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Mental Health Services

In Public Secondary
Schools

Ruel M. Supangan
Teacher III
Julio Ledesma National High School
Introduction

Mental health disorder has been reported


as one of the biggest challenges facing
every country, including Philippines, with
young people considered to be especially
at risk, World Health Organization (2015).

Evidence shows that mental health


problems are common in adolescents.
Introduction cont.
 In many societies worldwide, despite growing evidence of the
importance of mental health to ensure economic, social and
human capital, negative perceptions continue to be associated
with mental health disorders and the associated mental health
services and professionals, Brown( 2018).

 National interest in children’s mental health as a significant


public health issue has increased over the last decade.
Introduction cont.
 Government data show that one out of five Filipino adults has
a mental health disorder, but it is unclear how the numbers apply
to high school and college students, (Javier, 2015).

 In the local context, there are already an existing number of


suicide incidents among the students in the Division of San
Carlos. These are mental health issues that need an urgent
attention.
Statement of the Problem

Generally this study


General aimed to determine
Objectives the extent of mental
health services
among public
secondary schools in
the Division of San
Carlos during the
school year 2019-
2020.
Respondents Profile

Specific What are the patterns of staffing as enacted


in a sample of public secondary schools?
Objectives
What are the students’ mental health issues
encountered?
What specific services are provided to
students?

Specific What are the barriers and challenges to


mental health services of public secondary
Objectives schools?

Based on the findings of the study, what


identified intervention maybe proposed?
Theoretical Framework

The framework of social cognitive theory


maybe used by mental health providers in
schools in order to assist in improving
student’s emotional problems.

This theory identifies human behavior as an


interaction of personal factors, behavior,
and the environment .
Conceptual Framework

Mental Proposed
Respondents
Health Intervention
Profile
Services Program

Figure 1. A schematic diagram showing the


conceptual framework of the study
Significance of the Study

 The community, by identifying the mental health services


provided by the school within the locality, the data collected may
be used as reference for future community development
programs.

 The Parents, parents play a vital role in the development of


the pupils. The outcome of this research will address the parents
concern on the factors that greatly affects their children’s mental
health status.
Significance of the Study

 The School, the result of this research may provide school


necessary information on the extent of mental health services
that they offer.

 The teachers, the end result of this research may be utilized


to design programs, seminars and other related activity that will
capacitate them in addressing the mental health status and
services of their school.
Scope and Limitations of the study

 The focused of this study will be on determining the extent of


mental health services among public secondary schools. It will
be conducted in the District of San Carlos, Negros Occidental.
Methodology

Research Design-
Descriptive

Locale of the Study-


San Carlos City

Sampling Technique-
total enumeration
Methodology

Respondents-
393 teachers

Research Instrument-
adapted and modified

Validity and
Reliability
Data Gathering Procedure

Reproduction of research
instruments

Permission from school


authorities

Conduct and retrieval


of data
Data Analysis

 The quantitative data will be analyzed in a purely


descriptive manner, calculating response frequency,
percentage, mean, range and standard deviation for
each questionnaire item, as appropriate.

 All statistical data were processed using the Statistical


Package for the Social Science (SPSS).