This informative book reports to special services personnel, as well as regular educators and school consultants, about prevention and treatment programs that focus on student affective and social adjustment. School-Based Affective and Social Intervention will help to increase awareness for a broad audience of special service providers of the scope and nature of affective and social interventions which can be provided in school settings. Each relevant chapter provides current information based on empirical studies with a focus on practical directions for implementing affective and social interventions in schools. This usable book focuses on procedures that can be used by the practitioner in schools and guidelines for implementing procedures. The authors discuss school organizational issues to be considered and the role of special services personnel and regular classroom teachers.