• Jacalyn Guy

    Dimensions of cognition, behaviour, and mental health in struggling learners: A spotlight on girls

    Open Access paper from JCPP Advances – “Gender biases to stereotypically male behaviours are prevalent among practitioners, even when the focus is on identifying cognitive and learning difficulties. This underscores the need to include cognitive and female-representative criteria in diagnostic systems to identify girls whose difficulties could go easily undetected.” Jacalyn Guy (pic) et al.

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    Trauma – Pedagogy in practice recording

    ACAMH is delighted to have teamed up with the Chartered College of Teaching to present these FREE online training series entitled ‘Pedagogy in practice’, this session was on Trauma.

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    Bullying and Loneliness ‘Pedagogy in practice’ – recording

    Presentations by Dr. Verity Jones, Associate Professor, University of the West of England, Bristol, and Sharon Mangoma MCCT, followed by a discussion with panelists Harriet Gill, Managing Director of Education and Wellbeing, Coram Life Education, and Jenny Barksfield, Deputy CEO and Director of Education, PSHE Association.

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  • Professor Helen Dodd

    Adventurous Play: A Prevention For Anxiety

    As part of ACAMH’s celebration of Playday, the national day for play (3 August 2022), we are joined by Professor Helen Dodd to discuss child mental health and the importance of adventurous play.

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  • Dr. Tina Rae

    Supporting Child Refugees in Educational Settings

    This Refugee Week, we are joined by Dr. Tina Rae to explore how best to support child refugees within educational settings.

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    Anxiety ‘Pedagogy in practice’ recording and resources

    Pedagogy is the method and practice of teaching, especially as an academic subject or theoretical concept. This series gives teachers an incredible opportunity to take part in interactive expert webinars looking at how to teach key topics in school. The first of these sessions looked at Anxiety, something that pupils, and us, at some point, have all experienced.

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    Helping Teachers Help Pupils With Mental Health

    ACAMH commits to developing a comprehensive series of resources that disseminate research-informed, evidence-based practice in schools, to support children & young people’s mental health & wellbeing

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  • Professor Barry Carpenter OBE, CBE

    Improving research-informed practice in schools

    We have recently launched an initiative aimed at teachers, to enable schools to access and put to use resources that can genuinely make a difference to the mental wellbeing and educational outcomes of young people.

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  • Emeritus Professor Jim Stevenson

    A digest of the published work of Michael Rutter

    A digest of the published work of Michael Rutter by Jim Stevenson, Emeritus Professor of Developmental Psychopathology, University of Southampton. Revised December 2021

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  • Dr. Karen Mansfield

    COVID & the impact on Mental Health of School Closures – CAMHS around the Campfire recording

    For this session we welcomed Dr. Karen Mansfield, a postdoctoral research scientist from the School Mental Health Project, Department of Psychiatry at the University of Oxford, to discuss her JCPP Advances paper ‘‘Covid-19 partial school closures and mental health problems: a cross sectional survey of 11,000 adolescents to determine those most at risk’’. ACAMH members can now receive a CPD certificate for watching this recorded lecture.

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