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Soy @ElChrisYanez y esto es Escuchando Adolescentes Podcast. EL espacio donde le doy voz a las inquietudes, dudas y problemas pero también a los sueños, metas y deseos de los adolescentes allá afuera. Exponemos los temas sin pena ni gloria para, poder darte consejos y herramientas para vivir tu vida al máximo como adolescente, como padre y como profe en esta etapa tan increíble.
 
With a strong clinical focus, The Lancet Child & Adolescent Health will be an independent journal with an international perspective. The monthly journal will present the most influential and innovative practice-changing original research, as well as authoritative reviews and insightful opinion pieces to promote the health of the whole child, from the fetal period through to young adulthood.
 
We focus on bridging the gap between rigorous research and best practice relating to children's mental health. We hold a body of knowledge and act as information hub for sharing best practice to benefit all of those who work with children. Visit our website (https://www.acamh.org/) for a host of free evidence-based mental health resources.
 
El programa audiovisual dels adolescents, de 13 a 18 anys. Els teus dols passen cada dia per iCat per parlar del que t'interessa: bulling, internet, parella, alimentaci, msica, amics... En Long Li Xue es posa al capdavant del programa que aquest any s 100% visual. L'acompanyen la Juliana Canet i en Joan Griv. De dilluns a dijous a les 22.00 al YouTube, el web i l'app d'iCat.
 
Con ABC del adolescente busco hablar de adolescente a adolescente, contar diferentes experiencias y como fueron resueltas para que te des cuenta de que no solo tu tienes estos problemas a demás de que siempre existe una solución. La razón de este podcast es apoyarte y que tengas una etapa plena, la adolescencia es cuando construyes tu carácter y quiero acompañarte para que logres construir un carácter seguro y honesto, .
 
Terrorizzanti, lunatici, scostanti, forse un po’ alieni: sono gli adolescenti, al centro di un mondo tutto loro che tutti, prima o poi, abbiamo abitato o abiteremo. Negli anni c’è chi li ha osservati, compresi, guidati. Furio Ravera, neuropsichiatra che ha dedicato la sua carriera al mondo giovanile, ne ha incontrati tantissimi, ha raccolto le loro storie in un libro, che oggi diventa una serie podcast, la prima a unire fiction e psicologia: la voce di Ravera ripercorre le vicende complesse ...
 
Historical perspectives, basic instructional techniques, approaches to problems in one's own instructional area, roles in and designs for a total school program, what research and authorities suggest, and consideration of contemporary issues and concerns. Prerequisite: Admission I. 435/635
 
RadioLacan.com es el sitio de audios y conferencias de la Asociación Mundial de Psicoanálisis.
 
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In this podcast, we talk to Lauren Cross about her research interests around mental health and wellbeing in schools and inequalities during childhood and adolescence, as well as her co-authored CAMH debate paper ‘Is There a True Global Children and Young People’s Mental Health Crisis Fact or Fiction’.…
 
¿Qué te hace dudar de ti? 🙄 ¿Quién te dijo que no podías? 🤔 Después de este podcast: Se van a tragar sus palabritas 😬 Quiobo! Christian Yañez aquí con otro episodio brutal. Hoy hablamos de la bendita autoestima. Cómo nos afecta cuando la traemos abajo y los chidísimos beneficios que vivimos al estar arriba. Si consideras que has estado batallando c…
 
¡¿Pensando en que si te falla el plan?! En qué va a ser de tu vida. En que si te rechaza tu crush. En que si eliges mal tu carrera? No… no… ¡estás perdiendo el tiempo! Te entiendo muy bien cuando te escucho o te leo preocupadx o con ansiedad y te puedo entender porque soy un EXPERTO en estar preocupado, jaja. Por eso hice este episodio, para darle …
 
The focus of this podcast is a themed review for the NIHR on the experience of children and young people caring for in mental health, learning disability and autism inpatient settings, produced by Candace Imison and Dr. Shaun Liverpool.The Association for Child and Adolescent Mental Health által
 
In this podcast, we talk to Dr. Melissa Mulraney, Senior Lecturer and co-leader of the Child Mental Health Research Centre at the Institute for Social Neuroscience in Melbourne, Australia, Honorary Research Fellow at the Murdoch Children’s Research Institute in the Department of Paediatrics at the University of Melbourne, and Associate Editor of CA…
 
