Afraid of Opening Pandora’s Box? How to Address Student Needs After Mental Health Screening in Schools - Field Example

Given the increase in child and adolescent mental health needs over recent decades, exacerbated by recent events, schools are understandably concerned about how to practically and ethically meet the mental health needs of students if they conduct universal screening. This webinar describes a field example from one school district who successfully implemented screening.

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