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Child and Family Clinical Psychology Review No 3 Summer 2015

Child and Family Clinical Psychology Review No 3 Summer 2015

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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 'What good looks like in psychological services for children, young people and their families'.


 

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Contents

Foreword
Sarah Brennan

Editorial
Julia Faulconbridge, Duncan Law & Amanda Laffan

A brief note about the language used in this Review

Part I: Overview of the key issues

Paper 1: What good looks like in psychological services for children, young people and their families: Introduction
Duncan Law, Julia Faulconbridge & Amanda Laffan

Section 1: How big an issue is children and young people's mental health?
Duncan Law, Julia Faulconbridge & Amanda Laffan

Section 2: Understanding healthy psychological development and the causes of psychological difficulties
Duncan Law, Julia Faulconbridge & Amanda Laffan

Section 3: Delivering effective psychological help in different parts of the system
Duncan Law, Julia Faulconbridge & Amanda Laffan

Section 4: Types of intervention
Julia Faulconbridge, Duncan Law & Amanda Laffan

Section 5: The core requirements of good services
Julia Faulconbridge, Duncan Law & Amanda Laffan

Appendix 1: Psychological understanding of mental health
Amanda Laffan, Duncan Law & Julia Faulconbridge

Appendix 2: Risk factors for mental health difficulties
Julia Faulconbridge, Duncan Law & Amanda Laffan

Appendix 3: Child maltreatment
Amanda Laffan, Julia Faulconbridge & Duncan Law

Appendix 4: Outcome monitoring in children and young people's mental health systems
Duncan Law, Julia Faulconbridge & Amanda Laffan

Appendix 5: Facilitating transition
Julia Faulconbridge, Duncan Law & Amanda Laffan

Paper 2: Using clinical and other applied psychologists effectively in the delivery of Child and Adolescent Mental Health Services (CAMHS) - recommendations about numbers, gradings and leadership
Jenny Taylor

Part II: Specific papers addressing a range of settings and conditions

Paper 3: Delivering psychological services for children and young people with emotional and behavioural difficulties, and their families, in specialist CAMHS settings
Paul Wallis, Jo Potier, Gordon Milson & Andrew Beck

Paper 4: Delivering psychological services for children, young people and their families in inpatient settings
Paul Abeles, Vivienne Crosbie & Gordon Milson

Paper 5: Delivering psychological services for children and young people with physical health needs and their families
Annie Mercer, Sara O'Curry, Janie Donnan, Jacqui Stedmon, Julie Reed & Hilary Griggs

Paper 6: Working with whole communities: Delivering community psychology approaches with children, young people and families
Laura Casale, Sally Zlotowitz & Olive Moloney

Paper 7: Delivering psychological services for children and families in Early Years mental health and emotional wellbeing settings
Michael Galbraith, Robin Balbernie & Caroline White

Paper 8: Delivering psychological services in schools to maximise emotional wellbeing and early intervention
Denise McConnellogue, Joe Hickey, Waveney Patel & Anna Picciotto

Paper 9: Delivering psychological services for children, young people and families with complex social care needs
Miriam Silver, Kim Golding & Caroline Roberts

Paper 10: Delivering psychological services for children and young people involved with the criminal justice system, those at risk of involvement, and their families
Jackie Preston, Matthew Lister & Lisa Shostak

Paper 11: Delivering psychological services for children and young people with neurodevelopmental difficulties and their families
Katie Hunt & Jaime Craig

Paper 12: Delivering psychological services for children and young people with learning disabilities and their families
Ro Rossitor, Heather Armstrong, Gill Legg & Jane Woodrow

 

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