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7th January, 2016

Child psychotherapsists Sophie Boswell and Lynne Cudmore wrote an article on adoption for the GuardianAs two child psychotherapists working in a social work team, they became concerned... More

7th January, 2016

New figures released by counselling service ChildLine show low self-esteem to be among the most prevalent problems reported by today's young people.The charity, which is marking its 30th... More

6th January, 2016

The ACP’s register has been accredited by the Professional Standards Authority under its Accredited Registers programme.The programme was set up to provide assurance on the standards of... More

6th January, 2016

ACP Media and Comms Lead Alison Roy gave the last media interview of 2015 offering her expert advice to a real life scenario published in the Guardian's Problem Solved column.In it a reader ... More

22nd December, 2015

The ACP would like to wish all its members a very happy Christmas and a prosperous new year. Thank you to everyone who has supported the ACP throughout 2015 with their time and professional expertise... More

17th December, 2015

The chair of the education select committee is calling for agencies supporting children in care to improve joint working to better meet their mental health needs.In an interview with Children and... More

17th December, 2015

Child and adolescent psychotherapist Philipa Boulter has been interviewed for the latest real life scenario published on the Guardian's Problem Solved page.A concerned father writes in... More

15th December, 2015

Child psychotherapists have been involved in the relaunch of a cross-party manifesto that highlights the importance of acting early to enhance outcomes for children.The 1001 Critical Days... More

8th December, 2015

A quarter of deaths of new mothers can be attributed to mental health problems, according to research published today.The report, Saving lives, Improving Mothers' Care, compiled by research... More

8th December, 2015

The Department for Education has announced a new £1.5million initiative to boost support for children with mental health problems.More than 250 schools will trial the scheme which will see a... More

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