When Something’s Wrong: Strategies for Teachers (2015 Edition English Only, Old Editions in French & English)
The handbook, revised in 2015, has been designed to help teachers understand classroom behaviours that can accompany some of the more common childhood and youth mental disorders. Topics include Anxiety Disorders, Autism, Depression, Eating Disorders, Impulse Control Disorders, Schizophrenia, Addictive Disorders, Conduct Disorders, and Self-Injury/Self Harm. It also contains evidence-based and peer reviewed coping strategies, summaries of existing medical or therapeutic treatments, and lists some suggested resources for each disorder.
When Something’s Wrong: Ideas for Families (Available in French and English)
This handbook (2004) includes twelve sections covering Managing Problem behaviour in Children, Anxiety and Anxiety Disorders, Autism and Autism Spectrum Disorders, Borderline Personality Disorder (BPD), Eating Disorders, Impulse Control Disorders, Mood Disorders, Schizophrenia, Suicide, Tourette Syndrome (TS), Working with your Health Practitioner, and Resources.
When Something’s Wrong: Strategies for the Workplace (Available in English Only)
When Something’s Wrong: Strategies for the Workplace (2007) contains eight sections entitled Making the Business Case, Recognizing and Addressing Mental Health Problems, Accessing Services, Managing Disability Leave and Return to Work, Providing Workplace Accommodations, Creating Healthy Workplaces, Signs, Symptoms and Interventions and References.