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The School Practitioner’s Concise Companion to Mental Health$
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Cynthia Franklin, Mary Beth Harris, and Paula Allen-Meares

Print publication date: 2008

Print ISBN-13: 9780195370584

Published to Oxford Scholarship Online: April 2010

DOI: 10.1093/acprof:oso/9780195370584.001.0001

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Effective Interventions for Students With Conduct Disorder

Effective Interventions for Students With Conduct Disorder

(p.3) 1 Effective Interventions for Students With Conduct Disorder
The School Practitioner’s Concise Companion to Mental Health

David W. Springer

Courtney J. Lynch

Oxford University Press

School-aged children and adolescents with externalizing disorders are a challenging, yet rewarding, population to help. Many school-based practitioners, teachers, and administrators may be all too familiar with the behaviors associated with a diagnosis of conduct disorder (CD), such as aggressive behavior toward others, using a weapon, setting fire, cruelty to animals or persons, vandalism, lying, truancy, running away, and theft. This chapter discusses effective interventions for children with conduct problems. These include: the Incredible Years (Parents, Teachers, and Children Training series); parent management training; problem-solving skills training; and the Videotape Modeling Parent Program.

Keywords:   conduct problems, school-based intervention, school age children, social work practice

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