Child Mental Health: Recent Developments with Respect to Risk, Resilience, and Interventions

  title={Child Mental Health: Recent Developments with Respect to Risk, Resilience, and Interventions},
  author={E. Goldman and Joan Stamler and Kimberly E. Kleinman and Sarah Kerner and O. Lewis},
  • E. Goldman, Joan Stamler, +2 authors O. Lewis
  • Published 2016
  • Medicine
  • The chapter focuses on risk and protective factors in children’s behavioral and emotional health. There is special emphasis on emerging research in the field of chronic stress, trauma, and poverty as especially powerful in influencing child development. Protective factors are reviewed including the role of family, schools, and community support in terms of resilience in dealing with these challenges. Next we discuss effective family and school-based intervention programs with special reference… CONTINUE READING
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