Clinical Child Psychology and Psychiatry
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Clinical Child Psychology and Psychiatry
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    Clinical Child Psychology and Psychiatry brings together clinically oriented, peer reviewed work of the highest distinction from an international and multidisciplinary perspective, offering comprehensive coverage of clinical and treatment issues across the range of treatment modalities.Clinical Child Psychology and Psychiatry is interested in advancing theory, practice and clinical research in the realm of child and adolescent psychology and psychiatry and related disciplines.The journal directs its attention to matters of clinical practice, including related topics such as the ethics of treatment and the integration of research into practice.Multidisciplinary in approach, the journal includes work by, and is of interest to, child psychologists, psychiatrists and psychotherapists, nurses, social workers and all other professionals in the fields of child and adolescent psychology and psychiatry. Clinical Child Psychology and Psychiatry is a quarterly peer-reviewed academic journal that covers the field of child psychology and psychiatry. The editors-in-chief are Anna Brazier (University Hospital of Wales) and Michael Tarren-Sweeney (University of Canterbury). It was established in 1996 and is currently published by SAGE Publications.

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    SAGE Publications Ltd
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    1996 - Present
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    English
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    United States
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    Adoptive parents experiences of dyadic developmental psychotherapy Megan Wingfield · Ben Gurney-Smith · Ben Gurney-Smith
    Looking into the future: The potential impact of emerging trends on child and family mental health services: Nicholas Long · Nicholas Long
    A review of adolescent autobiographical memory and the implications for assessment of unaccompanied minors refugee determinations: Zoe Given-Wilson · Matthew Hodes · Jane Herlihy · Jane Herlihy
    Ghosts, tigers and landmines in the nursery: Attachment narratives of loss in Tamil refugee children with dead or missing fathers: Lux Ratnamohan · Lux Ratnamohan · Sarah Mares · Derrick Silove · Derrick Silove · Derrick Silove
    Collective narrative practice with unaccompanied refugee minors:The Tree of Lifeas a response to hardship Suzan Fm Jacobs · Suzan Fm Jacobs
    Parent–youth informant disagreement: Implications for youth anxiety treatment Emily M. Becker-Haimes · Emily M. Becker-Haimes · Amanda Jensen-Doss · Boris Birmaher · Philip C. Kendall · Golda S. Ginsburg · Golda S. Ginsburg
    The impact of fathers military deployment on child adjustment. The support needs of primary school children and their families separated during active military service: A pilot study Sharon Pexton · Jacqui Farrants · William Yule · William Yule
    The psychosocial needs of refugee children and youth and best practices for filling these needs: A systematic review: Cisse Nakeyar · Victoria M. Esses · Graham J. Reid · Graham J. Reid
    When one childhood meets another – maternal childhood trauma and offspring child psychopathology: A systematic review: D.T. Plant · D.T. Plant · Susan Pawlby · Carmine M. Pariante · F. W. Jones · F. W. Jones
    The impact of deployment and traumatic brain injury on the health and behavior of children of US military service members and veterans Tracey A. Brickell · Tracey A. Brickell · S Lippa · Rael T. Lange · Rael T. Lange · Rael T. Lange
    Outcomes of inpatient psychiatric treatment for adolescents: A multiple perspectives evaluation: YingMin Lee · Peter Martin · Pippa Hembry · Simon L. Lewis · Simon L. Lewis
