ACAMH podcasts

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ACAMH podcasts
You can listen to this podcast directly on our website or on the following platforms; SoundCloud, iTunes, Spotify, CastBox, Deezer, Google Podcasts, Podcastaddict, JioSaavn, Listen notes, Radio Public, and Radio.com (not available in the EU).
  • Assistant Professor Akhgar Ghassabian

    Adolescent gender diversity: sociodemographic correlates & mental health outcomes

    In this podcast, we are joined by Assistant Professor Akhgar Ghassabian and Dr. Tonya White to discuss their co-authored JCPP paper ‘Adolescent gender diversity: sociodemographic correlates and mental health outcomes in the general population’.

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  • Dr. Will Mandy

    Late-diagnosed Autistic Children: Mental Health & Social Difficulties

    In this podcast, we talk to Professor Will Mandy about his JCPP paper ‘Mental health and social difficulties of late-diagnosed autistic children, across childhood and adolescence’.

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  • Dr. Andrés Martin

    Destigmatizing Perceptions About Black Adolescent Depression

    For this podcast, we are joined by Dr. Andrés Martin, Dr. Jose Paez, and Dr. Doron Amsalem to discuss their co-authored paper ‘Destigmatizing Perceptions About Black Adolescent Depression, Randomized Control Trial of Brief Social Contact-based Video Interventions’, recently published in the JCPP.

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  • Dr. Emma Sciberras

    Climate change-related worry, engagement, and mental health

    In this podcast, Dr. Emma Sciberras and Dr. Julian Fernando discuss their co-authored paper ‘Climate change-related worry among Australian adolescents: an eight-year longitudinal study’, published in the CAMH 2022 Special Issue on ‘Child and youth mental health & the global ecological crisis’.

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  • Ana Maria Vaz Portugal da Silva

    Pupil size and pupillary light reflex in early infancy

    In this podcast we talk to Ana Maria Portugal,  Developmental Neuroscientist and postdoctoral researcher in developmental behaviour genetics at the Centre of Neurodevelopmental Disorders at the Karolinska Institute in Stockholm. Ana was the first author of the recent Open Access JCPP paper, ‘Pupil size and pupillary light reflex in early infancy: heritability and link to genetic liability to schizophrenia’

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  • Dr. Aja Murray

    ADHD, Comorbidity, and Longitudinal Research

    In this podcast, we talk to Dr. Aja Murray, winner of ACAMH’s Kathy Sylva ‘Rising Star’ Award 2021, about her research into developmental aspects of mental health phenotypes and their comorbidity, with a particular interest in Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD).

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  • Dr. Joey Frederick

    Sluggish Cognitive tempo; circadian preference, sleep, and daytime sleepiness

    In this podcast, we are joined by Dr. Joey Fredrick to tackle the question ‘Is sluggish cognitive tempo associated with circadian preference, sleep, and daytime sleepiness in adolescence?’. Joey is the first author of a paper on this topic published in the JCPP.

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  • Professor Lina Gega

    Creative Methods and Digital Media: Supporting Psychological Therapies

    In this podcast, we talk to Professor Lina Gega, joint editor of the Child & Adolescent Mental Health (CAMH) journal, about her work on several interesting projects, focusing on using creative methods and digital media to support psychological therapies.

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  • Dr. Dean Burnett

    Adolescent Sleep: Stereotypes and Misunderstandings

    For this podcast, focusing on adolescent sleep, we are joined by celebrated neuroscientist Dr. Dean Burnett, author of The Idiot Brain and a speaker at a February 2022 ACAMH live stream event, The enigma of adolescent sleep: misunderstood science and effective intervention.

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  • Rhiannon Hawkins

    Student Mental Health and What CAMH Professionals Need to Know

    This University Mental Health Day, we are joined by two students, Rhiannon Hawkins and Nathan Randles, to discuss student mental health and what CAMH professionals need to know. (TRIGGER WARNING: Please be aware that this podcast discusses personal experiences of self-harm and suicide.)

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