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School Social WorkAn Evidence-Informed Framework for Practice$
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Michael S. Kelly, James C. Raines, Susan Stone, and Andy Frey

Print publication date: 2010

Print ISBN-13: 9780195373905

Published to Oxford Scholarship Online: May 2010

DOI: 10.1093/acprof:oso/9780195373905.001.0001

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Behavior Intervention Planning

Behavior Intervention Planning

(p.90) 7 Behavior Intervention Planning
School Social Work

James C. Raines

Susan Stone

Andy Frey

Oxford University Press

Consultation is widely recognized as a major role of school social workers. Consultation is a method of intervention in which the school social worker provides information, education, and support to assist consultees to become interventionists and develop an action plan. Additionally, developing behavior intervention plans (BIPs) or behavior intervention planning (BIP) is recognized as an important aspect of consultation within school social work, school psychology, and clinical child psychology. Many school personnel mistakenly believe the purpose of a BIP is to change a child's behavior, and while this is the ultimate outcome of a BIP, the plan should focus on changing environmental contexts (i.e. physical environment, daily schedule, the timing of interactions with certain individuals) or the behaviors of adults or peers. This chapter aims to identify, appraise, adapt, and evaluate the evidence base when empirically supported strategies are implemented within the BIP process.

Keywords:   school social work, social work practice, behavior intervention planning, consultation

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