For more information view the SAGE Journals Sharing page. Children who present with school refusal may meet criteria for multiple internalizing and externalizing behavior problems, including anxiety, depression, phobia, separation anxiety, aggression, temper trantrums, and non‐compliance (Egger, Costello, & Angold, 2003; Heyne et al., 2001; Kearney, 2001). Describe what happened to the control/comparison group        [CGTXDESC], D2. Routine practice vs. Research project       [RSRCH], B1. [ATT], E1. The program aims to identify reasons for school refusal, develop a comprehensive treatment plan to address school refusing behavior and help transition kids back into an academic environment. Focal Format‐ Use same numbering system above and select the ONE format type that is considered the focal format of the intervention. By continuing to browse The prevalence of school refusal behavior is difficult to ascertain, due to the discrepancy in how school refusal is defined and lack of any national reporting; however, most researchers estimate that less than 5% of school‐age children exhibit school refusal behavior (Burke & Silverman, 1987; Elliott, 1999; Fremont, 2003; King, Ollendick, & Tonge, 1995; Ollendick & Mayer, 1984). Individual, family, and school context appear to be important to understanding the causes as well as the maintenance of school refusal behavior. Egger et al. * Last Version School Refusal Assessment And Treatment * Uploaded By Laura Basuki, treatment of school refusal includes several psychological approaches including cognitive behavior therapy along with systematic desensitization exposure therapy and operant behavioral techniques cognitive behavior therapy derived from behavior Individual factors associated with school refusal include personality characteristics, such as introversion, temperament, low self‐confidence, and behavioral inhibition (Thambirajah et al., 2008). Treatment Format: Check all that apply:        [FRMT], C9. What is the name of the intervention received by treatment group? Comparison group standard deviation___________        [ESCGSD], E36. The email address and/or password entered does not match our records, please check and try again. Eight studies including 435 children and adolescents with school refusal were included in this review. The Q statistic is calculated by adding the squared deviations of each study's effect size from the mean effect size, weighting their contribution by its inverse variance. More than ¼ of all youth will engage in some degree of school refusal during their schooling years, ranging from complaints and threats to avoid school, to missing school for months or even years at a time. We will review reference lists of prior reviews and related meta‐analyses for relevant studies. Limited but encouraging support for the efficacy, clinical utility and acceptability of behavioral treatments for school refusal. Assigned N for treatment group___________        [ASSNTX], E9. Country in which study was conducted        [CNTRY], A4. A. C. (, King, N., Tonge, B. J., Heyne, D., Ollendick, T. H. (, King, N. J., Ollendick, T. H., Tonge, B. J. Although most school refusal interventions involve CBT, they employ a number of different strategies that vary from program to program. In cases where we encounter studies with multiple outcomes for dependent or overlapping samples (e.g., multiple treatments compared against one control group), we will code all of the effect sizes but only include one treatment/control comparison in the meta‐analysis. These authors will discuss any inter‐rater differences to refine coding schemes and resolve any discrepancies. Authors should not publish Campbell reviews in journals before they are ready for publication in the Campbell Library. Interventions are most commonly delivered in a school or clinic setting. Consultation with school personnel and parents: Calling a truce to assist the youth. In the past two decades, the conceptualization and definition of school refusal behavior has evolved. “What works” has been built up largely on the basis of clinical experience‐substantial, scientifically sound, controlled studies of tx efficacy continue to be absent from the lit. Did the researchers present evidence that suggests that the program was        [FIMP], C16. [GPEQ], D7. school refusing children are outlined with practical suggestions and clinical tips for each treatment procedure school refusal assessment and treatment school refusal occurs when a student will not go to school or frequently experiences severe distress related to school attendance comprehensive treatment of school refusal including psychiatric Race/ethnicity‐ indicate predominant race/ethnicity [RACE], B5. In this study, thirty‐four school‐refusing children were randomly assigned to a cognitive‐behavioral treatment condition or a waiting‐list control condition. Working off-campus? Authors recommend strategies based on three categories of school refusers. Reviews that have focused more specifically on outcomes of interventions have not employed systematic review methods or meta‐analytic techniques to quantitatively synthesize the results. Behavioral and cognitive‐behavioral approaches have received the most attention in prior reviews; however, a range of additional strategies have been used in the treatment of school refusal behavior. Assessment of school refusal behavior: Examining the motivating conditions underlying school absence. [MFID], C15. In addition, we will examine the references of the retrieved primary studies for potential studies relevant to the review. 