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Critical Issues in Child and Adolescent Mental Health

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11 November 2016

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In this thought-provoking text, a collection of respected authors with a wealth of academic and practice experience come together to challenge some of the prevailing ideas serving as the foundation for the current child and...

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In this thought-provoking text, a collection of respected authors with a wealth of academic and practice experience come together to challenge some of the prevailing ideas serving as the foundation for the current child and adolescent mental health services (CAMHS) structure.

Providing a fresh new perspective on critical issues and seeking to stimulate reflection and debate; from managers and commissioners to newly qualified practitioners and students, this book will both challenge and energise readers, spurring them on to reconsider some of the pressing CAMH issues of our time.

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Contributions from leading names in Child and Adolescent Mental Health

Explores the place of neuroscience in explaining mental health development in children and adolescents

Comments on the benefits of moving away from clinic-based practice, and towards an approach that reaches out into the community

Examines the negative impact of resource pressures in CAMHS on the core therapeutic relationships between practitioners and young people

Editors' Introduction
Chapter 1: What Evidence Works for Whom – Peter Wilson
Chapter 2: Non-diagnostic practice in child and adolescent mental health – Sami Timimi
Chapter 3: Neuroscience and CAMHS practice – Matthew Woolgar and Carmen Pinto
Chapter 4: Early intervention with babies and their parents – Robin Balbernie
Chapter 5: The view from the bridge: bringing a third position to child health – Sebastian Kraemer
Chapter 6: The wider clinical and social context of ADHD – Louise Richards
Chapter 7: Cultural Context and Socially Inclusive Practice – Steven Walker
Chapter 8: Being Mixed Race – Dinah Morley
Chapter 9: The role of schools in promoting children's mental health – Neil Humhrey
Chapter 10: From Outreach to Reaching Out: a relational approach to mental health within the community – Nick Barnes
Chapter 11: 'Who can I turn to?' Making healthcare more relationship-centred and not system-centred – Sarah Campbell and Jenny Cobb.

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Sarah Campbell is a senior lecturer and Programme Director for MSc programmes in Mental Health (CAMH and Adult) at City University London, UK.

Dinah Morley is an honorary researcher at the Unit for Social and Community Psychiatry in East London, and an honorary senior lecturer at City University London, UK.

Roger Catchpole, now retired, was Lead Consultant and trainer at Young Minds, the UK's leading charity committed to improving the emotional wellbeing and mental health of children and young people.

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Sarah Campbell is a senior lecturer and Programme Director for MSc programmes in Mental Health (CAMH and Adult) at City University London, UK.

Dinah Morley is an honorary researcher at the Unit for Social and Community Psychiatry in East London, and an honorary senior lecturer at City University London, UK.

Roger Catchpole, now retired, was Lead Consultant and trainer at Young Minds, the UK's leading charity committed to improving the emotional wellbeing and mental health of children and young people.

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