Psychotherapies

  • Albertine Oldehinkel

    Professor Dr Albertine Oldehinkel

    Professor Dr Albertine Oldehinkel talks to us about JCPP’s future.

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  • ADHD Masterclass

    “Excellent speakers, very interesting, thoroughly evidence-based and engaging” Previous delegate Learning outcomes and key takeaways Consider whether therapeutic intervention for ADHD depends on scientific progress Understand the role of genetic and environmental factors in the aetiology of ADHD, and the implications for treatment Recognise that ADHD is a neuro-biologically heterogeneous condition, and ask whether it is […]

    Event type
    Masterclass
    Location
    London
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  • Online ADHD service map aims to stop young people slipping through net

    Researchers at the University of Exeter have released a map put together from the results of a national survey. The new map aims to help identify existing services and gaps in provision for young adults with Attention Hyperactivity Deficit Disorder (ADHD).

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  • Anxiety Edition – foreword by Dr Mark Lovell

    This edition of The Bridge covers the topic of anxiety. Owing to anxiety being common, with all of us experiencing a state of anxiety at some time and many also having trait anxiety, it is no surprise that ACAMH’s two main academic outputs the Journal of Child Psychology and Psychiatry and Child and Adolescent Mental Health contain some good quality research on anxiety advancing our knowledge of the science and evidence based practice.

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  • As a therapist, how should I grieve after a patient’s suicide?

    Social worker Beth lost her patient Toby to suicide, but didn’t feel entitled to process it as a personal loss. Why do we treat personal and professional grief differently, and how can we support professionals who suffer traumatic losses?

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  • ‘Forensics in Children and Adolescents’ – Foreword from Guest Editor Dr Mark Lovell

    Welcome to this edition of The Bridge which focuses on ‘Forensics in Children and Adolescents’.

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  • Sophia Fedorowicz

    Children with Anxiety: Which CBT format is best?

    McKinnon et al (2018) is the first comparison of the impact of individual CBT, group CBT and guided parent-led CBT, on the severity of symptoms and remission rate for children presenting with an anxiety disorder.

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  • Reconstructing child psychopathy

    Reconstructing child psychopathy into grandiose-manipulative, callous emotional and daring-impulsive traits will facilitate diagnosis and treatment of conduct disorder.

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  • JCPP Editorial - What is depression?

    JCPP Editorial: Volume 59, Issue 09, September 2018

    “Data repositories, registries, and standards in the search for valid and reproducible biomarkers” by Bradley S. Peterson

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  • How can we identify and treat Body Dysmorphic Disorder?

    Body Dysmorphic Disorder is a mental health condition where a person worries about perceived flaws in their appearance — flaws that are unnoticeable to others, or else appear incredibly slight. It affects people of any age but is most prevalent in teenagers and young adults, and although common, it frequently goes unrecognised or misdiagnosed.

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