I'm now reading a great book called "Learning Disabilities and Challenging behaviors: Using the Building Blocks Model to Guide Intervention and Classroom Management - Third Edition" by Nancy Mather, Sam Goldstein, and Katie Eklund, published by Brookes in 2015. This is a great book to invest in if you are a school psychologist. It's loaded with information on the new DSM-5, all the latest information and resources associated with learning disabilities, cognitive processing (including lots on orthographic processing in Chapter 8), RTI, curriculum-based measurement, remedial instruction, specialized programs, apps to support literacy instruction, classroom accommodations, understanding & managing internalizing problems & trauma, ADHD, self-regulation, resilience, and classroom management. There are a load of ideas in this book that can be used to help students with a variety of learning and social-emotional-behavioral problems. I would recommend it. On the other hand, it does not cover a great deal of information on functional behavioral assessment or the specifics of behavior planning. Rather, it provides an understanding of DSM-5 disorders in children/adolescents, and the general ways that these can be managed.