2. Anxiety and phobic disorders‐subgroup of school refusal included, “Overall, school refusal has responded to CBT programs as demonstrated by a number of controlled studies, with general maintenance of gains.”, Non‐attendance (truancy and school refusal), “In present climate, appears that the most appropriate and effective method in dealing with chronic non‐attendance is to design an individualized program according to the pupil's particular needs, but involving a multi‐systems approach.”. Anxiety as a risk factor for school absenteeism: What differentiates anxious school attenders from non-attenders? Because we are interested in psychosocial interventions that can be implemented by school or mental health professionals, we will exclude solely pharmacological and medical interventions from this review; however, we will include studies that use pharmacotherapy as part of a psychosocial intervention. Teen Anxiety, Teen Depression, and School Refusal. Main effects and moderator analysis will be conducted separately on each outcome construct with the latter done as multivariate (meta‐regression) analysis when possible. If there are an adequate number of studies with longitudinal follow‐up, we will examine changes in effect sizes over time. Are the above means adjusted? While the functional treatment of school refusal has been identified as a promising approach (Kearney & Silverman, 1990; 1999), to date, this intervention lacks rigorous evaluation. If matching was used, how were groups matched? Summary and descriptive statistics of the study‐level contextual characteristics, methodological quality characteristics, and participant and intervention characteristics will be used to describe the included studies. Because there is no consensus on what constitutes a “diagnosis” of school refusal behavior, this review will include only studies in which participants have both an attendance problem and anxiety or a similar clinical symptom(s) related to stress, mood, or anxiety that affects their school attendance. Treatment consisted of individual child cognitive‐behavioral therapy plus parent/teacher training in child behavior management skills. King and colleagues (King et al., 2005; King, Tonge, Heyne, & Ollendick, 2000) conducted two reviews of school refusal intervention outcome studies. Type of report (SELECT ONE)        [PUBTP], A2. (, Borenstein, M., Hedges, L., Higgins, J., Rothstein, H. (, Buitelaar, J. K., van Andel, H., Duyx, J. H., van Strien, D. C. (, Christle, C. A., Jolivette, K., Nelson, C. M. (, Egger, H. L., Costello, E. J., Angold, A. The Importance of School Pedagogical and Social Climate to Students’ U... Association among school refusal behavior, self-esteem, parental schoo... Berney, T., Kolvin, I., Bhate, S. R., Garside, R. F., Jeans, J., Kay, B., Scarth, L. (, *Bernstein, G. A., Borchardt, C. M., Perwien, A. R., Crosby, R. D., Kushner, M. G., Thuras, P. D., Last, C. G. (, Bernstein, G. A., Garfinkel, B. D., Borchardt, C. M. (, Bools, C., Foster, J., Brown, I., Berg, I. Contact us if you experience any difficulty logging in. Method of assignment to condition(s)        [UNIT], D4. School refusal peaks at several points of development, including with entry into Kindergarten, between ages 7-9, and again with entry into Middle or High School. Stay as calm as you can, taking your child’s worries seriously and listening to how they’re feeling. [NOEQCTR], D9. We anticipate using standardized mean difference effect sizes for outcomes on continuous measures and odds ratios for outcomes presented as dichotomous variables. This site uses cookies. This paper addresses the problem of school phobia, one of the most common childhood anxiety disorders. The formats can include individual, group, and/or family interventions. Currently, CMA 2.2 only allows for meta‐regression with continuous scaled variables. Social skills training is a commonly utilized behavioral intervention for children who exhibit school refusal behavior as a result of poor peer relationships or social anxiety (King et al., 1998). School refusal is a complex problem that has been found to have multiple causes and be maintained by factors across the child's ecology (Thambirahah, Grandison, & De‐Hayes, 2008). Outcome: attendance OR absen∗ OR anxiety OR “school refus∗” OR “school phobia” OR “school anxiety”, Intervention: evaluation OR intervention OR treatment OR outcome OR program, Targeted population: student∗ OR school∗ OR child∗ OR adolescen∗. Forced school attendance may be appropriate for younger students or those with mild school refusal. [ITT], E14. In the case of school refusal behavior, relaxation training is