    Fathers experiences of their childs life-limiting condition: An attachment narrative perspective: Oliver Bailey-Pearce · Jacqui Stedmon · Rudi Dallos · George Davis · George Davis
    Differences in illness perception between children with cancer and other chronic diseases and their parents Annamária Szentes · Gyöngyi Kökönyei · Gyöngyi Kökönyei · Andrea Békési · Andrea Békési · Ildikó Bokrétás · Szabolcs Török · Szabolcs Török
    Family Coaching as a delivery modality for evidence-based prevention programs Mary Jane Rotheram-Borus · Dallas Swendeman · Erin Rotheram-Fuller · Maryann Youssef · Maryann Youssef
    Psychogenic non-epileptic seizures in children and adolescents: Part I – Diagnostic formulations: Kasia Kozlowska · Catherine Chudleigh · Catherine Cruz · Melissa Lim · Georgia McClure · Blanche Savage · Ubaid Shah · Averil Cook · Stephen Scher · Pascal Carrive · Deepak Gill · Deepak Gill
    Psychogenic non-epileptic seizures in children and adolescents: Part II – explanations to families, treatment, and group outcomes Kasia Kozlowska · Catherine Chudleigh · Catherine Cruz · Melissa Lim · Georgia McClure · Blanche Savage · Ubaid Shah · Averil Cook · Stephen Scher · Pascal Carrive · Deepak Gill · Deepak Gill
    It feels like something difficult is coming back to haunt me: An exploration of meltdowns associated with autistic spectrum disorder from a parental perspective Indiana Montaque · Rudi Dallos · Becky McKenzie · Becky McKenzie
    The effectiveness of psychological interventions with adoptive parents on adopted children and adolescents outcomes: A systematic review: Sorcha Ní Chobhthaigh · Fiona Duffy · Fiona Duffy
    Parents experiences of their adolescents mental health treatment: Helplessness or agency-based hope Jenny Brown · Jenny Brown
    Adopted childrens co-production and use of trove (a digitally enhanced memory box) to better understand their care histories through precious objects: Debbie L Watson · Chloe Meineck · Beth Lancaster · Beth Lancaster
    Secondary trauma and compassion fatigue in foster carers Beatrice Hannah · Matthew Woolgar · Matthew Woolgar · Matthew Woolgar
    Does continuing family-based treatment for adolescent anorexia nervosa improve outcomes in those not remitted after 20 sessions? Andrew Wallis · Andrew Wallis · Jane Miskovic-Wheatley · Sloane Madden · Colleen Alford · Paul Rhodes · Stephen Touyz · Stephen Touyz
    Mindfulness-based group therapy: Impact on psychiatrically hospitalized adolescents Deanna P. Sams · Elizabeth D. Handley · Linda J. Alpert-Gillis · Linda J. Alpert-Gillis
    Intentional music use to reduce psychological distress in adolescents accessing primary mental health care Katrina McFerran · Cherry Hense · Asami Koike · Debra Rickwood · Debra Rickwood · Debra Rickwood
    Psychosocial screening and monitoring for children in foster care: Psychometric properties of the Brief Assessment Checklist in a Dutch population study: Anouk Goemans · Michael Tarren-Sweeney · Mitch van Geel · Paul Vedder · Paul Vedder
    The presence of co-morbid mental health problems in a cohort of adolescents with chronic fatigue syndrome Maria Loades · Maria Loades · Katharine A. Rimes · Sheila Ali · Kate Lievesley · Trudie Chalder · Trudie Chalder · Trudie Chalder
    Is social media bad for mental health and wellbeing? Exploring the perspectives of adolescents: Michelle O’Reilly · Nisha Dogra · Natasha Whiteman · Jason Hughes · Seyda Eruyar · Paul Reilly · Paul Reilly
    Assessing speech, language and communication difficulties in children referred for ADHD: A qualitative evaluation of a UK child and adolescent mental health service: Kelly My Chan · Andrew J. B. Fugard · Andrew J. B. Fugard · Andrew J. B. Fugard
    Stories of trauma in family therapy with refugees: Supporting safe relational spaces of narration and silence: Lucia De Haene · Cécile Rousseau · Ruth Kevers · Nele Deruddere · Peter Rober · Peter Rober
