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ACP member writes in defence of psychoanalysis

From on 2nd March, 2018

The article ‘France is 50 years behind’ appeared recently in the Guardian and describes the distress of parents whose children were denied an autism diagnosis and specialised... More

The ACP writes to the Secretary of State for Health and Social care and the Secretary of State for Education in response to the Transforming Children and Young People's Mental Health Provision green Paper

From ACP on 28th February, 2018

The ACP has written to the Secretary of State for Health and Social care and the Secretary of State for Education directly in response to the Transforming Children and Young People's Mental... More

The ACP writes to MPs about Treat Them Right

From ACP on 28th February, 2018

On the 20 February 2018, the ACP wrote to all Members of Parliament on behalf of all our members to inform them of the launch of the campaign, Treat Them Right. Treat Them Right calls... More

The government needs to do more to protect children's mental health services

From ACP on 21st February, 2018

ACP Chief Executive, Dr Nick Waggett's article calls for a sustainable system of addressing children's mental health needs. See the article here

The government needs to do more to protect children's mental health services

From Health Service Journal on 20th February, 2018

ACP Chief Executive, Dr Nick Waggett's article calls for a sustainable system of addressing children's mental health needs

People with autism need protection

From Guardian on 13th February, 2018

ACP member, Catalina Bronstein, responds in a letter to an earlier article on the the treatment of autism

How do I tell my children about cancer?

From Guardian on 1st February, 2018

Advice from ACP Member Jane Elfer 

The ACP's CEO says that young people with serious mental health problems will be harmed by flawed government plans for children's mental health

From on 27th January, 2018

In the Guardian and Observer this weekend, the ACP challenges plans laid out in a recent green paper on children and young people's mental health. The ACP's Chief Executive, Dr Nick... More

Troubled children at risk from mental health proposals, warn therapists

From Observer on 27th 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... More

Should my friend block her 12-year-old son's access to pornography?

From Guardian on 27th January, 2018

 Advice from ACP member Ann Horne

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