Hearts and Minds: Mental Health Support for Schools

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Morris, Ashleigh, Hyslop, Bianca, Mitchell, Angela, Jannusch, Waneka, Cuffe, Bronwyn, Sidoti, Tracey, Fullerton, Suzannah, Jacovou, Suzanna, Rohde, Kim, Pujol, Leticia, Dillon, Kay, Maizon, Katlego, Stringer, Katherine, Nhung, Le Thi Phuong, Wilkinson, Susan, Grossmann, Sabrina, Callaghan, Liam, Shaw, Deborah, Deans, Christina, ..., Brushe, Amy. Pillay, Yosheen and Tualaulelei, Eseta (ed.) 2022. Hearts and Minds: Mental Health Support for Schools. Australia. University of Southern Queensland.
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Hearts and Minds: Mental Health Support for Schools

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AuthorsMorris, Ashleigh (Author), Hyslop, Bianca (Author), Mitchell, Angela (Author), Jannusch, Waneka (Author), Cuffe, Bronwyn (Author), Sidoti, Tracey (Author), Fullerton, Suzannah (Author), Jacovou, Suzanna (Author), Rohde, Kim (Author), Pujol, Leticia (Author), Dillon, Kay (Author), Maizon, Katlego (Author), Stringer, Katherine (Author), Nhung, Le Thi Phuong (Author), Wilkinson, Susan (Author), Grossmann, Sabrina (Author), Callaghan, Liam (Author), Shaw, Deborah (Author), Deans, Christina (Author), Paolucci, Courtney (Author), Steger, Crystal (Author), Holmes, Susan (Author), Magill-Connell, Dorani (Author), Bartlett, Eden (Author), Alder-Hughes, Gabrielle (Author), Stirling, Karen (Author), Robb, Hamish (Author), Pearce, Julie (Author), Symonds, Judith A. (Author), Loxton, Heather (Author), Entsch, Jennifer (Author), Stansfield, Jillian (Author), Holzworth, Haylee Alice (Author), Jackson, Katelyn (Author), Parish, Jaymie (Author), Bilsen-Neville, Kylie (Author), Marshall, Louise (Author), Thompson, Lynele (Author), Fogelis, Megan (Author), Giaquinto, Nicole (Author), Hunt, Megan (Author), Elliott, Melissa (Author), McConochie, Robyn (Author), Thompson, Sue (Author) and Brushe, Amy (Author)
EditorsPillay, Yosheen and Tualaulelei, Eseta
Number of Pages262
Year2022
PublisherUniversity of Southern Queensland
Place of PublicationAustralia
ISBN9780645326154
Digital Object Identifier (DOI)https://doi.org/10.26192/q7vv8
Web Address (URL)https://usq.pressbooks.pub/heartsandminds/
Abstract

Hearts and Minds is a collection of generic mental health case studies written by students at the University of Southern Queensland. The mental health concerns focus on those typically experienced within schools and include Anxiety, Autism Spectrum Disorder, Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder, Depression, Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder and Suicidal Ideation.

KeywordsMental health, case studies, education, guidance and counselling; UniSQ opentext
ANZSRC Field of Research 2020390499. Specialist studies in education not elsewhere classified
390404. Educational counselling
390412. Teacher and student wellbeing
Institution of OriginUniversity of Southern Queensland
Byline AffiliationsUniversity of Southern Queensland
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