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interventions books

interventions:

Masia Warner, C., Colognori, D., & Lynch, C. (2018). Helping students overcome social anxiety: Skills for academic and social success (SASS). New York: Guilford Publications.

This unique book gives front-line school professionals innovative, easy-to-use tools for identifying and intervening with socially anxious students in grades 6-12.

Huberty, T. J. (2012). Interventions for anxiety disorders. (pp. 245-281). New York, NY: Springer New York. doi:10.1007/978-1-4614-3110-7_10

Although many types of models and approaches exist, this book will focus on those approaches that have shown evidence of effectiveness. Cognitive–behavioural, behavioural, and pharmacotherapy methods have been found to show likely efficacy in treating children and adolescents with anxiety disorders.

Self-determined learning model of intervention:

Wehmeyer, M. L. (2003). Theory in self-determination: Foundations for educational practice. Springfield, Ill: C.C. Thomas

The book is based on self-determination theory in children with or without disability and mental health disorders. The authors offer interventions to promote skills like problem solving, goal setting, decision making, and self-advocacy are in place for all students.

Cognitive behaviour therapy CBT:

Seiler, L. (2008). Cool connections with cognitive behavioural therapy: Encouraging self-esteem, resilience and well-being in children and young people using CBT approaches. London;Philadelphia;: Jessica Kingsley Publishers.

The book is designed to encourage resilience and self-esteem and reduce feelings of anxiety and depression. Fully photocopiable, fully illustrated and easy to use, this structured workbook is an effective tool for professionals working to improve the general wellbeing of children and young people, including psychologists, psychiatrists, counsellors, social workers, and child and adolescent mental health services, as well as professionals in residential care settings and educational professionals in child/youth services.

Mindfulness:

Didonna, F. (2009;2008;). In Didonna F. (Ed.), Clinical handbook of mindfulness (1. Aufl. ed.). New York, NY: Springer. doi:10.1007/978-0-387-09593-6

This book, both a review and practical guide, explores the use of mindfulness in treating psychological problems.

Brantley, J., & ebrary, I. (2007). Calming your anxious mind: How mindfulness and compassion can free you from anxiety, fear, and panic (2nd ed.). Oakland, CA: New Harbinger Publications

this book which is about self-help classic Calming Your Anxious Mind, offers you a powerful and profound approach to overcoming anxiety, fear, and panic

teachers parents collaboration books

teachers-parents collaboration:

Ming-tak, H. (2008). Working with parents to create a positive classroom environment. (pp. 165) Hong Kong University Press, HKU. The book establishes some forms of partnership with parents to promotes students’ learning, introduces various approaches to involve parents, organize meetings with parents in an effective manner; introduces ways to develop communication skills for handling any conflicts which may arise in a teacher-parent meetings

parents training books

parent training:

Dacey, J. S., Brion-Meisels, S., & Fiore, L. B. (2016). Your childs social and emotional well-being: A complete guide for parents and those who help them. Chichester, England: Wiley Blackwell.

The book demonstrates how to foster social and emotional learning (SEL) at home and in the classroom, and shows how parents and professionals can work together for success Includes a wealth of exercises for promoting social and emotional wellbeing, along with tips, tools, and coverage of new developments.

parent behaviour books

family environment:

Breiner, H., Ford, M. A., Gadsden, V. L., National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine (U.S.). Committee on Supporting the Parents of Young Children, Division of Behavioral and Social Sciences and Education, National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine, . . . Committee on Supporting the Parents of Young Children. (2016). In Morgan Ford, Heather Breiner and Vivian L. Gadsden (Eds.), Parenting matters: Supporting parents of children ages 0-8. Washington, DC: National Academies Press. doi:10.17226/21868

The book explore how parent and family environment impact children’s development in early ages and how Parents can help children build and refine their knowledge and skills, charting a trajectory for their health and well-being during childhood and beyond.

Psychopathology and the family:

Hudson, J. L., & Rapee, R. M. (2005). Psychopathology and the family (1st ed.). Amsterdam; San Diego, CA; Oxford; Elsevier.

Understanding the factors that place an individual at greater risk of developing psychopathology has important implications for both treatment and prevention of psychological disorders. This book illustrates the potential influence of the family, Parenting and the family environment as significant contributers to a child’s early development and adjustment.

Environmental factors:

Lewis, M., Mayes, L. C., & ProQuest (Firm). (2012). In Mayes L., Lewis M. (Eds.), The cambridge handbook of environment in human development. Cambridge;New York;: Cambridge University Press. doi:10.1017/CBO9781139016827

The book is devoted to the understanding of the nature of environments in child development. Utilizing Urie Bronfenbrenner’s idea of embedded environments, this volume looks at environments from the immediate environment of the family (including fathers, siblings, grandparents and day-care personnel) to the larger environment including schools, neighborhoods, geographic regions, countries and cultures.

students and social anxiety books

social anxiety:

Hofmann, S. G., & DiBartolo, P. M. (2014). Social anxiety: Clinical, developmental, and social perspectives (3rd ed.). Burlington: Elsevier Science.

The book integrates examinations of social anxiety, shyness, and embarrassment with the research on social anxiety disorder subtypes, biological theories and cognitive-behavioral or pharmacological treatment outcome studies.

Inclusion:

Hart, S. (2016). inclusion Jessica Kingsley Publishers

The book explores how play within children’s groups can be facilitated in order to foster emotional and empathic capacities, how to overcome common challenges to inclusion in schools and introduces practical, creative approaches to cultivating a sense of unity and team spirit in children’s groups.

Universal design for learning:

Meyer, A., Rose, D. H., & Gordon, D. (2014). Universal design for learning: Theory and practice. Wakefield, Massachusetts: CAST Professional Publishing.

The book has a new insights from research on learner differences and how human variability plays out in learning environments, Research-based discussions of what it means to become expert at learning, First-hand accounts and exemplars of how to implement UDL at all levels and across subjects using the UDL Guidelines.