The Guardian view on self-harm: we live in uniquely pressurised times, and girls are suffering

From Guardian on 29th August, 2018

ACP member, Margot Waddell's new book, On Adolescence, quoted in The Guardian editorial on self-harm

A-level results day: Universities should do more to tackle growing student mental health crisis, Ucas boss says

From Independent on 15th August, 2018

ACP member, Alison Roy, talks to the Independent on concerns on exam stress

Bringing up Britain - The Fiendish World of Friendships

From BBC Radio 4 on 13th August, 2018

 ACP member, Lydia Hartland-Rowe talks to Mariella Frostrup on the science of childhood friendships

Parenting: Favourite Parents

From BBC Women's Hour on 8th August, 2018

Listen to ACP member, Katie Argent, discuss how a child 'preferring' one parent over another is a normal part of childhood development

Young people's mental health is a 'worsening crisis'. Action is needed

From Guardian on 31st July, 2018

One recent report called the problem a "silent Catastrophe"," writes Mary O'Hara about our survey and analysis of the challenges facing CAMHS

From Britney to Demi Lovato: how Disney raised a generation of troubled stars

From Daily Telegraph on 26th July, 2018

ACP Member, Alison Roy, about what more Hollywood could do to prevent the burn out of child stars

Individual psychoanalytic therapy recommended in new NICE/SCIE guidelines

From ACP on 24th July, 2018

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?

From Guardian on 20th July, 2018

ACP Member, Dr Danny Goldberger, offers his advice

ACP Statement: Enforced separation of children from their parents on the American Mexican border

From ACP on 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

Responding to the danger signs of CAMHS in trouble

From Health Service Journal on 5th July, 2018

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


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