Self-harm in a time of isolation: What is the evidence to support mobile and internet-based psychological interventions for self-harm?
In this blog we summarise the findings and implications of a recent systematic review of studies evaluating the effectiveness and acceptability of mobile- and internet-based psychological interventions for self-harm in adolescents and adults.Read more
Closing the gap between reliability and safety of mental health apps as an intervention.Read more
Professionals gave insights into the challenges faced by multidisciplinary staff teams and their services in understanding where necessary to help young people and their families manage the impact of mobile and online technologies on young people’s quality of life.Read more
Worldwide, up to 20% of children and young people (CYP) suffer from a disabling mental disorder (World Health Organization, 2000, 2003). Be part of a study to test a web application (called Power Up for Parents or PUfP) to support parents and promote their involvement in CAMH decisions.Read more