Prabha Choubina

Prabha Choubina
Publications Manager and Deputy CEO. I manage the journals programme of JCCP and CAMH.
  • Can we improve attachment or attachment-related outcomes in young children?

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  • JCPP Editorial - What is depression?

    Call for papers – JCPP Special Issue 2019

    Suicide and self-harm: Pathways for minimizing suicide & premature deaths and maximizing hope & wellbeing

    The Journal of Child Psychology and Psychiatry invites manuscripts for a special issue on “Suicide and self-harm: Pathways for minimizing suicide & premature deaths and maximizing hope & wellbeing,” to be edited by Professor Joan R. Asarnow, University of California, Los Angeles, and Dr. Dennis Ougrin, King’s College London, due for publication in October 2019.

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  • Worth-it: focussing on positive mental health, resilience and wellbeing interventions

    ‘Worth-it’ is a social enterprise dedicated to delivering resilience and wellbeing intervention programmes to children in schools. The interventions and training courses are underpinned by the principles of ‘Positive Psychology’ which is defined as the scientific study of positive human functioning.

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  • Minecraft for young people with Autism

    The Bridge spoke to Stuart Duncan, who has developed Autcraft – Minecraft for young people with Autism.

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  • How research on cyberbullying has developed

    Prof. Peter K. Smith, Goldsmiths, University of London, England
    The topic of cyberbullying is often in the media, because of the distress and harm it can cause. There have been cases where it appears to have contributed significantly to tragic outcomes such as suicide (Livingstone & Smith, 2014).

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  • Prabha Chouina

    Looking back on 2017 to go forward in 2018

    At the journals’ editorial office, we have been reflecting on 2017. Have we continued to improve our service offering to our authors and reviewers? Have we improved our systems and workflows to make the editors’ work at least a tiny bit easier? Have we engaged actively with the editorial and advisory board members and the wider research community?

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