Addiction psychiatry 'in meltdown' and could cease to exist in ten years
Study: Antipsychotics mainly reduce symptoms for which prescribed, but quality of life mainly decreases
Waiting times reduce for CAMHS eating disorder services – but only if a referral is accepted
'Vicious circle of trauma' created by restrictive interventions in schools, says Centre for Mental Health evidence review
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Male mental health undermined by friends' 'desire to advise'
Royal College of Psychiatrists wins diversity award
A criminal-justice response to drug addiction is counterproductive, says Scotland's MPs
NHS trials art, dance, and music therapy for largest study of its kind
NHS Long Term Plan 'too generic' to work effectively for LGBTQI+ people
Children fear addiction to online gaming and the gambling-like behaviour it encourages
Anne Longfield, the Children’s Commissioner for England, has published a report today which looks at the experiences of children who play games online. With 93% of children in the UK playing video games, Longfield is calling for new rules to tighten up gambling laws and to address the worries children have expressed about how they feel out of control of their spending on online games.