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PBIS Goes Pre-K: Introduction to the Pyramid Model

Heather Googe, Ph.D., University of South Carolina Child Development Research Center


Using Data to Establish MTSS for Complete Mental Health

Catherine Raulerson, Ed.S., Karen Cox, M.A., Natalie Romer, Ph.D., Rachel Bailey, M.S. University of South Florida


Evaluation of a Counselor Training Program for Working with At-Risk Populations

Jonathon Ohrt, Ph.D., Brooke Wymer, LISW-CP/s, Jessic Guest, Ed.S., Jennifer Deaton, M.S., Claudia Fletcher, M.S., University of South Carolina


Managing Multiple Prevention Programs

Jan Urbanski, Ed.D., Jane Riese, MSW/LSW, June Jenkins, M.Ed., Clemson University


The Olweus Bullying Prevention Program: Building a Positive School Climate Using Bullying Prevention Best Practices

Jan Urbanski, Ed.D., Jane Riese, MSW/LSW, June Jenkins, M.Ed., Clemson University


Data-Driven Professional Development: Teacher Training on Functional Assessment-Based Interventions

Shanna Hirsch, Ph.D., Kristina Randall, M.Ed., Clemson University, Kathleen Lane, Ph.D., University of Kansas


Serving Those That Serve: Improving School-based Support for Military Connected Youth

Cpt. John Terry, Ph.D., United States Air Force, Marissa Miller, Ph.D., Children’s National Health System


Proven Reinforcers to Create a Climate of Appreciation in Your School

Laura Riffel, Ph.D., University of Kansas


Functional Behavior Assessment Data Graphing Tool (Free)

Laura Riffel, Ph.D., University of Kansas


Aligning and Integrating School Mental Health and PBIS: Resources and Tools for Training, Technical Assistance, and Coaching

Kelly Perales, LCSW, Midwest PBIS Network


Effective School-based Mental Health Programs

Allison Farrell, MPH, LISW-CP, ACM, Chris Haines, MS, LPCI, SC Department of Mental Health


An Alternative Path: Diversion for Juvenile Offenders

Nina Spinelli, MPA


School Behavioral Health Jargon Deconstructed

Gina Kunz, Ph.D., Matt Irvin, Ph.D., David Stodden, Ph.D., Mark Weist, Ph.D., University of South Carolina

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