    Childhood maltreatment and its link to borderline personality disorder features in children: A systematic review approach Jeyda Ibrahim · Nicola Cosgrave · Matthew Woolgar · Matthew Woolgar
    Sleep and psychiatric symptoms in young child psychiatric outpatients Hanna Huhdanpää · Liisa Klenberg · Hannu Westerinen · Tuija Fontell · Eeva T. Aronen · Eeva T. Aronen
    The Home Observation Measure of the Environment is associated with symptoms of ADHD and oppositionality in a CAMHS sample Wai Wai Lai · Michelle O’Mahony · Aisling Mulligan · Aisling Mulligan
    Understanding the experiences of middle school girls who have received help for non-suicidal self-injury: Kathleen S. Tillman · Michael Prazak · Megan L. Obert · Megan L. Obert
    Positive Thinking Elevates Tolerance: Experimental Effects of Happiness on Adolescents Attitudes Towards Asylum Seekers Harriet R. Tenenbaum · Tereza Capelos · Jessica Lorimer · Thomas Stocks · Thomas Stocks
    Seeing the child in context: Supporting gender diverse children and their families in multiple ways – An introduction to this special edition Trilby Langton · Bernadette Wren · Polly Carmichael · Polly Carmichael
    Understanding resilience in young people with complex mental health needs: A Delphi study: Ellysia-Grace Thompson · Susan Knowles · Pete Greasley · Pete Greasley
    A qualitative exploration of the experiences of adoptive parents attending Nurturing Attachments, a dyadic developmental psychotherapy informed group: Olivia Hewitt · Ben Gurney-Smith · Kim Golding · Kim Golding
    Which parents dropout from an evidence-based parenting programme (Triple-P) at CAMHS? Comparison of programme-completing and dropout parents Aylin Özbek · Özlem Gencer · Aybüke Tugçe Mustan · Aybüke Tugçe Mustan
    Change in mental health symptoms in families with nonresponding children referred to inpatient family units Tormod Rimehaug · Tormod Rimehaug
    Childrens experiences of being diagnosed with cancer at the early stages of treatment; an interpretive phenomenological analysis Jill Mant · Angela Kirby · Kathy J Cox · Amos Burke · Amos Burke
    Empowering young people who experienced domestic violence and abuse: the development of a group therapy intervention (Forthcoming/Available Online) Lisa Fellin · Jane Callaghan · Joanne H Alexander · Claire Harrison-Breed · Stavroula Mavrou · Maria Papathanassiou · Maria Papathanassiou
    Soapbox: Technical, relational and relational-collaborative approaches to risk management Percy Aggett · Philip Messent · Philip Messent
    A therapeutic group for young people with diverse gender identifications Sarah Davidson · Annabelle Morrison · Elin Skagerberg · Ian Russell · Anna Hames · Anna Hames
    Gender Dysphoria in looked-after and adopted young people in a gender identity development service: Tom Matthews · Victoria Holt · Senem Sahin · Amelia Taylor · David Griksaitis · David Griksaitis
    Validation of the Massachusetts Youth Screening Instrument with a looked after population Claire Reilly · Dan R Johnson · Kirstin Ferguson · Kirstin Ferguson
    Taking the stone from my heart: An exploration of the benefits of a mentoring programme (PROMISE) for children at risk of significant harm Rudi Dallos · Hassina Carder-Gilbert · Hassina Carder-Gilbert
    Gender diversity and non-binary presentations in young people attending the United Kingdoms National Gender Identity Development Service Jos Twist · Nastasja M de Graaf · Nastasja M de Graaf
    Cognitive, emotional, and behavioral profile in children and adolescents with chronic pain associated with rheumatic diseases: A case-control study: Maria Pascali · Emilia Matera · Francesco Craig · Francesco La Torre · Paola Giordano · Francesco Margari · Giuseppina Zagaria · Mariella Margari · Lucia Margari · Lucia Margari
