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(p. 435) Raising the Emotional Well-Being of Students With Anxiety and Depression 

(p. 435) Raising the Emotional Well-Being of Students With Anxiety and Depression
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(p. 435) Raising the Emotional Well-Being of Students With Anxiety and Depression
Author(s):

Diana Joyce-Beaulieu

and Brian Zaboski

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10.1093/med-psych/9780190918873.003.0022
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date: 15 January 2021

Thousands of students in the United States suffer from anxiety and depressive disorders, many of which may be ameliorated with early intervention and evidenced-based treatment. At the same time, complete student wellness requires a consideration of both pathology and well-being. Using a dual-factor model, this chapter reviews the symptoms, resilience factors, and functional impairments associated with anxiety and depression. Recommendations for early identification, assessment, and treatment—including psychoeducation, mindfulness, and behavioral techniques—are discussed within a multitiered system of supports. Special consideration is provided to address suicide prevention and intervention. Practical recommendations and techniques for school-based practitioners are offered, in addition to assessment measures and technology resources.

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