Creating Effective Programs for Students with Emotional and Behavior Disorders: Interdisciplinary Approaches for Adding Meaning and Hope to Behavior Change Interventions

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Pearson/Allyn and Bacon, 2004 - Education - 437 pages
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This exiting new book provides special educators, school psychologists, and others responsible for programs for students serving students with EBD with specific methods, supported by sound research and proven by practice, for developing or improving services to this student population. While several current books provide excellent discussions concerning characteristics of students with EBD and describe some methods that have been effective in helping these students improve their behavior, this is the only book to provide a thorough, comprehensive examination of concepts and strategies needed to effectively develop and implement a program for this student population. special educators, school psychologists, therapists.

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PART ONE Key Issues and Understandings Related to Assisting Students
The Increasing Number and Severity of Students Experiencing
A Continuum of Services for Students with EBD

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