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(p. 289) Consultation and Collaboration to Increase Integrity in School Mental Health 

(p. 289) Consultation and Collaboration to Increase Integrity in School Mental Health
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(p. 289) Consultation and Collaboration to Increase Integrity in School Mental Health
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Erika Coles

, and Greta M. Massetti

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10.1093/med-psych/9780199352517.003.0014
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date: 16 January 2021

The chapter “Consultation and Collaboration to Increase Integrity in School Mental Health,” in School Mental Health Services for Adolescents, describes the indirect service delivery model of school consultation, in which a consultant works with a consultee (e.g., teacher, school staff), who in turn provides direct service to a client. The importance of treatment integrity in the process is highlighted. Imperative to the process of school consultation is defining and measuring treatment integrity, or the degree with which a treatment is adhered to, the competence of the individual delivering the treatment as intended, and the extent to which the treatment can be differentiated from other existing treatments. Issues and challenges of measuring and increasing integrity are discussed.

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