    Stratified medicine and child psychology and psychiatry: An old or new paradigm? Eilis Kennedy · Eilis Kennedy
    Capturing the impact of adolescent inpatient admissions: The Social Connectedness Scale Katy Phillips · Bridie Lawler Whatson · Emma Wells · Gordon Milson · Samantha Hartley · Samantha Hartley
    Use of respiratory rates and heart rate variability in the assessment and treatment of children and adolescents with functional somatic symptoms Catherine Chudleigh · Blanche Savage · Catherine Cruz · Melissa Lim · Georgia McClure · Donna M. Palmer · Chris Spooner · Kasia Kozlowska · Kasia Kozlowska · Kasia Kozlowska
    It is that bad but it isnt that bad: Exploring childrens experiences of their mothers non-terminal cancer with a focus on attachment, resilience and trauma Laura Tozer · Jacqui Stedmon · Rudi Dallos · Rudi Dallos
    Adolescent development in family-based treatment for anorexia nervosa: Patients and parents narratives Meredith Medway · Paul Rhodes · Lisa Dawson · Jane Miskovic-Wheatley · Andrew Wallis · Sloane Madden · Sloane Madden
    Home-based family-focused rehabilitation for adolescents with severe Chronic Fatigue Syndrome Mary Burgess · Kate Lievesley · Sheila Ali · Trudie Chalder · Trudie Chalder
    Editorial by Paul Tibbles in dialogue with Ncazelo Ncube Paul Tibbles · Paul Tibbles
    Parental reactions to parent- and sibling-directed aggression within a domestic violence context Michelle P. Desir · Canan Karatekin · Canan Karatekin
    Understanding experiences of the self-harm of others : A qualitative exploration of the views of young people with complex mental health needs Claire Smith-Gowling · Sue Knowles · Suzanne Hodge · Suzanne Hodge
    Healing stories: An expressive-narrative intervention for strengthening resilience and survival skills in school-aged child victims of war and political violence in the Gaza Strip Guido Veronese · Gianpiero Barola · Gianpiero Barola
    Risk factors influencing severity of attention deficit hyperactivity disorder in a sample of preparatory school students in Cairo Hisham Ramy · Mona M. El Sheikh · Marwa Sultan · Rasha E. Bassim · Maissa Eid · Ramy Ali · Marwa El Missiry · Marwa El Missiry
    Conners 3–Self-Report Scale: An empirical support to the dimensionality of the content scales Viola Angela Izzo · Maria Anna Donati · Caterina Primi · Caterina Primi
    Mental health of unaccompanied asylum-seeking adolescents previously held in British detention centres: Kimberly A. Ehntholt · David Trickey · Jean Harris Hendriks · Hannah Chambers · Mark Scott · William Yule · William Yule
    Challenges and impossibilities of standing alongside in an intolerable context: Learning from refugees and volunteers in the Calais camp: Charlotte Burck · Gillian Hughes · Gillian Hughes
    Ambiguous loss and incomplete abduction narratives in Kosovo Laura Kajtazi-Testa · Christopher J. Hewer · Christopher J. Hewer
    Impairments of executive function in young children referred to child psychiatric outpatient clinic Hanna Huhdanpää · Liisa Klenberg · Hannu Westerinen · Paula Bergman · Eeva T. Aronen · Eeva T. Aronen
    Formulating autism systemically: Part 1 – A review of the published literature and case assessments Patricia M. Crittenden · Patricia M. Crittenden
    Fix my child: The importance of including siblings in clinical assessments Steve Farnfield · Steve Farnfield
    Gifts from Mary Ainsworth and John Bowlby Patricia M. Crittenden · Patricia M. Crittenden
    Mental health services for our most vulnerable children Michael Tarren-Sweeney · Michael Tarren-Sweeney
    The secret lives of children Patricia M. Crittenden · Patricia M. Crittenden
    Formulating autism systemically: Part 2 – A 12-year prospective case study: Nicky Brewerton · Katrina Robson · Patricia M. Crittenden · Patricia M. Crittenden
