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Selective Prevention

The goal of Selective Prevention in creating mentally healthy schools and communities is addressed with an overview of the topic, a keynote presentation by a person with a national perspective on this issue, and several school- and community-based programs that provide evidence-based practices.


Overview
Mary Quinn, Ph.D.

Keynote "A Conceptual Tool Box for Improving Early Intervention"

by James Garbarino, Ph.D.

 

Presentations - Evidence-based Practices

"First Step to Success: An Early Intervention Program for Young Children At-Risk for Anti-Social Behavior"  
by Annemieke Golly, Ph.D.


"Early Intervention for Children’s Mental Health: Families and Schools Together (FAST)"
by Lynn McDonald, M.S.W., Ph.D. 

additional materials:
RESEARCH BACKGROUND OF EACH FAST ACTIVITY FOR MULTI-FAMILY GROUP MEETINGS 
PARENT INVOLVEMENT AS A PROTECTIVE FACTOR TO PREVENT DRUG ABUSE FOR INNER-CITY YOUTH 
FAMILIES AND SCHOOLS TOGETHER (FAST)  BUILDS RELATIONSHIPS ACROSS RACES AND ACROSS GENERATIONS AND ACROSS SETTINGS
HILL WALKER'S THEORY OF FAMILY STRESS AND BUFFER FACTORS:  BUILD THE PROTECTIVE FACTOR OF SOCIAL RELATIONSHIPS AND POSITIVE PERCEPTION WITH MULTI-FAMILY GROUPS 
PARENT INVOLVEMENT AS A PROTECTIVE FACTOR TO PREVENT DRUG ABUSE FOR INNER-CITY YOUTH 


"Promoting Student Engagement with School and the Check & Connect Model"
by Mary F. Sinclair, Ph.D.


"PEP’s Continuum of Early Childhood Family-Focused Services from Intensive Center-Based to Home and Community-Based Prevention and Consultation Services"
by Ann Bowdish, Ed.S.
by Laurie Albright, M.A.
by Billie Navojosky, Ph.D.

 

 

Discussions


The conference ended on November 2, 2001, so the discussion area is now closed. However, you may still review previous discussions on the topics in the Selective Prevention presentations by clicking here. National experts in the area of Selective Prevention, Jim Fox, Darren Woodruff, Ph.D., and Lori Hagen, were discussants.


 

Question & Answer Session


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We're sorry, the Question & Answer Session is now closed. However, you may still view previous questions that were posted and the presenter responses by clicking here. This session  was moderated by Kathy Riley.


 

 

 

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