Depression

  • Professor Sally Merry

    Professor Merry is a child and adolescent psychiatrist, the Cure Kids Duke Family Chair in Child and Adolescent Mental Health and the Head of the Department of Psychological Medicine, University of Auckland.

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  • Chronic illness may present barriers to engaging in CBT for depression

    Between 10 and 20% of teenagers have a chronic illness:1 an ongoing health condition that lasts at least 3 months, and for which a cure is unlikely. Research suggests that teenagers with chronic illnesses are more likely to also have low mood and develop depression than their healthy peers.2

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  • Professor Joan Asarnow

    Dr. Joan Asarnow is a Professor of Psychiatry and Biobehavioral Sciences at UCLA and Director of a SAMHSA-funded Center for Trauma-Informed Suicide, Self-Harm, and Substance Abuse Treatment and Prevention (ASAP Center, with Co-Director Dr. David-Goldston) which offers trainings, consultation, and technical assistance on trauma-informed approaches to evaluation and treatment for reducing suicide and self-harm risk.

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  • Prof Joan Luby

    Professor Joan Luby

    “I look forward to joining the JCPP team and being a part of this distinguished and high-quality international journal. I see this as an opportunity to review and advance rigorous and innovative research on developmental psychopathology.”

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  • Dr. Claudia Lugo-Candelas

    ADHD and risk for subsequent adverse childhood experiences: understanding the cycle of adversity

    Video abstract by Dr. Claudia Lugo‐Candelas ‘ADHD and risk for subsequent adverse childhood experiences: understanding the cycle of adversity’.

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  • Dr. Bernadka Dubicka

    CAMH Editorial: Volume 26, Issue 1, February 2021

    Welcome to the first issue of Child and Adolescent Mental Health (CAMH) in 2021 and also to my first issue as editor‐in‐chief. Needless to say, 2020 has been one of the most difficult years in living memory for many children and young people around the globe, and, as we discussed in our recent issues, the potential impact of COVID‐19 on children’s mental health is profound.

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  • Therapeutic Assessment for Adolescents with Self-Harm

    SOLD OUT! Do please consider booking on our FREE virtual journal club on ‘Literature review of support tools for school staff to respond to CYP self‐harm’ https://bit.ly/3tJILVW

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  • The evolution and challenge of Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs): A modular solution to intervention

    The seminars will explore the way the concept of Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs) has evolved, and the range of interventions proposed to meet the challenges posed by the associated complex processes that affect children and young people’s development and result in harmful long-term effects. This event is run in partnership with Child and Family Training UK.

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    2 day training
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  • Professor Anita Thapar

    ‘ADHD, autism, and the elevated risk of later depression’ In conversation with Professor Anita Thapar

    In this podcast we talk to Professor Anita Thapar, Cardiff University. Anita talks about the relationship between disorders, such as, ADHD and autism, the elevated risk of later depression, and what is known about the mechanisms behind this association.

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  • Dr. Rachel Hiller

    Predicting Complex PTSD in Foster Care – CAMHS around the Campfire

    FREE virtual journal club #CAMHScampfire welcomes Dr. Rachel Hiller, as we discuss her JCPP paper ‘A longitudinal study of cognitive predictors of (complex) post‐traumatic stress in young people in out‐of‐home care’. 17.00 UK, 18.00 CET, 12 noon EST. ACAMH Members attending will be eligible for a CPD certificate.

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    Informal Journal Club
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    LIVE STREAM
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