provided youth with access to services for mental health care, and resulted in positive …and more » behavioral health education – Google News

Report: Schools need improved student mental health care – San Mateo Daily Journal

Report: Schools need improved student mental health careSan Mateo Daily JournalThe report, released Monday, June 22, found the need for collaboration among a variety of public agencies, including the county's mental health department and Office of Education, Behavioral Health and Recovery Services, and 23 local school districts, …and more » behavioral health education – Google News

Ways Schools Can Address Growing Mental Health Concerns – Education World

Ways Schools Can Address Growing Mental Health ConcernsEducation WorldEarlier this month, a group of students and their teacher filed a class action suit against the Compton Unified School District for not doing enough to help students deal with childhood trauma resulting in mental health issues in its schools. In other … behavioral health education – […]

Astoria schools talk Advanced Placement – Daily Astorian

Astoria schools talk Advanced PlacementDaily AstorianThe district continues to provide mental health services to its students through Clatsop Behavioral Healthcare, which has the state contract to service people using the Oregon Health Plan. Hoppes said the district is researching how to offer a menu of … behavioral health education – Google News

Why Schools Should Screen Their Students’ Mental Health – TIME

Why Schools Should Screen Their Students’ Mental Health – TIME

TIME Why Schools Should Screen Their Students' Mental HealthTIMEThe authors made suggestions for both education systems. For instance, schools could conduct school-wide screenings by asking teachers to identify at-risk kids for further evaluation, or health counselors could be trained to spot both physical and …1 in 10 schoolchildren 'require mental health interventions'Medical News TodaySchools Key […]

Proposal would put mental health care programs in schools – WISC Madison

Proposal would put mental health care programs in schoolsWISC MadisonThey found that one in five children ages 5 to 17 have a diagnosable mental health disorder and that 80 percent do not receive the treatment they need. The concern is lack of services and treatment prepares the children to fail once they become adults.and more » […]

Nursing schools aim to improve mental health – Milwaukee Journal Sentinel

Nursing schools aim to improve mental healthMilwaukee Journal SentinelOne aspect of the mental health system that has not been widely discussed in the media is the need for a sufficient, well-educated workforce. As the system in Milwaukee moves from hospital-focused to community-based, the educational need in the nursing …and more » behavioral health education – Google News

Page 1 of 41234

Subscribe to our Newsletter