CAMH Journal

Celebrating 25 years in 2020 CAMH is a high quality, peer-review of child and adolescent mental health services research. We have articles for practitioners describing evidence-based clinical methods and clinically orientated research. Follow on twitter @TheCAMH
CAMH Journal
Celebrating 25 years in 2020 CAMH is a high quality, peer-review of child and adolescent mental health services research. We have articles for practitioners describing evidence-based clinical methods and clinically orientated research. Follow on twitter @TheCAMH
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    CAMH – Volume 22, Issue 1 February 2017

    Lisa Keane and Maria Loades

    Background
    Cognitive behavioural therapy for low self-esteem (LSE) has shown promise as a trans-diagnostic model for treating mental health difficulties in adults. To ascertain the potential value of this treatment approach in working with young people with internalizing disorders, we need to develop our understanding of LSE within these mental health conditions.

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    CAMH – Volume 22, Issue 1, February 2017

    Chen Jieling and Wu Xinchun

    Background
    Pathological and beneficial outcomes have been documented in children and adolescents exposed to disasters, but the patterns of the outcomes are not known. This study was conducted to identify patterns of post-traumatic stress symptoms and post-traumatic growth and examine the predictors for the patterns among children and adolescents following an earthquake.

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