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6th December, 2015

Following on from a recent post where a young woman, NRM shared one of her strategies about how to overcome anxiety, a 17 year old young woman has responded by talking about... More

3rd December, 2015

ACP Media and Comms Lead Alison Roy has been interviewed for an article in the Sunday Express about how to talk to children about terrorist attacks.It follows reports by the newspaper that... More

2nd December, 2015

ACP Chair Heather Stewart attended the All Party Parliamentary Group for Children (APPGC) on Monday 23 November. This APPGC provided an opportunity to meet with the Children’s... More

26th November, 2015

Chancellor George Osborne announced an additional £600m funding for mental health in his Spending Review yesterday pledging that by 2020 more people will have access to talking therapies,... More

26th November, 2015

NICE has published the final guideline on Children's attachment on its website along with the supporting evidence as well as the stakeholder comments - including those from the ACP - that were... More

26th November, 2015

Patients who receive couple therapy for depression and other non-CBT psychological therapies are much more likely to recover than if they receive CBT, according to new official statistics.In the... More

25th November, 2015

ACP UNITE representative: expressions of interest Margaret Smallbone is standing down from her role as one of two ACP co-representatives who sit on the Applied Psychology Organising Professional... More

25th November, 2015

Children's commissioner Anne Longfield has commissioned a study which highlights how 85% of child sexual abuse goes unreported. Around 50,000 cases were recorded from April 2012 to... More

24th November, 2015

Alzheimer's Research UK has launched a new website to help young people better understand dementia after a recent poll revealed that nearly three in ten parents in the UK said ... More

18th November, 2015

A comprehensive review into children's residential care has been announced by the Government in a bid to find out what works best to improve outcomes.Headed up by Sir Martin Narey, former CEO of... More

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