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The stress of juggling different aspects of life can be relieved through the use of avoidance strategies.
People suffering from depression tend to set themselves more generalised personal targets than those who do not experience the condition.
This event has been cancelled.  A multi-perspective approach to understanding the experiences of minority trainees. 
A full-day CPD event incorporating the Division of Clinical Psychology's East of England Branch AGM. 
Young people often turn to social networking sites in order to reach out when they are feeling depressed.
An autistic child's struggles to socialise may be linked to a lack of motor skills.
Monday’s edition of Panorama looked at concerns that some widely prescribed antidepressants can double the risk of a child being born with a heart defect.
Using antidepressants during pregnancy may not be worth the risk for mothers experiencing mild to moderate depression, it has been suggested.
A new pilot scheme has been launched to reduce the number of instances where people with mental health problems are detained in the wrong environment.
Following the failure of Ian Brady's bid to be transferred from a psychiatric hospital back to prison, Professor Peter Kinderman - Director of the University of Liverpool’s Institute of Psychology, Health & Society and a former chair of o
Children with mothers who did not complete high school are twice as likely to experience depression in early adulthood as those born to women who obtained a high school diploma.
Bullying among young people has been identified as a public health problem by an expert panel.
The MindEd consortium is looking for psychologists to write posts on child and adolescent mental health for t
Conducted in Germany, a new study pitched undergraduate psychology students, postgraduate clinical psychology trainees and experienced psychological therapists against each other on tests of psychological knowledge and skills.
Newly-released figures have highlighted the prevalence of mild mental illness among people living in the UK.
Use of face-down restraint in mental health hospitals in England could soon be banned.
Today (Friday 21 June) is the final day to apply to be part of the team writing and editing content for the MindEd mental health and healthy school child projects.
Due to unforseen circumstances this event has unfortunately been cancelled.  A rare opportunity to work with trainers with both personal and p
A rare opportunity to work with trainers with both personal and professional experience, awareness and skills in the understanding and treatment of complex trauma. Details Provisional timings 09:30-16:30
The LIFEMATTERS HP-V program is a set of tools to help healthcare professionals in training and in practice learn how to enhance wellbeing and self-care.  Details Provisional timetable
Children of preschool age who have been neglected or emotionally abused require early intervention to reduce the likelihood of them experiencing mental health problems further down the line.
Our Division of Educational and Child Psychology (DECP) held a meeting at the House of Commons this week on the issues surrounding the fifth edition of the American Psychiatric Association’s Diagnostic and Statistical Manual (DSM-5).
The number of patients participating in clinical trials in England has trebled in five years, a new study has revealed.
At least half of patients diagnosed with posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD) also suffer from depression.
Adults who do not have any obvious symptoms of depression should not have routine screening for the condition.
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