World Autism Awareness Week: a day in the working life of a child psychotherapist
ACP member, Felicity Tyson, describes her work as a child psychotherapist with children and families with autism
‘We’ve seen so many girls suffering in lockdown’: the troubling rise of tics among teenage girls
ACP member, Rachel Melville-Thomas has contributed some insights and advice for a piece in the Daily Telegraph today around anxiety attached to tics, following a report from Dr Isobel... More
Doctors fear new child mental health crisis in UK, made worse by Covid
ACP member, Julia Britton, discusses the increase of child and young people mental health referals in this article with the Guardian.
Mid-morning on BBC Radio Bristol
ACP member, Rachel Melville-Thomas was interviewed on BBC Radio Bristol to talk about homeschooling during lockdown. You can listen to Rachel's interview at 10:48.
UK doctors flag mental pressures pandemic puts on young people
In an interview with the Financial Times ACP member, Ryan Lowe, discusses the pressures that the pandemic has put on young people, stating 'If you were to paint a picture of the perfect setting... More
Children’s mental health: The hidden crisis of COVID laid bare
ACP member, Ricky Emanuel, has been interviewed as part of the Evening Standards' investigation covering Children’s mental health: The hidden crisis of COVID laid bare. You can watch... More
Christmas: 7 ways to make the most of a very different family Christmas
ACP member, Ryan Lowe, suggests seven ways to make the holidays feel festive in 2020.
Watch Newsround - what makes a bully?
Alison Roy, ACP member, talks to CBBC Newsround's Ricky Boleto about what makes a bully.