Most cited CAMH paper joint #3 of 25: The contribution of mindfulness‐based therapies for children and families and proposed conceptual integration

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To celebrate the Child and Adolescent Mental Health journal’s 25th anniversary, we have released the 25 top cited articles of all time*! All papers are freely available online for you to read.

Number 3 of 25 is a tie! Jointly in 3rd is…

Paul H. Harnett, Sharon Dawe
First Published: 17 January 2012

Key Practitioner Message:

  • Mindfulness‐based interventions hold promise for improving outcomes for children and adolescents
  • The number of mindfulness‐based interventions being developed and evaluated is increasing rapidly
  • There is a need for greater methodological rigor in studies evaluating mindfulness‐based therapies targeting children and adolescents
  • Understanding the mechanisms of change is important in the future development of mindfulness‐based family interventions
  • Models of mindful parenting have been proposed to guide both research and the clinical application of mindfulness‐based family interventions

* as of December 2019

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