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(p. 40) Framing School Mental Health Services Within a Dual-Factor Model of Mental Health 

(p. 40) Framing School Mental Health Services Within a Dual-Factor Model of Mental Health
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(p. 40) Framing School Mental Health Services Within a Dual-Factor Model of Mental Health
Author(s):

Beth Doll

, Evan H. Dart

, Prerna G. Arora

, and Tai A. Collins

DOI:
10.1093/med-psych/9780190918873.003.0003
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date: 15 January 2021

This chapter proposes a reimagined dual-factor, multitiered system of support (MTSS) that targets students’ complete mental health by simultaneously diminishing symptoms of mental disorders and enhancing attributes of well-being. Examples of assessments and interventions are cited to show that our existing knowledge base includes examples of universal screening, progress monitoring, and interventions that address complete mental health. An argument is made for more research to build a broader base of assessments of well-being for progress monitoring and universal screening and to develop and field test decision-making protocols to identify students’ complete mental health needs and align services with these needs. The chapter concludes that important first steps toward dual-factor MTSS have already been taken.

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