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Prevention in Psychology
An Introduction to the Prevention Practice Kit

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February 2013 | 80 pages | SAGE Publications, Inc
This first book in the Prevention Practice Kit overviews the prevention field, the Kit contents, and highlights key points emerging through the historical evolution of prevention. It gives special attention to elements that are infused throughout all books: a systemic, ecological approach, and community and multidisciplinary collaboration.
Robert Conyne, Arthur Horne & Katherine Raczynski
Chapter 1. The Importance of Prevention
The Prevalence of Mental, Behavioral, and Substance Use Disorders  
The Importance of Prevention to Mental Health and Education Practitioners  
 
Chapter 2. History and Present Status of Prevention: Challenges Remain
 
Chapter 3. Definitions of Prevention
 
Chapter 4. Competencies Needed for Prevention Proficiency
 
Chapter 5. Prevention in Practice
 
Chapter 6. Some Possible Directions
 
Chapter 7. Coming Attractions: Stay Tuned for Next Books in the Kit

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