• Autism Masterclass

    Mental health problems commonly co-occur with ASD, yet these problems often go untreated. This Masterclass offers both clinicians and researchers the opportunity to update their knowledge of the evidence-base and its implications for best-practice. This CPD training day is part of ACAMH’s ‘Masterclass Series’. The ‘Masterclass Series’ delivers advanced, evidence-based training for those working in […]

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  • Shaun Liverpool

    Power Up for Parents: A pilot study to enhance Shared Decision-Making in CAMH

    Worldwide, up to 20% of children and young people (CYP) suffer from a disabling mental disorder (World Health Organization, 2000, 2003). Be part of a study to test a web application (called Power Up for Parents or PUfP) to support parents and promote their involvement in CAMH decisions.

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  • Help yourself (but get some support): meta-analysis of self-help interventions for children

    We know that poor mental health in childhood is associated with poorer quality of life, increased likelihood of having a mental health disorder in adulthood and poorer occupational and social outcomes. We also know that there are numerous effective interventions for mental health problems, with over 750 treatment protocols for evidence-based psychological treatments in children. However, demand for treatment outstrips supply.

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  • Neuroscience Edition

    Welcome to this Neuroscience themed edition of The Bridge.
    The Royal College of Psychiatrists is currently promoting the neurosciences in its curriculum, for training Psychiatrists of the future. One of the many reasons for this is to develop more “Parity of Esteem” between physical and mental health conditions.

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  • Albertine Oldehinkel

    JCPP Editorial: Volume 60, Issue 08, August 2019

    “Improving children’s mental health. What does that mean, actually?” by Albertine J. Oldehinkel

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  • Dr. Dasha Nicholls

    In Conversation… Eating Disorders with Dr. Dasha Nicholls

    In this podcast, Dr. Dasha Nicholls talks about eating and feeding disorders in children and young people.

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  • A theory of youth mental health recovery

    Mental health disorders have a negative impact on the individual, society and global economy. The prevalence of mental disorders is increasing in young people, and if unaddressed, research has shown that they may develop into severe and chronic illnesses. Despite this, research into youth mental health recovery is limited.

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  • Dr. Sabina Dosani

    CAMH Editorial: Volume 24, Issue 2, May 2019

    Editorial: Debates in scientific practice
    What is the purpose of debates?

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  • Dr. Anula Nikapota

    Dr Anula Nikapota – R.I.P.

    It is with great sadness that I have to inform you Dr Anula Nikapota died on 4 April, suddenly while on holiday with her family. We are very shocked by her sudden death. Many of us will remember Anula for her many accomplishments for ACAMH on top of her great expertise clinically and educationally.

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  • Young people’s lived experience of Obsessive Compulsive Disorder

    How do young people really experience living with Obsessive Compulsive Disorder (OCD)? What are young people’s understanding of their development of OCD and is there a link to trauma? How do other people’s reactions to the OCD affect the young people? How do young people really feel about the help for OCD in the United Kingdom?

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