9th July, 2015

Young people should be allowed to stay in care until they reach the age of 25, the Children's Commissioner for England Anne Longfield announced yesterday.The call for support to be extended comes... More

9th July, 2015

Baby charity Tommy's has launched a new campaign this month to raise awareness of antenatal depression and anxiety which is believed to affect 1 in 10 pregnant women.With around 10 to 15 per... More

6th July, 2015

The first event in the ACP's new Talking Series, the brainchild of Media and Communications Lead Alison Roy, took place in London on 24 June.A group of adopted young people met... More

30th June, 2015

A new parenting app, which has been endorsed by a host of professional bodies and organisations including the Department of Health and the Royal College of Paediatrics and Child Health,... More

29th June, 2015

The ACP's Training Council is extending the deadline for its survey of members about proposals to draft core competencies for child and adolescent psychotherapy.You can read the full... More

17th June, 2015

The number of recorded sexual offences against children in England and Wales has risen by a third, the NSPCC says. There were 31,000 offences recorded in the year up to April 2014, up 8,500 on... More

9th June, 2015

Child psychotherapist Tess Bailey-Sayer is the latest ACP member to contribute her expert opinion to a real life scenario published in the Guardian's weekly Problem Solved page.She offers... More

2nd June, 2015

UNITE members are advised that a People's Assembly demonstration to 'End Austerity Now' will be taking place in London on Saturday 20 June.With 80 per cent of austerity measures... More

25th May, 2015

The Executive Committee, as required by the Professional Standards Authority, looked at our risk matrix (ie any risks that we could identify that might have an impact on our capacity to protect the... More

19th May, 2015

This month ACP member and child psychotherapist Rachel Goldin has been interviewed by the BBC about how parents and family members should deal with teenagers as they approach the exam... More


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