My birth mother doesn’t want to know me. Should I forget her?
Annalisa Barbieri, Agony Aunt for the Guardian Newspaper consulted Alison Roy about the anxieties surrounding adoption. Read the full article here:
Children and Young People's Mental Health: Specialist Provision for Complex Needs
ACP launches new report on Specialist Provision for Children and Young People with Complex Mental Health Needs.Read the full report Read the summary
My son grieves for the great grandfather he has never met
Annalisa Barbieri, Agony Aunt for the Guardian consulted Adele Braun about the anxieties surrounding loss and the transference of emotions from parent to child.Read the full article here:
Setting a new childhood agenda
Dr Nick Waggett reports on an event at which author and former children’s commissioner Sir Al Aynsley-Green spoke powerfully about the need to place children at the heart of policy.
My two-year-old has become a bully while I’m working abroad
Annalisa Barbieri, Agony Aunt for the Guardian consulted Katy Dearnley about separation anxieties.Read the full article here:
Fund specialist services to help children with complex mental health needs
NSPCC’s latest report highlights a worrying misunderstanding of children’s complex mental health needs, writes Tim Smith
Response to the controversial Channel 4 show: How to Train Your Baby Like A Dog show
The Bustle, a young woman's online magazine has featured Nick Wagget, ACP CEO's quotes in response to the Channel 4 show: How to Train Your Baby Like A Dog.Read the full article here:
Controversial C4 show Train Your Baby Like A Dog a hit with viewers despite petition calling for ban
This report makes reference to Dr Nick Waggett's contribution to the Huffington Post report.
Train Your Baby Like A Dog: Channel 4 Face Calls To Cancel Show Ahead Of Airing
Dr Nick Waggett comments on ACP's position towards the show.