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Building a Collaborative Culture for Student Mental Health was formerly called Social, Emotional and Mental Health in Schools. This practice group has as its primary objective to promote the active exchange of ideas and collaboration between school employed and community employed mental health providers, educators, and families. This exchange is to support the social, emotional and mental health and the academic success of all children and adolescents. Research suggests that the social/emotional health of children and adolescents is linked to their academic and overall success in schools. A collegial, invitational approach to working together will allow all professionals and families to effect positive systemic change resulting in better informed and skilled school personnel to address the needs of students. By working together in a collaborative and creative manner, school, family, and community resources can better serve the educational and social/emotional needs of all students and assist in ensuring good mental health.
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