employed as a means of reducing feelings of psychological and physiological arousal and somatic symptoms associated with school or separation from a parent (King, Heyne, & Ollendick, 2005). It presents four case studies of preadolescent school phobia involving two girls and two boys in grades four through seven. If there is no single format that can be identified as the focal format, code 88 for multiple format program. Login failed. Functional assessment and treatment have been successfully used for school refusal behavior. [FWUP], E6. How often does your child have bad feelings about going to school because he/she is afraid of something re-lated to school (for example, tests, school … The Q statistic is distributed as a chi‐square with k‐1 degrees of freedom (k = the number of effect sizes). Although there have been systematic reviews and meta‐analyses conducted on the effects of interventions for children and adolescents with anxiety disorders (see Brendel, 2011; Ishikawa, Okajima, Hirofumi, & Sakano, 2007), we have not located a systematic review or meta‐analysis of interventions focused specifically on school refusal behavior. The authors will make every attempt to translate studies in languages other than English for inclusion in the review. Studies must include a comparison of treatment and control conditions to which students are randomly assigned or nonrandomly assigned. The coding instrument will include items related to bibliographic information and source descriptors; methods and procedures; context, nature, and implementation of the intervention; sample characteristics; and outcome data needed to calculate effect sizes. The 2000 review included eight published studies of CBT interventions using a range of research designs. Listen to the child or young person and find out if there is anything specific that is bothering them at school (e.g. the site you are agreeing to our use of cookies. School refusal and anxiety are often linked. Pharmacotherapy showed conflicting results when treating anxiety‐based school refusers. “At first glance, our review of research suggests empirical support for CB therapy in the tx of SR.” When they applied stringent criteria regarding evidentiary support for psychosocial interventions (outlined by the Task Force on Promotion and Dissemination of Psychological Procedures), “empirical support for the well‐established status of CBT is found wanting”. Scholars have described school refusal behavior fairly consistently, with a few exceptions (e.g., Kearney, 2008), as a subtype of nonattender: students who have attendance difficulties resulting from emotional distress. Did the authors provide any information about the statistical significance of the difference between the two groups on this dependent variable? Find out about Lean Library here, If you have access to journal via a society or associations, read the instructions below. Who provided the services? School refusal occurs when a student will not go to school or frequently experiences severe distress related to school attendance. “However, since very few controlled studies have been reported at this stage in treatment research, it would be premature to extol the clinical virtues of cognitive‐behavior therapy” (p. 506). school refusal assessment and treatment Oct 11, 2020 Posted By Nora Roberts Public Library TEXT ID f396b524 Online PDF Ebook Epub Library practical assessment and treatment issues marcella i lee raymond g miltenberger north dakota state university abstract this paper discusses diagnostic classification and If you have the appropriate software installed, you can download article citation data to the citation manager of your choice. [CGTX], C18. Click the button below for the full-text content, 24 hours online access to download content. We will use Comprehensive Meta‐Analysis 2.2 to conduct meta‐analysis. Source of outcome data        [DSOURCE], E3. Behavioral, ed.‐supportive, parent‐teacher, pscyhopharm. ~~ Free eBook School Refusal Assessment And Treatment ~~ Uploaded By Nora Roberts, treatment of school refusal includes several psychological approaches including cognitive behavior therapy along with systematic desensitization exposure therapy and operant behavioral techniques cognitive behavior therapy derived from behavior Pretest measurements generally occur at or immediately prior to the beginning of the intervention. Calculated standard error of the effect size_______        [ESSE]. ## PDF School Refusal Assessment And Treatment ## Uploaded By Dr. Seuss, treatment of school refusal includes several psychological approaches including cognitive behavior therapy along with systematic desensitization exposure therapy and operant behavioral techniques cognitive behavior therapy derived from behavior therapy the All psychosocial interventions that aim to increase attendance and decrease anxiety in school‐age youth who exhibit school refusal behavior will be eligible for inclusion in this review. Frequency of contact between participants and provider        [FRQ], C13. How much did this program cost per student? A test of homogeneity (Q‐test) will