    Resolution of alliance ruptures: The special case of animal-assisted psychotherapy Sigal Zilcha-Mano · Sigal Zilcha-Mano
    When things get complicated: At-risk attachment in children and adolescents with chronic pain: Lux Ratnamohan · Kasia Kozlowska · Kasia Kozlowska
    Infant disorganized attachment: Clarifying levels of analysis Judith Solomon · Judith Solomon
    Book review: Vetere, A. & Stratton, P. (Eds.). (2016) Interacting selves: Systemic solutions for personal and professional development in counselling and psychotherapyVetereA.StrattonP. (Eds.). (2016) Interacting selves: Systemic solutions for personal and professional development in counselling and psychotherapy. New York, NY: Routledge, 142 pp.; ISBN No. 9780415730853 (pb); ISBN No. 9780415730846 (hb) Mick Rusling · Mick Rusling
    Animal-assisted dyadic therapy: A therapy model promoting development of the reflective function in the parent–child bond: Liat Shani · Liat Shani
    Animal-assisted psychotherapy: A unique relational therapy for children and adolescents Keren Bachi · Nancy Parish-Plass · Nancy Parish-Plass · Nancy Parish-Plass
    Simulation modeling analysis of sequential relations among therapeutic alliance, symptoms, and adherence to child-centered play therapy between a child with autism spectrum disorder and two therapists Geoff Goodman · Hyewon Chung · Leah Fischel · Laura Athey-Lloyd · Laura Athey-Lloyd
    Its personal to me: A qualitative study of depression in young people with CFS/ME: Anna Taylor · Maria Loades · Amberly L C Brigden · Simon M Collin · Esther Crawley · Esther Crawley
    Residential staff responses to adolescent self-harm: The helpful and unhelpful: Dan R Johnson · Kirstin Ferguson · Jennifer Copley · Jennifer Copley
    Observed callousness as a predictor of treatment outcomes in parent management training Gunnar Bjørnebekk · John Kjøbli · John Kjøbli
    Social Communication Anxiety Treatment (S-CAT) for children and families with selective mutism: A pilot study Evelyn R. Klein · Sharon Lee Armstrong · Kathryn Skira · Janice Gordon · Janice Gordon
    The Meaning of the Child Interview: A new procedure for assessing and understanding parent–child relationships of at-risk families Ben Grey · Steve Farnfield · Steve Farnfield
    The assessment of developmental trauma in children and adolescents: a systematic review Ruth Denton · Catherine Frogley · Sue Jackson · Sue Jackson · Mary John · Dawn Querstret · Dawn Querstret
    Equine-Assisted Psychotherapy for adolescents experiencing depression and/or anxiety: A therapists perspective Kaitlyn Wilson · Melissa Buultjens · Melissa Monfries · Leila Karimi · Leila Karimi
    Measuring what matters to patients: Using goal content to inform measure choice and development Jenna Jacob · Julian Edbrooke-Childs · Duncan Law · Miranda Wolpert · Miranda Wolpert
    A qualitative exploration of attitudes towards the use of outcome measures in child and adolescent mental health services Evelyn Sharples · Chuan Qin · Vinita Goveas · Dawid Gondek · Jessica Deighton · Miranda Wolpert · Julian Edbrooke-Childs · Julian Edbrooke-Childs
    Interviews with children about their mental health problems: The congruence and validity of information that children report Emily Macleod · June Woolford · Linda Hobbs · Julien Gross · Harlene Hayne · Tess Patterson · Tess Patterson
    Young voices in mental health care: Exploring childrens and adolescents service experiences and preferences Stefan Persson · Curt Hagquist · Daniel Michelson · Daniel Michelson · Daniel Michelson
    The use of cognitive remediation therapy on a child adolescent eating disorder unit: Patients and therapist perspectives Lucia Giombini · Robert Turton · Matteo Turco · Sophie Nesbitt · Bryan Lask · Bryan Lask
    Punch injury self-harm in young people Cristal Oxley · Jane Roberts · Sebastian Kraemer · Giles Armstrong · Giles Armstrong
