Podcasts

  • Dr. Dasha Nicholls

    In Conversation… Eating Disorders with Dr. Dasha Nicholls

    In this podcast, Dr. Dasha Nicholls talks about eating and feeding disorders in children and young people.

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  • Dennis Ougrin

    In Conversation… Self-Harm

    A specialist in self-harm and suicide, Dr Dennis Ougrin emphasises the importance of early intervention and prevention, as well as the potential of Therapeutic Assesssment, a novel model of assessment for young people with self-harm ahead of his upcoming Self Harm Masterclass.

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  • In Conversation

    In Conversation… Our Time

    At the recent Parental Mental Illness Masterclass led by charity Our Time, ACAMH CEO, Martin Pratt, caught up with the speakers, Dr Alan Cooklin, Jess Streeting and Kirsty Taha-Wraith, to discuss the impact of parental mental health and what Our Time’s interventions mean for young people.

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  • In Conversation

    In Conversation… How using personalised goals in therapy will change your life

    Dr Duncan Law discusses the importance of everyday participation and improving the therapeutic alliance by collaboratively creating goals ahead of his talk at the Inaugural  Judy Dunn National Conference on Making Child and Family Therapies More Effective.

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  • In Conversation

    In Conversation… Harmful Sexual Behaviour

    What might predispose a young person to harming sexually? What are the warning signs? And what does it mean to go beyond criminal justice to a public health approach?

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  • In Conversation

    In Conversation… Sleep and Mental Health

    At our recent Sleep and Mental Health Conference, we caught up with the speakers, Dr Michael Farquhar, Dr Jenna Vyas-Lee, Dr Max Davie and Dr Sally Hobson to discuss the relationship between sleep, behaviour and mental health, as well as some insights into assessment, management and barriers to interventions.

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  • In Conversation

    In Conversation… Fussy Eating

    Many parents naturally worry whether their child is getting enough food if they refuse to eat sometimes. It would appear to be normal for young children to refuse to eat or even taste new foods but what is the science and evidence behind this? Are there interventions that parents can take?

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  • In Conversation

    In Conversation… Professor Kathy Sylva

    Hear from Professor Kathy Sylva OBE on her research which has explored early education and children’s development, parenting interventions, and the impact of children’s centres on families.

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    In Conversation… Professor Stephen Scott

    Professor Stephen Scott joins ACAMH in this podcast to discuss his journey from paediatrics to child and adolescent psychiatry, the importance of evidence-based research and what he wants to see in the future for the field of child and adolescent mental health.

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  • The Bridge Abridged: Are digital health interventions meeting expectations?

    Free podcast providing a research digest of a systematic and meta-review on the use of digital mental health interventions for children and young people published in the Journal of Child Psychology and Psychiatry by Hollis et al.

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