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Addressing Mental Health Concerns in Pediatrics: A Practical Resource Toolkit for Clinicians, 2nd edition

Marian F. Earls, MD, FAAP; Jane Meschan Foy, MD, FAAP; Cori M. Green, MD, MSc, FAAP

All clinicians working with children and adolescents must be prepared to be a first-line advocate when mental health concerns arise.

The tools in this collection align with the current AAP Mental Health Competencies for Pediatric Practice, giving you convenient access to core content, forms, screening and assessment resources, plus videos demonstrating conversation techniques firsthand.

 

Quick Links: AAP Policy Statement | Readying the Practice | Practice Workflow and Screening Approaches | Brief Interventions for Use in the Visit | Symptom-based Care | Making Effective Referrals and Linkages | Psychopharmacology Resources | Additional Resources for Families


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Editors’ Statements and AAP Policy

Readying the Practice

Practice Workflow and Screening Approaches

Brief Interventions for Use in the Visit

Specific Interventions With the “Common-Factors” Communication Approach

Symptom-based Care

Common-Elements Approaches: Brief Interventions for Common Pediatric Primary Care Problems
American Academy of Pediatrics: Pediatric Mental Health Minute Videos

Suicidality and Trauma
Anxiety and Trauma-Related Distress
Disruptive Behavior and Aggression
Emotional or Behavioral Disturbances in Children Younger Than 5 Years
Depressive Symptoms
Substance Use
Sleep Problems
Gender Expression and Identity
Eating Difficulties and Disorders

Making Effective Referrals and Linkages

Psychopharmacology Resources

Additional Resources for Families

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