Occasional Papers

Occasional Papers Series

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ACAMH Occasional Papers (OPs) are themed, edited collections of articles, many of which are based on presentations at ACAMH events, providing updates and overviews of critical approaches to applying developments in child and adolescent mental health practice for the multidisciplinary professional community and for the benefit of children and families.

Individual articles, where based on presentations, are written to maintain the essence of the presentation while making them of scholarly publication value and a reference and review resource for teaching and clinical practice. Other articles are commissioned to supplement the coverage of research, clinical practice and CAMHS service issues and developments on the theme of the OP.

The Series Editor for the OP series is Cecilia Essau (2012- present) (Professor of Developmental Psychopathology & Director, Centre for Applied Research and Assessment in Child and Adolescent Wellbeing (CARACAW) at the Department of Psychology, Roehampton University, London); the series was previously edited by William (Bill) Yule (2000-2012) (Emeritus Professor of Applied Child Psychology, King's College London, Institute of Psychiatry).

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OP32: Intellectual disabilities and challenging behaviour
Author: 
Edited by Mark Lovell and Orlee Udwin
ACAMH Occasional Paper 31: Suicide and Self-harm in young people
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OP31: Suicide and Self-harm
Author: 
Edited by William Yule
OP30: Increasing access to CAMHS
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OP30: Increasing access to CAMHS
Author: 
Edited by: William Yule and Orlee Udwin
Attachment: Current Focus and Future Directions
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OP29: Attachment: Current Focus and Future Directions
Author: 
Edited by: William Yule & Orlee Udwin
Depression in Childhood and Adolescence: The Way Forward
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OP28: Depression in Childhood and Adolescence: The way forward
Author: 
Edited by: William Yule
Evidence-Based Psychotherapies in Child and Adolescent Mental Health Practice
Title: 
OC27: Evidence-Based Psychotherapies in Child and Adolescent Mental Health Practice
Author: 
Edited by: William Yule & Orlee Udwin
Fostering, Adoption and Alternative Care
Title: 
OP26: Fostering, Adoption and Alternative Care
Author: 
Edited by: William Yule & Stephen Scott
Genetics: Impacton Current Child and Adolescent Mental Health
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OP25: Genetics: Impact on Current Child and Adolescent Mental Health
Author: 
Edited by: William Yule
The ADHD Spectrum
Title: 
OP24: The ADHD Spectrum
Author: 
Edited by: William Yule
Bullying in Schools
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OP23: Bullying in Schools
Author: 
Edited by: David Galloway

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