With children in mind: current research and policy developments on mental health and young people

With children in mind: current research and policy developments on mental health and young people

This special issue is coverage of the promotion of mental health and emotional well being and the prevention of mental ill health and crises in children and young people. This includes discussion of the role of parents, carers, teachers and health care staff in the promotion of good mental health, including resilience and well-being.


A review of school approaches to increasing pupil resilience,Are the early benefits of the Adoption Support Fund (therapeutic support for adoptive families) sustainable?,Evaluating the peer education project in secondary schools,More than just characters in a story: effective and meaningful involvement of young people in mental health research,Overthinkers, attention-seekers and wallflowers: peer perceptions of clinical anxiety disorders in adolescence,Predictors of loneliness among the left-behind children of migrant workers in Indonesia,Promoting adolescents’ mental health and wellbeing: evidence synthesis,Providing support and therapy for victims and survivors of child sexual exploitation,Suicide in young people,Supporting the mental health needs of young people: the spatial practices of school nurses.,With children in mind

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