School-Based Family Counseling: An Overview
School-Based Family Counseling (SBFC) is an interdisciplinary, integrative, systems approach to helping children succeed academically and personally through mental health approaches that link family and school.
Dr. Brian Gerrard gives a 25 minute overview of SBFC
Check out our recent books whose chapters were written mainly by our members. All proceeds go to scholarships to bring new members to our yearly Symposium.
SBFC YouTube Channel
Check out our SBFC YouTube Channel where you can find roleplayed videos demonstrating various approaches to SBFC. These videos were developed as a resource for the book: School-Based Family Counseling: An Interdisciplinary Practitioner's Guide.
At this YouTube channel there are 15 roleplayed videos on different aspects of SBFC:
First SBFC Interview with Parents Guardians
Conducting a Multi-modal Assessment
Narrative Therapy Interview
How to Do Conjoint Family Counseling
A CBT Approach to Family Counseling with Individuals
Systematic Muscle Relaxation
How to Consult with Teachers
Navigating Emotion in a Classroom Meeting
Facilitating a Parent Support Group
Conducting an Initial Wraparound Meeting