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Mental Health Services for the young is NHS's 'Silent Catastrophe'

From Guardian on 25th June, 2018

The ACP survey of frontline staff finds chronic underfunding and redesign of services to blame

ACP Response to APPG Five Year Forward View for Mental Health

From ACP on 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

Warning of pressure on London teenagers as suicide rate soars

From Guardian on 8th June, 2018

ACP member, Valentina Levi talks about the Brent Centre for Young People's research into rising rates of suicide and self-harm in young people in London

My Teenage son hates me but says his dad is amazing

From Guardian on 8th June, 2018

ACP Member, Ruth Glover, offers her advice

Teenage suicides in London rise by 107% - more that four times national rate, new figures reveal

From Independent on 7th June, 2018

ACP member, Valentina Levi talks about the Brent Centre for Young People's research into rising rates of suicide and self-harm in young people in London

Our relationship with our 32-year-old daughter has broken down

From Guardian on 25th May, 2018

ACP Member, Rachel Melville-Thomas offers her advice

ACP quoted in Education and Health and Social Care Select Committee report

From ACP on 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

Work with us - ACP Business Manager Vacancy

From ACP on 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

Home Office faces court action over asylum children

From Guardian on 24th April, 2018

ACP Member, Sheila Melzak, on the long wait traumatised child asylum seekers have to endure before their cases are addressed

Is a 'simple' baseline test for four-year-olds about to bring the fight over primary assessment to a head?

From TES on 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 the lack... More

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