Brioney Gee gives a video abstract of her ‘Practitioner Review: Effectiveness of indicated school‐based interventions for adolescent depression and anxiety – a meta‐analytic review’ first published in Journal of Child Psychology & Psychiatry (JCPP) 6 April 2020.
Read the paper doi.org/10.1111/jcpp.13209
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Interest in delivering psychological interventions within schools to facilitate early intervention is increasing. However, most reviews have focused on universal or preventative programmes rather than interventions designed to decrease existing symptoms of depression or anxiety. The paper aims to provide a meta‐analytic review of randomised controlled trials of indicated psychological interventions for young people aged 10–19 with elevated symptoms of depression and/or anxiety.
Full authors: Brioney Gee, Shirley Reynolds, Ben Carroll, Faith Orchard, Tim Clarke, David Martin, Jon Wilson & Laura Pass
Brioney Gee is a post-doctoral researcher working as part of Norfolk and Suffolk NHS Foundation Trust’s research development programme. Her research focuses on prevention and treatment of mental health difficulties in children and young people.