Sleep

Children and adolescents who are experiencing difficulties with their mental health also often struggle with their sleep. Indeed disrupted or altered sleep has been associated with most psychiatric disorders (Gregory & Sadeh, 2016). Although a range of sleep difficulties can co-occur with mental health problems, a common difficulty is insomnia. As such this guidance will primarily focus on difficulties with getting to sleep and staying asleep.

  • Time spent awake during the night in infancy is a marker for cognitive trajectories

    This article is a summary of the Original Article in the JCPP: Infant wake after sleep onset serves as a marker for different trajectories in cognitive development – by Pisch et al.  

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  • Sleep and Mental Health – slides Edinburgh

    To download the slides click on the talk title. Please note that Dr. Mike Farquhar’s slides will not be available. Dr. Max Davie Population health and sleep Dr. Sally Hobson & Dr. Jenna Vyas-Lee Sleep in context  

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  • Sleep

    Children and adolescents who are experiencing difficulties with their mental health also often struggle with their sleep. Indeed disrupted or altered sleep has been associated with most psychiatric disorders (Gregory & Sadeh, 2016). Although a range of sleep difficulties can co-occur with mental health problems, a common difficulty is insomnia. As such this guidance will primarily focus on difficulties with getting to sleep and staying asleep.

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  • Protected: Self-harm Masterclass – slides June 2019

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