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The authors look at both the risk factors and the protective factors involved in emotional health, and address the impact of issues such as bullying, social exclusion, loss, and bereavement.

Where to Start in Matching an Intervention to Your School
Where to start in matching an intervention to your school

If certain questions are not asked at the outset or plans not devised to take account of responses then the impact of any attempt to introduce new policy and practice may well be limited and an ineffective use of time for all concerned. (Roffey, 2000, p. 16)

There is a clear challenge for society in meeting the needs of young people experiencing mental health difficulties and finding a role for schools to play in alleviating the problem. But as we have seen, the underlying causes are many and complex, and, while some have common solutions, others are closely linked to specific environmental or community conditions. There are ...

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