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11th July, 2018

The ACP has issued a statement on the recent enforced separation of children from their parents on the American Mexican border. It is a basic human right for parents and children to remain... More

25th June, 2018

'Silent Catastrophe' Further evidence of NHS CAMHS failing children and young people with most severe needs Today, the Association of child (ACP), has launched a report, ... More

24th June, 2018

The ACP has responded to the All Party Parliamentary Group on Mental Health inquiry into the Five Year Forward View for Mental Health.The ACP’s response focussed specifically on the 5YFV for... More

23rd May, 2018

The Education and Health and Social Care Select Committees published their response to the government’s proposals to roll out mental health provision in schools. In a document titled ‘The... More

16th May, 2018

The Association of Child Psychotherapists (ACP) has a vacancy for a Business Manager as we moved forward in developing the operational and professional life of the association. Reporting to the Chief... More

14th 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... More

21st March, 2018

 Chief Executive of the ACP, Dr Nick Waggett, Speaks on behalf of child psychotherapists at a lobby of parliament organised by Unite in support of applied psychologists working in the NHS.... More

14th March, 2018

The ACP has submitted a response to the Department of Health's Consultation Paper, Promoting Professionalism, Reforming Regulation, welcoming the Department's intention to simplify the... More

8th March, 2018

Shadow health secretary, Jon Ashworth, has written in the Leicester Mercury, sharing the ACP's concerns about the government's green paper on children and young people's mental health.... More

7th March, 2018

The ACP's Chief Executive, Nick Waggett, responds in a letter to the Guardian about its recent investigation into mental health services. See the letter and report here.

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