be conducted to compare the observed variance to what would be expected from sampling error. Scandinavian Journal of Educational Research, International Journal of Human Rights in Healthcare, Treatment for School Refusal Among Children and Adolescents, http://doi.org/10.1097/00004583-200003000-00008, http://campbellcollaboration.org/lib/project/232/, http://summit.sfu.ca/system/files/iritems1/3665/b14217697.pdf, Mindfulness-Based Interventions for Youth With Anxiety: A Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis, Indicated Truancy Interventions for Chronic Truant Students: A Campbell Systematic Review. The recommended optimal review team composition includes at least one person on the review team who has content expertise, at least one person who has methodological expertise and at least one person who has statistical expertise. Voluntary and informed decisions. Types of outcomes: To be included, a study must assess intervention effects on school attendance and anxiety. Research shows that high school students today have more anxiety symptoms. If necessary, additional sensitivity analysis will be conducted if other issues arise that may impede our confidence in the estimated pooled effect size estimates. Signed on behalf of the authors: The full text of this article hosted at iucr.org is unavailable due to technical difficulties. Concluded that each treatment modality did not have enough evidence of effectiveness. Has the instrument that measured this construct demonstrated reliability and validity in this sample or similar samples OR use of public agency administrative data, behavioral or biological measures? Comparison group mean:____________        [ESCGM], E34. We are interested in two primary outcomes for this review: attendance and anxiety. What did the control/comparison group receive? Meta‐analysis, on the other hand, represents key findings in terms of effect size, rather than statistical significance. About 2 per cent of all school-aged children experience school refusal. Their report concluded, “At first glance, our review of research suggests empirical support for cognitive‐behavioral therapy in the treatment of school refusal…” (p. 501). Intent‐to‐Treat Analysis‐ Are results for this effect size based on an intent‐to‐treat analysis? No, presented multiple problems with fidelity, 4. The following research questions guide this study: We propose to include all studies that meet the inclusion criteria outlined above. Psychosocial interventions outside of behavioral or CBT models include educational‐support strategies and non‐CBT individual and family therapy. Agenda Understanding School Refusal: Model and Assessment The scope and consequences of school refusal behavior. In cases where there are multiple points of follow‐up for a given outcome measure, we will record all points of follow‐up and conduct a separate analysis for effect sizes at similar points of follow‐up. Non‐CBT and non‐behavioral psychosocial school refusal interventions typically target the mechanisms contributing to anxiety as hypothesized by the model being utilized. Although the authors used substantially the same studies in both reviews, the two reviews came to different conclusions. King et al. [PR‐TRN], C7. The article deals with systemic-family therapeutic implications of differential diagnostics of school refusal behavior. P. 222. Were follow‐up data collected on this measure? Assigned N for treatment group___________        [ASSNTX], E28. We will use Excel to manage data and conduct descriptive analysis. [MEASREL], E4. Describe the program/intervention        [TXDESC], C3. It is anticipated that the review will be completed within 6 months following approval of the protocol. The e-mail addresses that you supply to use this service will not be used for any other purpose without your consent. The onset of school refusal can occur gradually, either with no obvious etiology or as a result of a specific trigger. Were follow‐up data collected on this measure? Somewhat‐ presented some problems with fidelity, but reasonably well implemented, 3. Behavioral interventions are employed directly with students and/or their parents. In the 2005 study, the authors concluded, “Overall, school refusal has responded to CBT programs as demonstrated in a number of controlled studies, with general maintenance of gains” (p. 249). Treatment group mean:____________        [ESTXM], E32. If you have access to a journal via a society or association membership, please browse to your society journal, select an article to view, and follow the instructions in this box. “A review of the literature concerning the behavioral treatment of school phobia has revealed that…case reports indicate that these treatment shave been effective in the modification of school phobic behavior”. Assigned N for comparison group____________        [ASSNCG], E10. Dependent Measures Descriptors‐ ATTENDANCE, Effect Size Data‐ (Continuous Outcome Variable), E8. The posttest measurements comparing the intervention and comparison conditions are the key outcome measurements of interest for the proposed