Youth Behavioral Health
Interventions and curricula addressing adolescent behavioral health needs, and professional development programs to support those who work with adolescents with behavioral health issues. Programs and assessment tools that facilitate the transition of at-risk youth into the mainstream classroom.
The Adolescent Coping with Depression Course (CWD-A) combines cognitive and behavioral strategies aimed at addressing the types of problems commonly found in depressed adolescents. The CWD-A includes the therapist leader's manual and a student workbook.
A job-related social skills curriculum for adolescents utilizing a cognitive-behavioral approach. It includes 33 lessons with complementary activities and assessments and is suitable for delivery in a nine-week term.