Meeting the Mental Health Needs of Learners 11-18 Years

Meeting the Mental Health Needs of Learners 11-18 Years

by Jonathan Glazzard, Kate Bancroft

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Overview

The mental health of young people in secondary schools is a current concern.

  • Do you feel equipped to identify mental health needs in your learners?
  • Do you have the knowledge and understanding to adequately support them?
  • Do you understand where your responsibilities start and stop?

This book helps you address these questions and more, providing a range of

evidence-based strategies and tools. It introduces the various risk factors

involved, shows how you can build resilience in your students, and focuses

on identifying and supporting both specific mental health needs and particular

groups of learners.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781912508143
Publisher: Critical Publishing
Publication date: 10/22/2018
Series: Positive Mental Health
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 168
File size: 865 KB

About the Author

Jonathan Glazzard is Professor of Teacher Education at Leeds Beckett University. He is the professor attached to the Carnegie Centre of Excellence for Mental Health in Schools. He teaches across a range of QTS and non-QTS programmes and is an experienced teacher educator. Prior to this he was Head of Academic Development at Leeds Trinity University and Head of Primary Initial Teacher Training courses at the University of Huddersfield.

Kate Bancroft

is course leader of the Masters ‘Early Years and Childhood Studies’ degree at Leeds Beckett University and a Senior Fellow of the Higher Education Academy. Her background is in secondary school Physical Education teaching. Across her 7-year career as a teacher she was also a pastoral leader, head of department, head of faculty and an assistant headteacher and worked in four different secondary schools across Leeds, Halifax and Bradford. She joined the Carnegie School of Education as a lecturer in September 2017.


Jonathan Glazzard is Professor of Teacher Education and Head of Department for Children, Education and Communities at Edge Hill University. He is an active researcher and teacher educator as well as a qualified teacher. Jonathan taught in state primary schools for 10 years before moving into higher education. His research addresses issues of inclusion and social justice within education.


Kate Bancroft is course leader of the Masters degree in Early Years and Childhood Studies at Leeds Beckett University and a Senior Fellow of the Higher Education Academy. Her background is in secondary school physical education teaching. Across her 7-year career as a teacher she was also a pastoral leader, head of department, head of faculty and an assistant headteacher and worked in four different secondary schools across Leeds, Halifax and Bradford. She joined the Carnegie School of Education as a lecturer in September 2017.

Table of Contents

Introduction

  1. Factors that put young people at risk
  2. Identifying and supporting young people with anxiety and depression
  3. Identifying and supporting young people with conduct disorders
  4. Identifying and supporting young people who self-harm
  5. Identifying and supporting specific at-risk groups of young people
  6. Supporting the needs of young people who identify as LGBTQ+
  7. Identifying and supporting young people who experience bullying

  8. Supporting mental health needs through working in partnership

Conclusions

references

Index

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