review. I have read and accept the terms and conditions, View permissions information for this article. School refusal interventions are generally either child or parent‐focused. Use the link below to share a full-text version of this article with your friends and colleagues. Has the instrument that measured this construct demonstrated reliability and validity in this sample or similar samples OR use of public agency administrative data, behavioral or biological measures? This broader reach will allow for the possibility of identifying studies that may not have been included in previous reviews. The first profile is the child who refuses school to avoid school related objects and situations. Like adults, young people (aged 16 or 17) are presumed to have sufficient capacity to decide on their own medical treatment, unless … CBT may be more effective if used prescriptively and tailored to the individual child. 4. Please check you selected the correct society from the list and entered the user name and password you use to log in to your society website. Learn more. Types of settings: The review will include interventions conducted in any setting that serves primary or secondary school students. This product could help you, Accessing resources off campus can be a challenge. t‐value from an independent t‐test or square root of from a one‐way analysis of variance (df 1)________ F‐value        [ES‐T], E37. Contingency management involves providing home or school‐based rewards to attend school and increase the amount of time children stay in school. Please give brief description of content and methodological expertise within the review team. For meta‐regression with categorical variables, we will use SPSS or STATA with appropriate macros. Some kids, no matter their age, academic level, prior school history, or parental situation, refuse to go to school…kicking and screaming, running away, and crying. School refusal behavior is a psychosocial problem for students characterized by severe emotional distress and anxiety at the prospect of going to school, leading to difficulties in attending school and, in some cases, significant absences from school (Kahn, Nursten, & Carroll, 1981). Simply select your manager software from the list below and click on download. This review will not include studies conducted in residential facilities, as these settings are highly controlled and not typical of regular school settings. ~~ Free Reading School Refusal Assessment And Treatment ~~ Uploaded By Mary Higgins Clark, treatment of school refusal includes several psychological approaches including cognitive behavior therapy along with systematic desensitization exposure therapy and operant behavioral techniques cognitive behavior therapy derived from You accept responsibility for maintaining the review in light of new evidence, comments and criticisms, and other developments, and updating the review at least once every three years, or, if requested, transferring responsibility for maintaining the review to others as agreed with the Coordinating Group. For more information, call our Partial Hospitalization Program intake coordinator at 720-777-7794. Contingency management, drawing from operant conditioning principles, is another commonly utilized behavioral intervention to treat school refusal behavior (Elliott, 1999). To further our theoretical understanding of school refusal and its treatment, studies should include measures of factors held to mediate outcome. It is also recommended to have one person with information retrieval expertise. Length of follow‐up? Treatment group standard deviation____________        [TXSD], E16. Treatment Group‐ There may be more than one treatment group per study. A child may miss an excessive number of days of school, leading to poor academic performance and disruptions in social and extracurricular activities (King & Bernstein, 2001). Although there is no definitive consensus, there seems to be general agreement among a number of scholars in this area that there are different types of “nonattenders” (Elliott, 1999; Heyne et al., 2001). For consent to treatment or refusal of treatment to be valid, the decision must be voluntary and you must be appropriately informed: Mean age of participants        [AGE], B2. Recommended treatment based on the four functional classifications of SRB. Although there is a lack of consistency in the literature regarding the operationalization of school refusal, this review will adopt the definition of school refusal as school non‐attendance associated with anxiety or distress. The authors conducted a systematic review and meta-analysis to examine the effects of psychosocial treatments for children and adolescents with school refusal. A comprehensive search process was used to find eligible randomized controlled trials and quasi-experimental studies assessing the effects of psychosocial treatments on anxiety or attendance outcomes. Reason(s) study not to be included in the review: The authors appreciate the support of the Meadows Center for Preventing Educational. 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