¡Ya te vi que no puedes más con lo que estás cargando en la espalda! pero… Escapar de ello HOY, no hará que las cosas sean MEJOR mañana. Quédate al episodio completo… te voy a contar cómo librarla. Hoy hablamos de cómo decirle NO al suicidio, de no desistir, de seguir adelante y de lo importante que eres... ¡Nos vemos acá adentro! Support the show …
 
In this podcast we hear from clinical psychologist Professor Tim Dalgleish, director of the Cambridge Centre for Affective Disorders and Programme Leader at the Medical Research Council Cognition and Brain Sciences Unit at the University of Cambridge. The focus is on the JCPP paper 'The early course and treatment of posttraumatic stress disorder in…
 
¿Cuándo fue la última vez que te sentiste parte de algo o de alguien genuinamente?¿Cuántas veces has sentido ganas de salir corriendo a algún lugar donde sí te entiendan y acepten como eres HOY? ¡PUBERTXS! Este episodio aborda el tema de búsqueda de identidad y tratamos de responder la pregunta: ¿cómo encontrar mi identidad, sin perder el camino? S…
 
In this podcast we talk to Dr. Ayten Bilgin about her JCPP Advances paper ‘Changes in emotional problems, hyperactivity and conduct problems in moderate to late preterm children and adolescents born between 1958 and 2002 in the United Kingdom’, (https://doi.org/10.1111/jcv2.12018). Dr. Ayten Bilgin is a lecturer in psychology at the University of K…
 
En este episodio hablamos de BULLYING. Platicamos de una historia real que alguien vivió al ser llamado ISIS durante toda su secundaria y prepa. También te hablo de los tipos de bullying, cómo identificarlos y a quién pedir ayuda si sufres de bullying. Aproveché este episodio para mandar un breve mensaje a esos papás y maestros que no se dan cuenta…
 
In this podcast we talk to Dr. Lynnea Myers about her JCPP Advances paper on Behavioural and Biological Divergence in Monozygotic Twin Pairs Discordant for Autism Phenotypes (https://doi.org/10.1111/jcv2.12017). Dr. Myers is an Associate Professor of Nursing at Gustavus Adolphus College in Minnesota. She has a double PhD in Nursing Science and Deve…
 
In this podcast we talk to Dr. Hannah Hobson, Lecturer in Psychology and Researcher at York University, and head of the Emerald Lab (Emotional and Mental Health Research in Autism and Language Disorders). Hannah discusses language and communication problems especially their relation to non-language difficulties including social and emotional proble…
 
In this podcast we talk to Dr. Polly Waite, Associate Professor of Clinical Psychology at the University of Oxford and at the University of Reading. Polly discusses her research on anxiety in adolescents, the Co-Space study on how families are coping during the COVID-19 pandemic, and her recent JCCP Advances paper 'How did mental health symptoms of…
 
In this podcast we talk to Dr. Yasmin Ahmadzadeh, post-doctoral research associate at the Institute of Psychiatry, Psychology and Neuroscience, King's College, London. We hear how Yasmin helped to set up the Twins Early Development Study, CoTEDS, her research on genetically informed methods to examine the intergenerational transmission of psychopat…
 
In this podcast, we talk to our CAMH Editor in Chief, Honorary Professor Dr. Bernadka Dubicka. Bernadka discusses her achievements at the Child and Adolescent Faculty at the Royal College of Psychiatrists, from which she has recently departed, together with the recent Honorary Professor role from the University of Manchester. Bernadka explains what…
 
In this podcast we speak to Dr. Gemma Knowles, Research Associate of the Social Epidemiology Research Group at King's College, London, and part of the REACH Project. REACH stands for Resilience, Ethnicity and Adolescent Mental Health. REACH is a study of adolescent mental health based in inner-city London, working with a group of just over 4,000 yo…
 
This podcast, with Dr. Alice Jones Bartoli, focuses on school behaviour difficulties, school based interventions and inclusive education. Alice is a Reader in Psychology and Director of the Unit of School and Family Studies at Goldsmiths, University of London, and Editor in Chief of the British Journal of Educational Psychology. Alice’s work uses i…
 
Dr. Sandra Thijssen begins with a brief overview of how the frontoamygdalar brain circuitry functions and its role in emotional regulation. She then discusses the research and findings from her paper published in the JCPP ‘The longitudinal association between externalizing behavior and frontoamygdalar resting-state functional connectivity in late a…
 
