• Dr. Hope Christie

    Harmful Impacts of the COVID-19 Pandemic on Parents and Carers

    In this podcast, we welcome Dr. Hope Christie to discuss her recently published JCPP Advances paper ‘Examining harmful impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic and school closures on parents and carers in the United Kingdom: A rapid review’. Hope is the first author of the paper.

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  • Dr. Rebecca Lacey

    Impact of Maternal Depression on Offspring Depression in Emerging Adulthood

    In this podcast, we are joined by Dr. Becca Lacey to discuss her JCPP paper ‘Testing lifecourse theories characterising associations between maternal depression and offspring depression in emerging adulthood: the Avon Longitudinal Study of Parents and Children’. Becca is the first author of the paper.

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  • Professor Courtenay Norbury

    Prevalence and Impact of Social (Pragmatic) Communication Disorders

    In this podcast, we are joined by Professor Courtenay Norbury and Jo Saul to discuss their co-authored JCPP paper ‘Prevalence and functional impact of social (pragmatic) communication disorders’.

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  • Dr. Jessica Hamilton

    Sleep and Daily Suicidal Ideation Among High-Risk Adolescents and Young Adults

    In this podcast, we talk to Dr. Jessica Hamilton and Dr. Peter Franzen about their recent co-authored JCPP paper, ‘Sleep influences daily suicidal ideation through affective reactivity to interpersonal events among high-risk adolescents and young adults’.

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  • Dr. Andrew Wooyoung Kim

    Psychological Legacies of Intergenerational Trauma

    In this podcast, we talk to Dr. Andrew Wooyoung Kim about his recent JCPP paper ‘Psychological legacies of intergenerational trauma under South African apartheid: Prenatal stress predicts greater vulnerability to the psychological impacts of future stress exposure during late adolescence and early adulthood in Soweto, South Africa’.

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  • Bullying and Mental Health: Impact and Interventions

    14 – 18 November is Anti-Bullying Week. For this podcast, we are joined by Dr. Sînziana Oncioiu, Professor Lucy Bowes and Carolina Guzman Holst to discuss bullying in children and adolescents. Sînziana, Lucy, and Carolina are all members of the Oxford lab of Risk and Resilience, Genes and Environment, known as the oRANGE Lab, at the University of Oxford.

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  • Dr. Séverine Lannoy

    Suicidal Ideation During Adolescence: Genetic Liability & Negative Life Events

    In this podcast, we talk to Dr. Séverine Lannoy about her recent JCPP paper ‘Suicidal ideation during adolescence: The roles of aggregate genetic liability for suicide attempts and negative life events in the past year’, published in the JCPP Special Issue 2022.

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  • Dr. Matthew Hodes

    Mental health of young asylum seekers and refugees in the context of COVID-19

    In this podcast, we are joined by Dr. Matthew Hodes, Consultant Child and Adolescent Psychiatrist and Honorary Clinical Senior Lecturer in Child and Adolescent Psychiatry at Imperial College London, to discuss the mental health of young refugees and asylum seekers.

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  • Lucy Jonas

    Impact of Childhood Adversities on the Mental Health of LGBT+ Youth

    In this podcast, we are joined by Lucy Jonas to discuss her recent JCPP Advances paper ‘A systematic review and meta-analysis investigating the impact of childhood adversities on the mental health of LGBT+ youth’.

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  • Dr. Blandine French

    Managing Impulsive and Risky Behaviour – Episode 6 ‘ADHD, A Young Person’s Guide’

    (TRIGGER WARNING: Please be aware that this podcast discusses self-harm, substance abuse, sexual consent, and behaviours that can be described as impulsive or risky.)

    Hosted by Dr. Blandine French, this podcast series focuses on attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorders (ADHD) and is designed to help young people and their families. This episode focuses on managing impulsive and risky behaviour, and Blandine is joined by Ruth Pearse, from Parenting Special Children. This podcast also features clips from two young adults, Emily and Alex, who share their lived experiences of ADHD, and managing impulsive and risky behaviour.

    We are delighted to produce this podcast series in partnership with Clinical Partners, the UK’s largest private mental health partnership.

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