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(p. 52) The Importance of Consultation in Supporting Bereaved Students 

(p. 52) The Importance of Consultation in Supporting Bereaved Students
(p. 52) The Importance of Consultation in Supporting Bereaved Students

Jeffrey C. Roth

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date: 30 July 2021

This chapter describes how models, concepts, and skills of consultation play an important role in supporting bereaved students. Consultation by school-based mental health providers is emphasized as a means of developing the knowledge and skills of teachers, administrators, staff, peers, and family caregivers to foster resilience and build capacity for early intervention, coping, and recovery through problem-solving processes and systems-level interventions. The availability of and access to consultation is examined. Such consultation can include indirect service to school and family caregivers, workshops and training modules with consultative follow-up, and use of the Internet and online interactive communities. Ways to overcome barriers are explored, including systems-level approaches that create opportunities for primary prevention and universal interventions that can reach many students and expand the capacity to support mental health.

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