Pamela Galehouse

Pamela Galehouse
Seton Hall University · College of Nursing

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This chapter focuses on two influential intrinsic constructs: temperament and self‐regulation. It describes both temperament and self‐regulation with attention to environmental influences and challenges, assessment, and intervention strategies to enhance self‐regulation in young children and to manage dysfunctional self‐regulatory skills. The chapt...
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Background and Purpose: Child self-reports can provide unique information to researchers. When the 2-step structured format of a frequently used self-concept measure resulted in unusable data during a pilot of inner-city school children, the framework of attention and executive control was used to analyze the task and adapt administration format. M...
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Introduction/Overview Description of the Issue Assessment Observations in Context: Children with Serious Emotional or Behavioral Problems Linkages with Behavioral/Psychiatric Profile Goodness of Fit Evidence-based Implications for Practice Models of Treatment Case Exemplar Summary Recommended Resources References
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Introduction Mental Health In The Education System Description Of The Issue Etiology Of Behavioral Health In Schools The School Team Apn Collaboration Linkage With Behavioral/psychiatric Profile Of The Child And Adolescent The Apn Role In School Collaboration Evidence-based Implications For Practice, Research, And Education In Child And Adolescent...
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Mental health problems are particularly widespread for foster children. There are approximately 700,000 youth in foster care and nonfamily settings in the United States. The mean entry age is 3 years. The average stay is 2 years. Experts estimate that between 30% and 85% of youngsters in out-of-home care have significant emotional disturbances. Fos...
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The School-based Clinic is located in a New York City public elementary school with a small magnet junior high. This nurse-managed clinic has two components, the Child Health Care Center and the Family Center, of which I am the coordinator. The Family Center was established to provide services to parents and children in order to prevent the develop...
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The design of a temperament-based parenting program for inner-city families. Selective intervention parenting programs are needed for children who are at high risk for developing behavioral problems. Planning should incorporate cultural considerations to ensure the program meets needs. A pilot study to assess psychometrics of instruments, obtain pr...
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To describe the evolution and current status of a university and community partnership engaged in operating an urban elementary school-based clinic (SBC) POPULATION: The children at the school who are eligible to receive care at the SBC include 500 elementary students and 200 adolescents who attend a magnet junior high school housed in the same bui...
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purpose. To describe the evolution and current status of a university and community partnership engaged in operating an urban elementary school-based clinic (SBC)population. The children at the school who are eligible to receive care at the SBC include 500 elementary students and 200 adolescents who attend a magnet junior high school housed in the...

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