The Journal of Child Psychotherapy, publishes an update of the 2011 review of the evidence base for psychodynamic therapy with children and adolescents

Update on the evidence-base for psychodynamic child psychotherapy

We are delighted to announce that The Journal of Child Psychotherapy has just published, online, an update of ACP member, Nick Midgley and Eilis Kennedy's 2011 review of the evidence base for psychodynamic therapy with children and adolescents.

The new paper,"Psychodynamic psychotherapy for children and adolescents: an updated narrative review of the evidence-base", written by Midgley, O'Keefe, French and Kennedy, covers 23 new studies published between 2011 and 2016, adding to the growing evidence for the effectiveness of child psychotherapy. The printed version of the paper will be included in an issue of the Journal of Child Psychotherapy later in the year. Members can access the paper in the journal link on our website. For those who aren't members who would like to purchase the paper it is available here.