This episode of our JCPP Advances series that focus on the papers and editors featured in the publication is with Dr. Nicola Wright, research associate at the department of Biostatistics and Health Informatics, Kings College London. Nicola discusses her paper 'Interplay between long-term vulnerability and new risk: Young adolescent and maternal men…
 
In this podcast we talk to Dr. Stephanie Lewis, Clinical Lecturer in Child and Adolescent Psychiatry at the Institute of Psychiatry, Psychology and Neuroscience (IoPPN), King’s College London. The main conversation is around complex trauma and Stephanie’s paper that was recently published in the British Journal of Psychiatry, ‘Unravelling the contr…
 
We were honoured to spend some time talking to Professor Jess Deighton, Professor of Child Mental Health and Wellbeing at University College London and Director of the Evidence Based Practice Unit at the Anna Freud National Centre for Children and Families, about the role schools play in mental health, and on school-based interventions. Jess talks …
 
In this podcast we talk to Professor Edmund Sonuga-Barke, Professor of Developmental Psychology, Psychiatry and Neuroscience at King’s College London, and Editor in Chief of the Journal of Child Psychology and Psychiatry (JCPP). Edmund talks us through the purpose of his latest JCPP editorial ‘No pain – No gain’ – Towards the inclusion of mental he…
 
In this podcast we speak to Professor Henrik Larsson, Professor of Psychiatric Epidemiology at Orebro University and Karolinska Institute in Sweden, and Editor in Chief of ACAMH's new journal, JCPP Advances. Henrik talks about his vast experience in authoring, and peer-reviewing papers, what he will bring to the role of Editor in Chief of JCCP Adva…
 
In this podcast we speak to the head of The Centre for Attention Learning and Memory (CALM) Dr. Joni Holmes, at the MRC Cognition and Brain Sciences Unit, at the University of Cambridge. Joni discusses the main aims of CALM, the research they have conducted, and the implications for identifying children’s mental health needs. Joni draws attention t…
 
We are delighted to have the opportunity to talk to Professor Sally Merry, the Cure Kids Duke Family Chair in Child and Adolescent Mental Health, and the Head of the Department of Psychological Medicine, University of Auckland, New Zealand. We talk to Sally about her key research focus which is on e- therapies, and in-depth about the award-winning …
 
The third in our JCPP Advances podcast series that focus on the papers and editors featured in the publication is with Dolapo Adegboye, research associate in the Neurodevelopment Assessment Unit (NDAU) at Cardiff University. Dolapo discusses her paper ‘Understanding why the COVID‐19 pandemic‐related lockdown increases mental health difficulties in …
 
The second in our JCPP Advances podcast series that focus on the papers and editors featured in the publication is with Dr. Tanya Poulain and Dr. Mandy Vogel of Leipzig University Hospital for Children & Adolescents. Tanya and Mandy discuss their paper 'Well‐being and COVID‐19‐related worries of German children and adolescents: A longitudinal study…
 
With the launch of our third journal, JCPP Advances, we're bringing you a series of podcast that focus on the papers and editors featured in the publication. In this podcast we speak to Dr. Bianca Arrhenius, medical doctor from Helsinki, Finland, and PhD student at the University of Turku, who is lead author on the paper 'Relative Age and Specific …
 
We are proud to bring you the third podcast in our series that focuses on Tourettes Syndrome. Dr. Seonaid Anderson will be talking to leading players in the field, rising stars of research, clinicians, and experts by experience. In this podcast we speak to Dr. Tammy Hedderly, Consultant Paediatric Neurologist established and leads the Tics and Neur…
 
In this podcast we speak to Blandine French, ESRC DTC PhD student at The Institute of Mental Health Nottingham, looking into the awareness of ADHD in primary care. Blandine was also nominated for the 2020 ACAMH Awards Trainee of the Year. In this fascinating interview Blandine discusses her research on understanding GPs awareness of developmental d…
 
We are delighted to have had the opportunity to speak to clinical psychologist Professor Mark Dadds, Director of the Child Behaviour Research Clinic at the University of Sydney, and winner of the 2020 ACAMH Eric Taylor Translation or Research into Practice Award. It is the translation of research into practice that forms the main part of this inter…
 
In this podcast we talk to Professor Eva Lloyd OBE, Professor of Early Childhood in the School of Education and Communities at UEL. Eva is also Director of The International Centre for the Study of the Mixed Economy of Childcare (ICMEC). Eva discusses social exclusion and child poverty, what looks and feels like for those who are in it. Why early y…
 
