Schoolwide Complete Social Emotional Health

In our research and consultation with our school partners, we used a dual-factor or two-continua model, which conceptualizes mental distress symptoms and indicators of mental wellness as co-occurring, distinct factors that contribute to overall mental health functioning, or social emotional health. 

Screening/Minotoring planning: User guide wellness screening: Step-by-step

What is complete wellness screneing?: Universal wellness screening

Suggestion for following up (Tier 2) : Followup checklist for individual students

Schoolwide strengths and needs (Tier 1): Taking action review sheets 

Key References

Moore, S., Mayworm, A. M., Stein, R., Sharkey, J. D., & Dowdy, E. (2019). Languishing students: Linking complete mental health screening in schools to Tier II intervention. Journal of Applied School Psychology, First online, 27 March, 2019.

Kim, E. K., Dowdy, E., & Furlong, M. J.  (2014). An exploration of using a dual-factor model in school-based mental health screening. Canadian Journal of School Psychology, 29, 127–140. doi:10.1177/0829573514529567

Moffa, K., Dowdy, E., & Furlong. M. J. (2016). Exploring the contributions of school belonging to complete mental health screening. Australian Educational and Developmental Psychologist. doi:10.1017/edp.2016.8

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