Commentary 1; Hill Walker.- Commentary 2; Lucille Eber.- Commentary 3; Kathy Short.- Commentary 4; Abraham Wandersman and Deborah Hamm.- Chapter 1. Introduction: Further Advancing the Field of School Mental Health; Mark D. Weist, Nancy A. Lever, Catherine P. Bradshaw, Julie Sarno Owens.- Section I. Foundations: Funding, Training, and Interdisciplinary Collaboration.- Chapter 2. Funding Expanded School Mental Health Programs; Nicole Cammack, Nicole Evangelista Brandt, Eric Slade, Nancy Lever, Sharon Stephan.- Chapter 3. Preparing School Mental Health Professionals: Competencies in Interdisciplinary and Cross-Systems Collaboration; Kurt D. Michael, Seth Bernstein, Julie Sarno Owens, Abby Albright, Dawn Anderson-Butcher.- Chapter 4. Pre-service Training for School Mental Health Clinicians; Nancy Lever, Michael Lindsey, Lindsey Grimm, Mark D. Weist.- Chapter 5. Effective School Teams: Benefits, Barriers, and Best Practices; Robert S. Markle, Joni W. Splett, Melissa A. Maras, Karen J. Weston.- Chapter 6. Advancing School Mental Health in Montana: Partnership, Research, and Policy; Erin Butts, Sara Casey, Carol Ewen.- Chapter 7. Building Bridges: The Role of Expanded School Mental Health in Supporting Students with Emotional and Behavioral Difficulties in the Least Restrictive Environment; Carrie Mills, Dana Cunningham.- Section II. Prevention and Mental Health Promotion.- Chapter 8. The Integration of Positive Behavioral Interventions and Supports and Social and Emotional Learning; Catherine P. Bradshaw, Jessika H. Bottiani, David Osher, George Sugai.- Chapter 9. Promoting Mental Health in Early Childhood Programs: Serving Low-income Ethnic Minority Families; Debra Gross, Susan Breitenstein, Shelly Eisbach, Emily Hoppe, Joyce Harrison.- Chapter 10. Promoting Social Competence and Behavioral Health in At-risk Youth: Implementation and Efficacy of Primary and Secondary Prevention Programs in Schools; Brian Daly, Elizabeth Nicholls, Richa Aggarwal, Mark Sander.- Chapter 11. Effects of Trauma on Students: Early Intervention through Cognitive Behavioral Intervention for Trauma in Schools; Erum Nadeem, Lisa H. Jaycox, Audra K. Langley, Marleen Wong, Sheryl H. Kataoka, Bradley D. Stein.- Chapter 12. The Connection Between Out-of-School Time Programs and School Mental Health; Aidyn L. Iachini, Dawn Anderson-Butcher.- Chapter 13. Better Understanding and Intervening to Prevent Relational Aggression; Stephen S. Leff, Tracy Evian Waasdorp, Christine Waanders, Brooke S. Paskewich.- Section III. Youth and Family Engagement and Empowerment.- Chapter 14. Partnering with Youth in School Mental Health: Recommendations from Students; Kendra P. DeLoach, Melissa W. George, Emily Mancil, Leslie K. Taylor, Carl Paternite, Mark D. Weist.- Chapter 15. Strengthening the Components and Processes of Family Involvement in School Mental Health; Heather L. McDaniel, Bryn E. Schiele, Leslie K. Taylor, Jill Haak, Mark D. Weist.- Chapter 16. Advancing Effective Family-School-Community Partnerships; Nicole Evangelista Brandt, Cynthia Glimpse, Claudette Fette, Nancy Lever, Nicole Cammack, Jennifer Cox.- Chapter 17. Increasing Parental Engagement in School-based Interventions using Team Engagement and Motivation Methods; Keith C. Herman, Wendy M. Reinke, Catherine P. Bradshaw, John E. Lochman, Lindsay Borden, Dana Darney.- Chapter 18. Lessons Learned from Scaling-up the Ecological Approach to Family Interventions and Treatment Program in Middle Schools; Gregory M. Fosco, John R. Seeley, Tom J. Dishion, Keith Smolkowski, Elizabeth A. Stormshak, Rosemarie Downey-McCarthy, Corrina A Falkenstein, Kevin J. Moore, Lisa A Strycker.- Section IV. Coaching and Consultation.- Chapter 19. Coaching Classroom-based Preventative Interventions; Elise T. Pas, Catherine P. Bradshaw, Anne Cash.- Chapter 20. Supporting Teachers through Consultation and Training in Mental Health; Jennifer E. Gibson, Sharon Stephan, Nicole Evangelista Brandt, Nancy Lever.- Chapter 21. Models of Psychiatric Consultation to Schools; Lois T. Flaherty.- Section V. Screening and Early Identification.- Chapter 22. School-based Screening for Mental Health in Early Childhood; Melissa R. Dvorsky, Erin Girio-Herrera, Julie Sarno Owens.- Chapter 23. Culturally Competent Behavioral and Emotional Screening; Erin Dowdy, Randy W. Kamphaus, Jennifer M. Twyford, Bridget V. Dever.- Chapter 24. Early Identification of Psychosis in Schools; Emily Kline, Danielle Denenny, Jason Schiffman, Gloria Reeves.- Section VI. Intervention for Specific Problems; Chapter 25. Bullying: A School Mental Health Perspective; Susan M. Swearer, Cixin Wang, Adam Collins, Jenna Strawhun, Scott Fluke.- Chapter 26. School-Based Treatment for Anxiety in Children and Adolescents: New Developments in Transportability and Dissemination; Jeremy K. Fox, Kathleen Herzig-Anderson, Daniela Colognori, Catherine E. Stewart, Carrie Masia Warner, Nathan S. Kline.- Chapter 27. School-based Interventions for Depression; Puja G. Patel, Kevin D. Stark, Kristina L. Metz, Kelly N. Banneyer.- Chapter 28. Organizational Interventions for Children and Adolescents with Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder; Jennifer L. Storer, Steven W. Evans, Joshua M. Langberg.- Chapter 29. Response to Intervention for youth with Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder: Incorporating an Evidence-Based Intervention within a Multi-tiered Framework; Rebecca K. Vujnovic, Alex S. Holdaway, Julie Sarno Owens, Gregory A. Fabiano.- Chapter 30. Toward a Comprehensive, Life Course Model of Care for Youth with Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder; Steven W. Evans, Julie Sarno Owens, Jennifer A. Mautone, George J. DuPaul, Thomas J. Power.- Chapter 31. Classroom Interventions for Youth with Pervasive Developmental Disorders/Autism Spectrum Disorders; James E. Connell, Melanie Pellechia, Christina M. Vorndran.- Chapter 32. Supporting the Mental Health Needs of Military-Connected Students; Catherine P. Bradshaw, Kathrine E. Figel, Haley Deutsch.