Products & Resources Catalog

School as Client: Mental Health Services for Diverse Population in the School Culture

This document informs about the importance of students' mental health in school, the provision of school mental health services, and the role of

Servicios de salud mental escolar para niños y adolescentes hispanos y latinos

En esta infografía se resume como la discriminación y el estrés de aculturación afecta a los niños y jóvenes hispanos y latinos, también las

School-Based Mental Health Services for Hispanic and Latino Children and Youth

This infographic summarizes how discrimination and acculturation stress affects Hispanic and Latino children and youth mental health and the

Abordando el acoso escolar en niños y adolescentes hispanos y latinos en la escuela

Este documento informa sobre la prevalencia del acoso escolar en los estudiantes hispanos y latinos. Aunque se ha observado un descenso en las

Addressing Bullying Among Hispanic and Latino Children and Youth at School Setting

This brief document informs about the prevalence of bullying among Hispanic and Latino students in the school setting. Although we have observed

Complicated Grief: Cultural Considerations When Working with Loss in Hispanic and Latino Students and Their Families

This document informs on what complicated grief is and how the Hispanic and Latino children and youth express it. It provides key aspects of

School-Based Mental Health Interventions in a High Trauma Setting

This presentation will look at creative intervention strategies to address the continually evolving needs in a newcomer campus that works

Hispanic Heritage Month is Over, Now What Unpacking What it Means to Work with Latinx Clients

Every year we celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month and make strides to helping the broader U.S. society learn more about Hispanics as a group. This

Webinar: La CLAVE to Reduce Treatment Delay in Latinos with First Episode Psychosis

In this webinar, we describe a community campaign that we developed and evaluated to reduce the treatment delay of Latinos with first-episode of