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Free online resources on young people and mental health

10 October 2018

Wiley, the Society’s journal-publishing partners, have made a large collection of articles available free online to mark World Mental Health Day.

Drawn from across Wiley’s psychology, neuroscience and psychiatry journals, they are grouped under these headings:

  • Caregivers
  • Diagnosis and predictors
  • Intervention
  • Living with mental health conditions
  • Resarch
  • Risk Factors
  • Symptoms
  • Treatment and recovery
  • Wellbeing
  • Other

Kathryn Scott, Director of Policy and Communications at the British Psychological Society, says on Wiley’s website

“There is an unprecedented crisis in young people’s mental health today. More than half of children are not getting the help they need from a mental health professional.

It’s vital children and young people get support from trained professionals early, as soon as they need help.

The British Psychological Society knows early intervention and prevention makes a difference. It’s the best way to stop mental health issues from escalating into more serious conditions that can last a lifetime.”

Access these papers via the Wiley website


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