SBBH Partners with George Washington University
The LIFT Grant (Learning Through Interdisciplinary Frame)
Our SBBH site highlights the important link between student mental health and academic success. Take a few moments to CONTRIBUTE to teacher preparation by taking this SURVEY. Click here for more information. Read More
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Welcome to the School-Based Behavioral Health (SBBH) Website!
This site represents the collaboration of University of Pittsburgh students, faculty members, and institutional partners working to improve schools by promoting the behavioral health and safety of children and adolescents. Here, you will find resources to support children and teens who have emotional and behavioral challenges.
Embracing Diversity: A Casebook for Teachers
Human diversity brings with it diversity in our schools. Check out this casebook that might enhance educators’ skills and knowledge in communicating and interacting effectively with students and their families who identify with different cultures. Read More
Visit the LEADERS PROJECT!
Discover the professional genealogy of this FAMILY TREE bridging many generations. Read biographies of leaders from the field of children's behavioral and mental health. Learn about the career paths, experiences and contributions of pioneers advocating for children of all ages. Read More
JUST ARRIVED AUGUST 2012 - SUPPORTS FOR SCHOOL LEADERS!
Here you will find supports created for school leaders who encounter situations related to children's mental and behavioral health every day. Resources include test anxiety, adolescent depression, wrap around services, supporting first year teachers, chronic illness, and minority and low SES parental involvement. Read More
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