Podcasts

  • 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… Reducing mental health problems in schools

    Dr Sophie Browning is a Consultant Clinical Psychologist working on whole school approaches to mental health. In this podcast with psychology journalist Jo Carlowe, she discusses an innovative cognitive behavioural therapy approach for reducing anxiety and mental health problems in schools. You can listen to this podcast on SoundCloud or iTunes.

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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… Parental Mental Illness

    In this podcast, Dr Alan Cooklin and Jessica Streeting discuss the impact of parental mental illness, how family psychiatry has developed, how everyone has a key role to play, and the power of explanation and understanding as a protective intervention.

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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… Autism Diagnosis Trends

    The first prevalence studies estimated one in 2,500 children were autistic whereas the latest figures indicate around one in every 39 children is reported to have an autism diagnosis. Dr Ginny Russell discusses why we may have seen such an exponential increase.

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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 Tamsin Ford

    Tamsin Ford is a Professor of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry at the University of Exeter Medical School. While Tamsin set out on her career path aiming to become an old age psychiatrist working as a clinician, she ended up as a child psychiatrist working in research. Discover more about Tamsin’s career and her research group assessing the effectiveness of services and interventions which aim to support the mental health and wellbeing of children and young people.

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  • The Bridge Abridged: School-based interventions are effective, but are they efficient?

    A practitioner review by Paulus et al., published in the Journal of Child Psychology and Psychiatry, investigates school-based interventions, their effectiveness, efficiency and the practical implications.

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