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Emotional and Behavioral Disorders and Children's Mental Health Issues

Books

Educating Your Child with an Emotional or Behavioral Disorder (EBD)
Explains how children and adolescents with emotional disturbance can get services and supports to succeed in school environments, including the regular classroom, and how parents can utilize positive communication skills in developing partnerships between home and school. 2007
square $5 | 10+ copies, $4 each  | PHP-a21

Honorable Intentions: A Parent's Guide to Educational Planning for Children with Emotional or Behavioral Disorders
Updated! A comprehensive guide for parents, advocates and others. Addresses assessment, IEPs, school discipline, mental health services, communication, resolving differences, and more. 2009.
square $8 | 10+ copies, $6 each  | PHP-a29

Information Cards

Tip Card: Help your child develop healthy, positive skills
Laminated card with ideas for parents on how to help their child develop strong social and emotional skills, including conversation starters. 2016.
$0.25 | 100+ copies, $.20 each | PHP-a47

Record Keeping Folders

Children’s Mental Health Parent Folder
A folder with information for parents on what records, reports, and e-mail communication from the school and mental health provider(s) to keep. A communication log is also provided. 2015.
$2.00 each | MPC-6cmh

Handouts squareFree to Download pdf icon | $1.50 per request | 10+ copies, $.50 each

Publication Name Publication Code
Accessing County Children's Mental Health Services for Your Child PHP-c84
Accommodation and Modifications Parent and Child Checklist PHP-c49b
Behavior Intervention or Crisis Plans PHP-c141
Crisis Management Plan: Support at Home for Children and Youth with Mental Health Needs PHP-c225
Crisis Management Plan: Support at Home for Children and Youth with Mental Health Needs (Hmong edition) PHP-c225h
Encourage Your Child’s Positive Behavior and School Success PHP-c218a
Encourage Your Child’s Positive Behavior and School Success - Hmong PHP-c218a(h)
Examples of PBI Strategies PHP-c215b
Examples of PBI Strategies - Hmong PHP-c215b(h)
Examples of PBI Strategies - Spanish PHP-c215b(s)
Parent Checklist for Residential Treatment Programs PHP-c85b
Parent Documentation: Behavior Concern for Early Childhood (3 Years to 5 Years) PHP-c106d
Parent Documentation: Behavior Concern for Infants (Birth to 1 Year) PHP-c106b
Parent Documentation: Behavior Concern for Toddlers (1 Year to 3 Years) PHP-c106c
Planning for a meeting about your child's behavior needs PHP-c144
Residential Programs for Children: Things for Parents to Consider PHP-c85a
Sample PBIS Home Plan PHP-c218b
Sample PBIS Home Plan - Hmong PHP-c218b(h)
Sample Self-Advocacy Plan PHP-c149b
School Accommodation and Modification Ideas for Students who Receive Special Education Services PHP-c49a
Separate Programs for Minnesota Children with Emotional or Behavioral Disorders: A Parent’s Guide PHP-c177
Tantrums, Tears, and Tempers: Behavior Is Communication PHP-c154
Tantrums, Tears, and Tempers: Behavior Is Communication (Hmong version) PHP-c154h
Tips for Military Families: Helping Your Children Adjust to a Parent with Combat-related Trauma PHP-c238
Tips for Military Families: Supporting Your Child with Mental Health Needs PHP-c239
Tips for Talking to Youth Who Are Under Stress PHP-c234
Tips for Teachers and School Staff from Students with Mental Health and Behavioral Challenges PHP-c148
Transition to Adulthood for Youth with Challenging Behaviors: Transition Planning Tips for Parents PHP-c235
What is a Functional Behavioral Assessment and How Is It Used? An Overview for Parents PHP-c215a
What is a Functional Behavioral Assessment and How Is It Used? An Overview for Parents - Spanish PHP-c215a(s)
When Should Parents Be Concerned About Their Child’s Behavior PHP-c106a
Your IEP Meeting: A Great Place to Practice Self-Advocacy Skills PHP-c149a
Youth Tips for Parents: How to Talk to Your Teenager About His or Her Mental Health PHP-c216
 

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