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Child and Family Clinical Psychology Review No 1 2013

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Quick Overview

The publication of the Division of Clinical Psychology Faculty for Children, Young People and Their Families. The review's mission is to promote and share good quality clinical writing and research within the field of child, adolescent and family clinical psychology by publishing annual themed editions expressing a range of views and ideas and research around a pertinent topic.

The theme of this issue is demonstrating clinical outcomes and psychological well-being in children, young people and families, which brings together papers that cover the broad area of the use of service user feedback and outcomes tools, measures of mental health and well-being, to sharing ideas, and stimulating debate.

This publication replaced CYP Service and Practice Update.

 

Contents

Editorial: Demonstrating Clinical Outcomes and Psychological Well-Being in Children, Young People and Families

Duncan Law

Accelerating translation of evidence into routine care. Implementing national policy: Integrating quality, care and its outcomes through CYP IAPT and Payment by Results CAMHS

Raphael Kelvin

What kind of goals do children and young people set for themselves in therapy? Developing a goals framework using CORC data

Jenna Bradley, Samantha Murphy, Andrew J.B. Fugard, Sevasti-Melissa Nolas and Duncan Law

'What do you want to get from coming here?' Distinguishing patient-generated outcome measures in CAMHS from a bespoke sandwich

Cathy Troupp

Evaluating the use of goal-based outcomes as a single patient rated outcome measure across CWP CAMHS: A pilot study

Fiona Pender, Claire Tinwell, Emma Marsh and Victoria Cowell

Young people's participation: Views from young people on using goals

Cassie Bromley and Sally Westwood

A small-scale service evaluation of Warwickshire Child and Adolescent Mental Health Services' systemic family therapy

Sarah Collins

Re-membering family: Local implementation of a family-focused outcome measure

Tamsyn Noble, Pieter Nel, Sue Bruckner, Helen Rawle, Barbara Rishworth, Laura Casale, Leslie Valon, Pete Taylor, Snehal Shah & Kelly Abraham-Smith

An economic analysis of The Place2Be's integrated school-based therapeutic services for children

W. Xu, T. Forster, M. Atkinson

Same or different? Measuring outcomes in children and young people with learning disabilities, their families and networks

Rowena Rossiter, Heather Armstrong, Sally Morgan and Neil Phillips

Pilot evaluation of a manualised cognitive-behavioural treatment package for children (and their parents) with anxiety

Dora Bernardes, Sara Shafi, Barbara Gillies, Frances Brown and Rachel Couper

Making a difference in paediatric care: The impact of a paediatric psychology team on children's readmissions to a general hospital

Clarissa Martin, Kim Wooliscroft, Rona Borland, Colin Melville and Shomik Ghosal

Life satisfaction in children and young people: Meanings and measures

Josefine Magnusson, Ellen Klemera and Fiona Brooks

 

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