Depression

  • Most Cited JCPP Articles #2 of 60

    Most cited JCPP papers #2 of 60: Twenty years’ research on peer victimization and psychosocial maladjustment: A meta-analytic review of cross-sectional studies

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  • Helping young people in crisis: gender identity, personality problems, and complex trauma

    Helping young people in crisis: gender identity, personality problems, and complex trauma. The Jack Tizard Memorial Lecture and National Conference returns with a focus on vulnerability and resilience. About the speakers Self-harm in children and adolescents: a major health and social problem of our time Keith is Professor of Psychiatry and Director of the Centre for […]

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    National Conference
    Location
    London
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  • Exciting opportunity to engage in pioneering anxiety/depression research

    Depression and anxiety (including OCD and other related disorders) are common but complex disorders whose research needs very large sample sizes. The Genetic Links to Anxiety and Depression (GLAD) study launched September 2018 and aims to recruit >40,000 individuals.

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  • Most Cited JCPP Articles #49 of 60

    Most cited JCPP papers #49 of 60: Deliberate self‐harm within an international community sample of young people: comparative findings from the Child & Adolescent Self‐harm in Europe (CASE) Study

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  • Most Cited JCPP Articles #53 of 60

    Most cited JCPP papers #53 of 60: Towards a family process model of maternal and paternal depressive symptoms: exploring multiple relations with child and family functioning

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  • Can physical exercise improve tics and associated mental health difficulties in Tourette syndrome? The jury is out

    Physical exercise is increasingly being recommended as part of management for children and young people with mental health problems. There is a growing evidence base that shows physical exercise is associated with improvements in functioning for conditions such as attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), although studies are small, they are signifcant. 

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  • Most Cited JCPP Articles #56 of 60

    Most cited JCPP papers #56 of 60: Multicultural assessment of child and adolescent psychopathology with ASEBA and SDQ instruments: research findings, applications, and future directions

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  • Self-harm Masterclass ‘Therapeutic Assessment for adolescents with self-harm’

    Therapeutic Assessment is a brief intervention for young people presenting with self-harm in an emergency. The assessment consists of identifying the vicious cycle of self-harm in the form of a diagram, followed by a collaborative development of an “exit”, a way of breaking the cycle and moving forward. Therapeutic Assessment is linked with improved engagement […]

    Event type
    Day Conference
    Location
    London
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  • In Conversation

    In Conversation… Tourettes Syndrome

    In this podcast, Dr Seonaid Anderson and Helen Eadie, of Tourettes Action, define Tourettes Syndrome and expand on its impact.

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  • How Do Schools Address Self-Harm in Adolescents?

    In a survey-based study of 153 secondary schools in England and Wales, staff stated that adolescent self-harm is an important concern, but emotional health and wellbeing is the primary health priority for schools.

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