In this podcast we talk to Professor Anita Thapar, Professor, Division of Psychological Medicine and Clinical Neurosciences, Cardiff University. A researcher and a clinician, Anita is also on the board of the UK national neurodiversity charity ADHD Foundation. Anita talks about the relationship between disorders, such as, ADHD and autism, the eleva…
 
In this podcast we talk to postdoctoral research fellow Gail Alvares, of the Telethon Kids Institute, Perth, Australia. Gail begins by discussing her recent JCPP paper 'Investigating associations between birth order and autism diagnostic phenotypes’. She then talks about her upcoming research projects including the intolerance of uncertainty for in…
 
In this podcast we talk to Professor Cathryn Lewis, Professor of Genetic Epidemiology & Statistics, Head of Department, Social, Genetic & Developmental Psychiatry Centre, King's College London. Cathryn discusses the work of her research group and how determining the polygenic component of mental health disorders can be accurately measured, and how …
 
In this podcast we talk to Developmental Cognitive Scientist Professor Liz Pellicano, Professor in the Macquarie School of Education at Macquarie University, Sydney, Australia. Liz raises concerns that too much research done in the name of society fails to be of direct use to society. She talks about her committed to transforming autism science to …
 
In this podcast we talk to Dr. Carlos Hoyos, consultant child and adolescent psychiatrist at Southern Health NHS Foundation Trust, undergraduate lead for psychiatry at the University of Southampton and ACAMH's 2020 winner of the David Cottrill Education of CAMH Professionals Award. He explains his innovative and creative approaches to enhance and d…
 
In this podcast, Dr. Sarah Parry, Clinical Psychologist, researcher at Manchester Metropolitan University, discusses what the term hearing voices means, its prevalence, and its manifestations in childhood and adolescence. This fascinating topic has a dearth of research, and Sarah talks about two of her recent papers, one of which will be discussed …
 
In this podcast, Zoe Smith, recent ACAMH awards 2020 Winner (Research) Trainee of the Year, talks about sluggish cognitive tempo, ADHD and academic motivation. Zoe tells us how she educates families about the failure cycle, and how they can find solutions for their children with ADHD. Zoe also talks about school-based ADHD interventions, and the im…
 
In this podcast, Dr. Praveetha Patalay, Associate Professor for Institute of Education (IOE) at University College London, discusses data sets, the difference between mental health and mental health well-being and school-based interventions. Praveetha also talks about her recent JCPP paper on ‘Prescribing measures: unintended negative consequences …
 
In this podcast, Dr. Aisha Sanober Chachar, recent ACAMH Awards 2020 Winner (Clinical) Trainee of the Year, talks about the many different roles a CAMH professional has, be it researcher, clinician, carer, and even storyteller. Aisha talks about the global dearth in CAMH specialists and the impact for mental well-being of young people, and how to e…
 
In this podcast, Dr. Rhonda Boyd, associate professor at the University of Pennsylvania and psychologist at the Children's Hospital of Philadelphia, talks depression, suicide and culturally appropriate interventions. Rhonda highlights the growing issue of depression and suicide for youth and discusses the most effective interventions for treatment.…
 
In this podcast, Professor Nick Allen, Director of the Centre for Digital Mental Health at the Department of Psychology at the University of Oregon, talks about developmental transitions from childhood to adolescence. Nick discusses the types of mental health problems that commonly emerge during or after this period, and details so of the interesti…
 
In this podcast Tochukwu Nweze, lecturer in the Department of Psychology, University of Nigeria, Nsukka and, PhD student in MRC Cognition and Brain Sciences Unit, University of Cambridge talks about his recent paper on parentally deprived Nigerian children having enhanced working memory ability (read the research digest of the paper), how important…
 
Professor Emily Jones of the Centre for Brain and Cognitive Development at Birkbeck University of London talks neurodevelopment, attention training and intervention. Emily talks about her research around understanding cognitive and neural mechanisms that drive variability in the early development of core skills, why early development is highly impo…
 
In a special episode of our In Conversation series, we hear from Dr. Faith Orchard about her recent paper, co-author by Prof. Alice M. Gregory, Prof. Michael Gradisar, and Dr. Shirley Reynolds, titled Self-Reported Sleep Patterns and Quality amongst Adolescents, Cross-Sectional and Prospective Associations with Anxiety and Depression. The paper is …
 
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