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Issue - February 2017

Summer 2016

Reflections on working across sectors simultaneously
JCPP Editor-in-Chief elected into Academy of Medical Sciences
Medicines and values
ASCAPAP Report 2015
CAMHS for Deaf and Blind Children
ACAMH, MindEd and YoungMinds secure funding to upskill mental health professionals in England
International health partnership links: reflections on my trip to Malawi
Early interventions for teenagers on the autistic spectrum and their families
Your ACAMH board: Introducing Fiona Mitchell

Issue - October 2014

In this issue:

• Children and the Law
• CAMHS: Scottish legislation
• Working with deaf children with mental health difficulties
• Trauma focused CBT and EDMR: two of a kind
• Cyberspace: a place of harm or benefit for young people?

Issue - May 2014

In this issue:

• Fetal alcohol spectrum disorder
• Learning needs assessment issues
• Service users views of LDCAMHS
• Approaches for children and young people with intellectual disability
• Working with families to implement positive behaviour support plans
• Making parenting work for children's mental health
• Attachment narrative therapy
• ‘Looked after children’ meeting
• Trauma focused CBT versus EMDR

Issue - December 2013

In this issue:

Updates and developments
Adoption fostering and the needs of looked after children
How to successfully publish your article
CAMH Nurses
International focus
Youth justice system

Issue - September 2013

In this issue:

Designing the ideal CAMHS
World autism awareness
Mentalisation based treatment
The domains framework

Issue - April 2013

In this issue:

The London CAMHS Network
Providing a forum for information exchange and strategic development across London

Improving Access to Psychological Therapies
Personal reflections one year on - Dr Duncan Law

Young People and the Internet Age
Opportunities and risks

Open Access Developments
ACAMH responds to new parameters

Issue - December 2012

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