Why the Crisis House model can improve outcomes and reduce lengthy inpatient admissions03 April 2023
The beginning of it all: Melanie Klein’s perspective on child development01 March 2022
Beginnings are always a great cause for anxiety. More than half a century since her death, Melanie Klein’s thought, such as object relation theory, still permeates modern understanding of developmental psychology. In this article, we explore part of her contribution to theory on infant psychology and in particular to the vast unknown of the preverbal experience – with an eye to its potential ongoing resonance into adulthood.
Mental health professionals can benefit from knowledge of gaming and gambling29 October 2021
Gaming is known to improve mental health, as well as be a symptom of negative wellbeing. Dr Sarah Hodge, senior cyberpsychologist at Bournemouth University, introduces the Mindful Resilience Programme created to support and equip mental health practitioners with the skills to better understand the role of gaming in the lives of children.
St John Ambulance: How you can support young people’s mental health12 October 2021
Perinatal services need to better acknowledge the loss, trauma, and grief of miscarriages27 September 2021
Lived experience: Thousands of couples experience the loss of an unborn baby every year, however, many fall through the gaps in available mental health support. An expansion of perinatal mental health services, "shouldn’t just be for parents who enjoy a successful pregnancy. It should be available to the tens of thousands of women and men who go through the trauma and sadness of a miscarriage."