Some Lessons Learned in 25 Years of Mental Health Consultation to Schools
In a period of 25 years of work in the schools, one learns much about the process of consultation, including the factors that make for success and failure. Sometimes the end of a quarter of a century is a good time to look back and review one’s efforts and decide what has been found that is useful or effective and what some of the typical problems are that inexperienced consultants tend to encounter.
KeywordsMental Health Mental Health Professional Community Mental Health Mental Health Specialist Mental Hygiene
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