Individual psychoanalytic therapy recommended in new NICE/SCIE guidelines
A newly published ‘quick guide for practitioners and managers supporting children, young people and families’ from NICE/SCIE has recommended individual psychoanalytic therapy as a... More
How can we help my violent young granddaughter?
ACP Member, Dr Danny Goldberger, offers his advice
ACP Statement: Enforced separation of children from their parents on the American Mexican border
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
Responding to the danger signs of CAMHS in trouble
Mental Healthcare and treatment, for children and young people in particular, has historically been the 'poor relation' of the NHS, Writes ACP Chief Executive, Nick Waggett
ACP Report: 'Silent Catastrophe'
'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
Children turned away from mental health help unless 'acutely suicidal', psychotherapists warn
ACP report 'Silent Catastrophe' highlights concerns of frontline staff
Mental Health Services for the young is NHS's 'Silent Catastrophe'
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
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
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
ACP Member, Ruth Glover, offers her advice