Most cited CAMH paper #24 of 25: A Follow‐up Study of Characteristics of Young People that Dropout and Continue Psychotherapy: Service Implications for a Clinic in the Community
Geoffrey Baruch, Ioanna Vrouva, Pasco Fearon.Read more
Key Practitioner Message includes: Externalising problems, homelessness and being younger increase the likelihood of dropping out
Most cited CAMH paper #25 of 25: Review: The impact of motor development on typical and atypical social cognition and language: a systematic review
Hayley C. Leonard, Elisabeth L. Hill.Read more
Key Practitioner Message includes: Significant relationships exist between the development of motor skills, social cognition, language and social interactions in typical and atypical development
New research has concluded that anxiety can be a factor in poor school attendance among children and young people.Read more
CAMH – Volume 22, Issue 2, May 2017 – Editorial: Pharmacotherapy and adolescent depression – an important treatment option
Bernadka Dubricka, David Brent
Over the past decade, rates of depression and of suicide in adolescents have been increasing (Collishaw, Journal of Child Psychology and Psychiatry, 56, 2015, 370; Bor et al., The Australian and New Zealand Journal of Psychiatry, 48, 2014, 606). At the same time, there is some evidence that rates of diagnosis and, in the US at least, referral for depression in adolescents has been declining (Libby et al., Archives of General Psychiatry, 66, 2009, 633; John et al., Psychological Medicine, 46, 2016, 3315).
CAMH – Volume 22 Issue 2 May 2017 – Clinical characteristics of adolescents referred for treatment of depressive disorders
Faith Orchard, Laura Pass, Tamsin Marshall and Shirley Reynolds
Adolescence is a period of increased risk for the development of depression. Epidemiological and clinical studies suggest that the phenomenology of depression may differ during childhood and adolescence.Read more
Martino Belvederi Murri, Gabriella Ferrigno, Simona Penati, Caterina Muzio, Giulia Piccinini, Marco Innamorati, Federica Ricci, Maurizio Pompili and Mario Amore
Increasing evidence supports that mentalization deficits may have a role in the genesis of young age depression; however, few studies examined this issue in clinical populations.
CAMH – Volume 22, Issue 2, May 2017 – Is emotional lability a marker for attention deficit hyperactivity disorder, anxiety and aggression symptoms in preschoolers?
Jenna Maire, Cédric Galéra, Eric Meyer, Julie Salla and Grégory Michel
Emotional lability (EL) is frequent in school-aged children with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) and is associated with more frequent comorbidities and more severe impairment. However, little research has investigated the association between EL, ADHD and comorbid symptoms in preschoolers.
CAMH – Volume 22 Issue 2 May 2017 – Self-efficacy as a mediator of the relationship between parental closeness and suicidal ideation among Malaysian adolescents
Shin Ling Wu and Siti Nor Yaacob
Suicide has become a serious worldwide mental health problem, including Asian countries. Suicidal ideation happens prior to the actual suicidal behaviour; thus, identifying the roots of suicidal ideation is vital.