    Child attachment and sensory regulation in psychiatric clinic-referred preschoolers: Aliya Mubarak · Chantal Cyr · Martin St-André · Daniel Paquette · Mutsuko Émond-Nakamura · Louise Boisjoly · Sylvain Palardy · Stéphanie Adin · Irena Stikarovska · Irena Stikarovska
    Diagnosing disruptive mood dysregulation disorder: Integrating semi-structured and unstructured interviews Emily A. McTate · Jarrod M. Leffler · Jarrod M. Leffler
    A critical analysis of Child and Adolescent Mental Health Services policy in England Jane Callaghan · Lisa Fellin · Fiona Warner-Gale · Fiona Warner-Gale
    A qualitative investigation of eating difficulties in adolescents with chronic fatigue syndrome/myalgic encephalomyelitis Sarah Harris · Matthew Gilbert · Lucy Beasant · Catherine Linney · Jessica Broughton · Esther Crawley · Esther Crawley
    Reflections on assessment, diagnosis and formulation: Rudi Dallos · Rudi Dallos
    Convergence between observations and interviews in clinical diagnosis of reactive attachment disorder and disinhibited social engagement disorder H.P. Giltaij · P.S. Sterkenburg · C. Schuengel · C. Schuengel
    Autism and reactive attachment/disinhibited social engagement disorders: Co-occurrence and differentiation: Susan Dickerson Mayes · Susan L. Calhoun · Daniel A. Waschbusch · Raman Baweja · Raman Baweja
    Disorders of sex development: Mothers experiences of support Clare Chivers · Jan Burns · Martha Deiros Collado · Martha Deiros Collado
    Feasibility and efficacy of an attachment-based intervention in a maltreatment sample in residential care: A pilot study Marta Casonato · Sarah Nazzari · Alessandra Frigerio · Alessandra Frigerio
    Toward an architecture of attachment disorganization: John Bowlbys published and unpublished reflections Judith Solomon · Judith Solomon · Robbie Duschinsky · Lianne Bakkum · C. Schuengel · C. Schuengel
    Associations between family and clinician ratings of child mental health: A study of UK CAMHS assessments and outcomes: Dion N Terrelonge · Andrew J. B. Fugard · Andrew J. B. Fugard
    Assessing attachment in school-aged children: Do the School-Age Assessment of Attachment and Family Drawings work together as complementary tools? Rebecca Carr-Hopkins · Calem De Burca · Felicity A Aldridge · Felicity A Aldridge
    Interpersonal rejection sensitivity mediates the associations between peer victimization and two high-risk outcomes Caitlin Williams · James Doorley · Christianne Esposito-Smythers · Christianne Esposito-Smythers
    Mother–child interactions in young children with excessive physical aggression and in typically developing young children Nadine Urbain-Gauthier · Jaqueline Wendland · Jaqueline Wendland
    Autism and attachment difficulties: overlap of symptoms, implications and innovative solutions Rebecca McKenzie · Rudi Dallos · Rudi Dallos
    How does video interaction guidance contribute to infant and parental mental health and well-being? Hilary Kennedy · Kevin Ball · Jane Barlow · Jane Barlow
    Adapting and developing a video-feedback intervention for co-parents of infants at risk of externalising behaviour problems (VIPP-Co): A feasibility study Jane Iles · Camilla Rosan · Esther L. Wilkinson · Paul Ramchandani · Paul Ramchandani
    Are mothers protective attachment strategies related to their childrens strategies?: Patricia M. Crittenden · Katrina Robson · Alison Tooby · Charles Fleming · Charles Fleming
    Young childrens experiences of participating in group treatment for children exposed to intimate partner violence: A qualitative study Karin Pernebo · Kjerstin Almqvist · Kjerstin Almqvist
    Children after adoption: Exploring their psychological needs Margaret DeJong · Jill Hodges · Osman Malik · Osman Malik
    A psychoanalytic child psychotherapy contribution to generic assessments Peta Mees · Peta Mees
