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The shift in mental health policies away from hospital-based care makes family caregivers essential in helping people with severe mental health problems to live in the community, but the role is often challenging and has a huge impact on the caregiver's own life.
In his editorial for the new issue of ECAP, Paul G. Ramchandani (Imperial College London, UK) overviews the broader concern for the mental health of children and adolescents across the globe. Referring to the papers in this December issue of the official ESCAP journal, Ramchandani touches the young refugee crisis in Europe, and:
The blurred boundaries between perinatal psychiatry and early child psychiatry.
Risks for mental illness in children and adolescents (biological, famil, school and the wider environment, societal violence, maltreatment, poverty and inequality).
Child labour in low- and middle-income countries and the increased risk of internalising problems and, for younger children, the risk of psychopathology.
Ramchandani urges to carefully consider the factors which can have a detrimental effect on children's mental health, "if we are aiming to reduce the burden of child and adolescent mental illness in the years ahead.”
According to the Anxiety Disorders Association of America, approximately one half of all adults with ADHD also suffer with an anxiety disorder. We all feel stress or are nervous at some time but an anxiety disorder significantly impacts your life.
New research from the Royal College of Psychiatrists shows there are huge differences in CCG spending across the country. Our online tool can help you find out how much is spent on child and adolescent mental health services in your region.
When a large group of children with aggressive behavior experienced devastating tornadoes, many of those with higher anxiety showed greater resilience, according to a study published online in the Journal of Clinical Child & Adolescent...
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