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NHS England is taking urgent action to improve access to specialised inpatient mental health services for children and young people after publishing a “frank and honest” report on cu
CPD Workshop including the Pre-Qualification Group AGMby Steve KillickTime:Registration will commence from 9.30am, closing no later than 4.30pmLunch: 2.30-13.3
On our Research Digest, guest blogger James Coyne finds that the answer to the question of whether treating depression also treats suicida
The quality of care offered to new mothers with mental health issues by the NHS has been criticised.
How people react to stressors has a stronger influence on people's ability to sleep than the number of factors that are causing the stress, a new study has concluded.
Faculty of Psychosis & Complex Mental Health - Family Intervention Network event Extraordinary demands in ordinary services: Establishing Family Intervention fo
Faculty of Psychosis & Complex Mental Health - CMHT Network eventDeveloping Psychological Mindedness in MDTs (Part 2):Skills Development Workshop
9.30am Registration, 10.00am start closing at 4.30pm 
Parents who have one child with an autism spectrum disorder (ASD) are less likely to go on to reproduce again, according to a new study.
Dr Stephanie Petty from the Retreat in York has received the inaugural Una Holden Award at the annual conference of our Faculty for the Psychology of Older People (FPOP) in Shrewsbury today.
Pop music is being used as part of a memory game in a bid to better understand how it can stick in the mind, even years after being released.
A group of mental health experts has spoken out against a new project that aims to test the efficacy of treating depression with a combination of electroconvulsive therapy (ECT) and the drug ketamine.
The Annual Conference of the Faculty of the Psychology of Older People (FPOP), part of our Division of Clinical Psychology, takes place in Shrewsbury tomorrow (25 June) and Thursday.
The winners of the All in the Mind Awards will be revealed this evening at 9pm. The awards are being made to mark the 25th anniversary of this BBC Radio 4 programme.
The rise of cognitive-behaviooural therapy (CBT) has been welcomed by many as safe, effective alternative to drug treatments for mental illness.
Talking therapies services are so overstretched they are ‘bursting at the seams’, with GPs turning to prescribe more antidepressants to combat the long waiting times, the medical magazine
Patients who are treated in intensive care units often experience hallucinations and delusions and can be more troubled by memories of them than by memories of real events.
A charity has criticised reductions in funding for adolescent mental health services across the UK, saying it will lead to more problems in the long run.
Carers overestimate the anxiety levels of the stroke survivors they care for.
Mental health patients may be more likely to commit suicide when they are receiving home-based care than they would be if they were hospital inpatients, according to a new
A breakfast roundtable event at the House of Commons has called for greater public and professional awareness of the condition prosopagnosia, also known as face blindness.
Teachers are being issued with new guidance to help them spot pupils with mental health issues in a bid to prevent such youngsters being labelled as badly behaved.
Recent figures from the Royal College of Psychiatrists show that a growing number of students are seeking help from their university counselling service.
Children could be facing mental health problems because they spend too much time on the internet, according to a new report
How strict parents are with their children could affect whether or not the youngsters are likely to dabble in alcohol, drugs and tobacco, according to new research.
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