Between March 20 and 23, 2016, 150 delegates came to Banff, Alberta for the 48th International Conference on Behavioural Science. This year's theme was School Mental Health: Challenges and Opportunities. Students, researchers, professors, clinicians, educators, and service providers discussed the barriers and strengths of school mental health interventions and research. Through plenary addresses and workshops, participants were presented with the most recent research findings from internationally recognized experts, effective systems for organizing and delivering services, and a range of evidence-based programs and practices from prevention to crisis intervention.
Promoting mental health among Aboriginal youth through culturally-relevant programming. Click here.
Creating a national research, policy, and practice agenda in school mental health: Collective learnings, collaborative possibilities. Click here.
Emerging research in promoting adolescents’ social, emotional, and cognitive competence and well-being through mindfulness-based programs. Click here.
The Healthy Relationships Plus Program: Embedding mental health promotion in an evidence-based healthy relationships approach. Click here.
Evidence-based practices to support trauma-exposed students. Click here.
Successful implementation of effective universal, select, and targeted anxiety prevention programs K-12. Click here.
Evaluating best practices for providing school-based services to middle and high school students with ADHD. Click here.
Contemplative science goes to school: Bringing social and emotional learning and mindfulness programs to the classroom. Click here.
Before, during, and after: Best practices for school-based crisis intervention. Click here.