Anorexia nervosa and autism: a prospective twin cohort study
Video abstract from Lisa Dinkler on ‘Anorexia nervosa and autism: a prospective twin cohort study’. First published: 04 June 2020Read more
A longitudinal study of cognitive predictors of (complex) post‐traumatic stress in young people in out‐of‐home care
Dr. Rachel Hiller gives a video abstract of her paper ‘A longitudinal study of cognitive predictors of (complex) post‐traumatic stress in young people in out‐of‐home care’.Read more
In Conversation… Emotional Regulation with Dr. Emily McGlinchey, and Dr. Joseph Morning
How does emotional regulation manifest in children and young people? What are the interventions? What can parents and schools do to assist? Plus what’s does the latest research say? Includes transcription, and links.Read more
Professor Tamsin Ford elected to the prestigious Academy of Medical Sciences Fellowship
Congratulations to ACAMH Board Member Professor Tamsin Ford CBE, one of just 50 biomedical and health scientists elected to the prestigious Academy Fellowship.Read more
In Conversation… Dr. Karen Treisman
Karen discusses areas of trauma and trauma enforcing models, parenting, adversity (ACE’s) and attachment, and using a range of creative therapeutic approaches with families. Includes transcription, and links.Read more
April 2020 – The Bridge
This edition of The Bridge focuses on CBT, includes ‘Can transdiagnostic CBT improve outcomes in children with ASD?’ and ‘Does online CBT work for treating adolescent anxiety?’Read more
A day in the life of a Children’s Wellbeing Practitioner
CWPs deliver low-intensity psychological interventions for mild to moderate low mood and anxiety disorders.Read more
CYP-IAPT – Where next?
This article outlines the Children and Young People’s Improving Access to Psychological Therapies project (CYP-IAPT), including where it came from, where we are now, and the challenges we have faced on the way.Read more
Can transdiagnostic CBT improve outcomes in children with ASD?
Transdiagnostic interventions apply the same underlying treatment principles across mental disorders, research in relation to ASDRead more
CBT and sertraline are effective treatments for paediatric anxiety, but how do they work?
Matti Cervin and colleagues analysed data from the largest RCT for paediatric anxiety disorders to examine how these treatments affect different domains of anxietyRead more