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Mental Health Consultation in Child Care: Transforming Relationships among Directors, Staff, and Families

Covers topics such as initiating consultation; getting to know the program; adult relationships; beginning case consultation; gathering information and creating a picture of the child; interpreting behavior and developing hypotheses; and translating hypotheses into responsive action within the child-care setting. Includes case examples of effective programmatic functioning, interstaff and parent-staff relationships, and/or direct child interventions. This books is a useful guide to using mental health consultation to make positive changes in the child-care environment for consultants, mental health professionals at all levels, early childhood educators and trainers, and policymakers.

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Early Care
Education
Mental Health
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Early Care and Education
Education
Behavioral Health/Mental Health
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