Book: School-Based Behavior Interventions, Strategies and Tools by Lisa Bundrick and Alicia BackusBy Teachers.Net News Desk
Just published: School-Based Behavior Interventions, Strategies and Tools by Lisa Bundrick and Alicia Backus School social workers Lisa Bundrick and Alicia Backus have published their first joint book, School-Based Behavior Interventions, Strategies, and Tools. This book is geared towards educators and mental health professionals and filled with tons of practical behavior interventions, forms, checklists and charts. The authors cite this book as a “go to guide” for any individual in the education or mental health field. School-Based Behavior Interventions, Strategies, and Tools is published with The Bureau For At-Risk Youth and available at: http://www.childswork.com/at this time. Bundrick and Backus have written together previously and their joint works have been featured in the Teachers.Net Gazette. Lisa Bundrick holds permanent certification as a School Social Worker for grades K-12 and is a Licensed Master Social Worker (LMSW) in New York State. As a school social worker for ten years, she has experience with conducting individual, group and crisis counseling interventions, functional behavior assessments and behavior plans, and professional development opportunities. Lisa is a published author of numerous publications relating to school social work and of children’s literature. She is currently employed as a school social worker at the Hoosick Falls Elementary School. Alicia Backus holds permanent certification as a School Social Worker for grades K-12 and is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW), both in New York State. Her experience includes working with children and families in wilderness settings, hospitals, and public schools. As a school social worker in a public district, Alicia works with students in individual, small group, crisis intervention, and group counseling settings. She also has experience with crisis intervention, developing functional behavior assessments and behavior intervention plans, and staff professional development. Alicia is currently a board member of the New York State School Social Workers Association and is employed as a school social worker for Schenectady City School District.