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Creating mental health crisis support plans for schoolchildren
Crisis support plans can prove useful in supporting schoolchildren to recognise and then plan for experiences or feelings that some are likely to already be finding to be regular and overwhelming occurrences. In this article Ann-Marie D'Arcy Sharpe, who lives with a mood disorder diagnosis, describes how she supports herself now and how it informs the ways she wishes she was supported during school. This article is aimed at teachers looking for support around how to shape their lessons.
An anti-glossary for school mental health lessons
Technology will revolutionise mental health care - but only if we put people at the centre
Claudia Martinez is Research Manager at independent public services think tank, Reform. She recently authored a paper on the potential of data-driven technology for mental healthcare. In this article for Mental Health Today, she discusses how different digital technologies could revolutionise mental health care if executed in an ethical and person-centred way.
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The DSM and the ICD: do “equivalent” diagnoses between manuals exist?
Today, the two most widely established systems of psychiatric classification are the Diagnostic and Statistical Manuel of Mental Disorders (DSM) and the International Classification for Diseases (ICD). Despite each being as widely used as the other, the ICD and the DSM conceptualise and classify mental disorders in different ways.