    A qualitative analysis of implementing shared decision making in Child and Adolescent Mental Health Services in the United Kingdom: stages and facilitators Neus Abrines-Jaume · Neus Abrines-Jaume · Nick Midgley · Katy Hopkins · Jasmine Hoffman · Kate Martin · Duncan Law · Miranda Wolpert · Miranda Wolpert
    Understanding the concept of resilience in relation to looked after children: A Delphi survey of perceptions from education, social care and foster care: Rebecca South · F. W. Jones · Elaine Creith · Laura M. Simonds · Laura M. Simonds
    Examining experiences of transition, instability and coping for young offenders in the community: A qualitative analysis Rebecca A Heath · Helena Priest · Helena Priest · Helena Priest
    Psychological wellbeing and quality-of-life among siblings of paediatric CFS/ME patients: A mixed-methods study Sophie Velleman · Simon M Collin · Lucy Beasant · Esther Crawley · Esther Crawley
    Young people with features of gender dysphoria: Demographics and associated difficulties Vicky Holt · Elin Skagerberg · Michael Dunsford · Michael Dunsford
    Adverse effects of psychological therapy: An exploratory study of practitioners experiences from child and adolescent psychiatry Ulf Jonsson · Ulf Jonsson · Josefin Johanson · Elin Nilsson · Elin Nilsson · Frank Lindblad · Frank Lindblad
    Clinical competencies for the effective treatment of foster children Karen Zilberstein · Sally Popper · Sally Popper
    Psychodynamic psychotherapy with adolescents and young adults: Outcome in routine practice Julia Nemirovski Edlund · Gunnar Carlberg · Gunnar Carlberg
    A critical review of adolescent mindfulness-based programmes Lucy Tan · Lucy Tan
    Uncovering a clinical portrait of sluggish cognitive tempo within an evaluation for attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder: A case study Stephen P. Becker · Heather A. Ciesielski · Jennifer E. Rood · Tanya E. Froehlich · Annie A. Garner · Leanne Tamm · Jeffery N. Epstein · Jeffery N. Epstein
    Why are you here?Seeking childrens accounts of their presentation to Child and Adolescent Mental Health Service (CAMHS) Victoria Stafford · Ian Hutchby · Khalid Karim · Michelle O’Reilly · Michelle O’Reilly
    The effectiveness of psychosocial interventions for children with a psychiatric disorder and mild intellectual disability to borderline intellectual functioning: A systematic literature review and meta-analysis Lidwien Kok · Anne van der Waa · Helen Klip · Wouter G. Staal · Wouter G. Staal
    The transition into adoptive parenthood: Adoption as a process of continued unsafe uncertainty when family scripts collide Fiona Tasker · Sally Wood · Sally Wood
    Am I damaging my own family?: Relational changes between foster carers and their birth children Hayley Thompson · Susan McPherson · Louise Marsland · Louise Marsland
    An evaluation of the Parents Plus – Parenting When Separated programme Adele Keating · John Sharry · Michelle Murphy · Brendan Rooney · Alan Carr · Alan Carr
    Bangladeshi parental ethnotheories in the United Kingdom: Towards cultural collaborations in clinical practice Ruma Bose · Ruma Bose
    Enriching practice of dialectic behaviour therapy with the dynamic maturational model of attachment and adaptation Simon R. Wilkinson · Simon R. Wilkinson
    An evaluation of Neuro-Physiological Psychotherapy: An integrative therapeutic approach to working with adopted children who have experienced early life trauma Elaine McCullough · Susi Gordon-Jones · Jay Vaughan · Alan Burnell · Alan Burnell
    The relationship between child- and parent-reported shared decision making and child-, parent-, and clinician-reported treatment outcome in routinely collected child mental health services data Julian Edbrooke-Childs · Jenna Jacob · Rachel Argent · Praveetha Patalay · Jessica Deighton · Miranda Wolpert · Miranda Wolpert
