• Dave McPartlan

    Redistributing power in schools and how this can impact young people’s agency and identity

    Recent Guardian articles have been reporting how this year’s GCSE exam results have been impacted by the crisis in young people’s mental health. There is increasing concern among school leaders about school absence and abnormal levels of anxiety. As I embark on the third blog related to my research, I explore how the research processes I developed, positively impacted the young people involved and acts as a counter to much of what young people see as being wrong with schools.

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  • Self image estimations impact on mental health

    Our overall estimation of “self image” is thought to be based on various parameters, such as perceptions of body image, mental function and social attitude. Now, a study by Maria Di Blasi and colleagues has investigated the extent by which these different parameters can influence psychological well-being.

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    CAMH Editorial: Volume 20, Issue 2, May 2015

    “Adolescent mental health: the role of identity, methods for measuring change, and promising intervention developments” by Leslie Leve.

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