The Dark Underworld of Instagram's Mental Health Memes According to a survey of 1,500 people, conducted by RSPH and the Young Health Movement Instagram is the social network deemed the most detrimental to the mental health and well-being of young adults. October 2017 - Advice from ACP member Rachel Melville-Thomas.
Bringing up Britain - The Fiendish World of Friendships
Transforming Mental Health Provision in Schools?
8 February 2018 - Therapists and Educators criticise the government's proposed changes to how mental health services are delivered. ACP's Chief Executive, Dr Nick Waggett and ACP Member, Dr Tessa Weir-Jeffery raise their concerns
NHS 'let down' aristocrat Lady Beth Douglas, 18, who died of a drug overdose after battling mental illness, her family claim
Mental health disorders on rise among children
Society pays later for not giving vulnerable children a good start
7 October 2018 - Read ACP member Peter Toolan's letter in the Guardian
My 10-year-old son says no one cares about him, and talks of suicide
31 August 2018 - ACP Member, Dexter Benjamin talks about how parents can help
The Guardian view on self-harm: we live in uniquely pressurised times, and girls are suffering
Young people's mental health is a 'worsening crisis'. Action is needed
How can we help my violent young granddaughter?
20 July 2018 - ACP Member, Dr Danny Goldberger, offers his advice
Mental Health Services for the young is NHS's 'Silent Catastrophe'
My Teenage son hates me but says his dad is amazing
8 June 2018 - ACP Member, Ruth Glover, offers her advice
Warning of pressure on London teenagers as suicide rate soars
Our relationship with our 32-year-old daughter has broken down
25 May 2018 - ACP Member, Rachel Melville-Thomas offers her advice
Home Office faces court action over asylum children
Caring for a suicidal loved one
People with autism need protection
How do I tell my children about cancer?
February 2018 - Advice from ACP Member Jane Elfer
Should my friend block her 12-year-old son's access to pornography?
27 January 2018 - Advice from ACP member Ann Horne
ACP members and their book are mentioned in a letter to the Guardian
My daughter is hurt at being rejected by the girl she called her best friend
8 December 2017 - Advice from ACP member Dr Sarah Sutton
My young daughter constantly misses her grandparents
22 September 2017- Advice from ACP member Milly Jenkins
My teenage granddaughter is in a miserable state. She has lost hope
23 June 2017 - Advice from ACP Member Rajni Sharma
I'm 13 and worried about being fat
20 January 2017 - Advice from ACP Member Cathy Troupp
Crisis in Mental Health Care for young people
Data shows need for 'urgent' renewal of children's mental health care
The government needs to do more to protect children's mental health services
Responding to the danger signs of CAMHS in trouble
Parents and Teachers must be supported to do more for children's mental health
31 October 2018 - "Teachers alone cannot be the guardians of child mental health," writes ACP member Rachel Melville Thomas. We need "increased funding of expert professionals we already have, enabling them to support effective early intervention"
A-level results day: Universities should do more to tackle growing student mental health crisis, Ucas boss says
Jeremy Hunt's new mental health Funding doesnt go far enough
13 July 2017 - ACP Chair, Heather Stewart's Letter in the Independent
Teenage suicides in London rise by 107% - more that four times national rate, new figures reveal
Government missing an opportunity to improve children's mental health services
Troubled children at risk from mental health proposals, warn therapists
27 January 2018 - The ACP's Chief Executive, Dr Nick Waggett, argues that young people with the most serious mental health problems will be harmed by flawed government plans to boost services in schools for troubled children
Is a 'simple' baseline test for four-year-olds about to bring the fight over primary assessment to a head?
14 April 2018 - The ACP, as part of the More Than A Score coalition, features in a Tes report on baseline assessments of four-year-olds. Our concerns are about growing stress levels for schoolchildren and the lack of CAMHS services to support those who are struggling