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(p. 265) Addressing Trauma and Other Barriers to Learning and Teaching: Developing a Comprehensive System of Intervention 

(p. 265) Addressing Trauma and Other Barriers to Learning and Teaching: Developing a Comprehensive System of Intervention
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(p. 265) Addressing Trauma and Other Barriers to Learning and Teaching: Developing a Comprehensive System of Intervention
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Howard s. Adelman

and Linda Taylor

DOI:
10.1093/med:psych/9780199766529.003.0018
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date: 13 April 2021

This chapter clarifies why efforts to address problems related to trauma in schools need to go well beyond just enhancing availability and access to individual, clinically-oriented mental health services. From this perspective, we emphasize that trauma and all other student learning, behavior, and emotional problems can and should be approached within the context of a comprehensive system of intervention within schools and school districts. Specifically highlighted are the nature and scope of a unifying and comprehensive systemic approach and the mechanisms needed to develop and sustain it.

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