    She was a foster mother who said she didnt give cuddles: The adverse early foster care experiences of children who later struggle with adoptive family life Sarah Meakings · Julie Selwyn · Julie Selwyn
    Horses for courses? A qualitative exploration of goals formulated in mental health settings by young people, parents, and clinicians Jenna Jacob · Julian Edbrooke-Childs · Simone Holley · Duncan Law · Miranda Wolpert · Miranda Wolpert
    Beyond awareness of difference and towards social action: Solidarity practice alongside young people: Taiwo Afuape · Taiwo Afuape
    The body comes to family therapy: Treatment of a school-aged boy with hyperventilation-induced non-epileptic seizures: Kasia Kozlowska · Kasia Kozlowska · Kasia Kozlowska · Catherine Chudleigh · Bronwen Elliott · Andrea Landini · Andrea Landini
    The developmental case for adopting children from care Michael Tarren-Sweeney · Michael Tarren-Sweeney
    Tribute to Prof David Lloyd Quinton, 8 February 1939–7 June 2016 Alan Rushton · Alan Rushton
    Why who we are makes a difference Philip Messent · Reenee Singh · Reenee Singh
    Clinical improvements in adopted children with fetal alcohol spectrum disorders through neurodevelopmentally informed clinical intervention: A pilot study Zohreh Zarnegar · Erin P. Hambrick · Bruce D. Perry · Stanley P. Azen · Cassandra Peterson · Cassandra Peterson
    Neuro-Physiological Psychotherapy (NPP): the development and application of an integrative, wrap-around service and treatment programme for maltreated children placed in adoptive and foster care placements Jay Vaughan · Elaine McCullough · Alan Burnell · Alan Burnell
    Supporting young people living with cancer to tell their stories in ways that make them stronger: The Beads of Life approach: Sara Portnoy · Isabella Girling · Glenda Fredman · Glenda Fredman
    We are dealing with it the best we can: Exploring parents attributions regarding their childs physical disability using the Four Ws framework Melissa Zschorn · Rosalyn Shute · Rosalyn Shute · Rosalyn Shute
    Ties of silence - Family lived experience of selective mutism in identical twins: Vårin Albrigtsen · Benedicte Eskeland · Magne Mæhle · Magne Mæhle
    The right location? Experiences of refugee adolescents seen by school-based mental health services Mina Fazel · Jo Garcia · Alan Stein · Alan Stein
    From referral to discharge: Young people and parents experience of a systemic paediatric psychology service Isabella Girling · Susie Colville · Mimi Borrelli · Nicola Bowman · Deborah Christie · Deborah Christie
    Soapbox: class matters in parenting interventions Karen Zilberstein · Karen Zilberstein
    Parents difficulties as co-therapists in CBT among non-responding youths with anxiety disorders: Parent and therapist experiences Irene Lundkvist-Houndoumadi · Mikael Thastum · Klaus Nielsen · Klaus Nielsen
    Book review: Social work with children and families: Getting into practice Maria Joy · Maria Joy
    Book review: The handbook of mindfulness: Theory, research, and practice Christina Feldman · Christina Feldman
    Becoming Invisible: The Effect of Triangulation on Childrens Well-Being Rudi Dallos · Katarzyna Lakus · Marie-Stephanie Cahart · Rebecca McKenzie · Rebecca McKenzie
    Associations between evidence-based practice and mental health outcomes in child and adolescent mental health services: Jessica Deighton · Rachel Argent · Davide De Francesco · Julian Edbrooke-Childs · Jenna Jacob · Isobel Fleming · Tamsin Ford · Miranda Wolpert · Miranda Wolpert
    Caregivers voices: The experiences of caregivers of children who sustained serious accidental and non-accidental head injury in early childhood: Julie Wharewera-Mika · Erana Cooper · Bridget Kool · Susana Pereira · Patrick Kelly · Patrick Kelly · Patrick Kelly

    Parent–youth informant disagreement: Implications for youth anxiety treatment
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