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Information in this site comes from
a review of the evidence 2006. A new review is expected in 2011- we will update it when this is out.
About this site

Go to: CAMHS EBPU

  • For more information
  • For free copies of the booklet Choosing What’s Best for You
  • For free copies of Drawing on the Evidence

 

We are interested in your feedback – let us know how future versions of this web site might be improved

go to our survey or email us on our address: ebpu@annafreud.org

 

This site is based on

Drawing on the Evidence. Advice for mental health professionals working with children and adolescents (Second Edition, 2006, CAMHS Publications) by Miranda Wolpert, Peter Fuggle, David Cottrell, Peter Fonagy, Jeanette Philips, Steven Pilling, Samuel Stein and Mary Target.

 

Free copies of Drawing on the Evidence can be downloaded from CAMHS EBPU.

 

For more information

What Works for Whom? A critical review of treatments for children and adolescents (Guilford Press 2003) Peter Fonagy, Mary Target, David Cottrell, Jeanette Phillips and Zarrina Kurtz.

 

Thanks

Thanks to all those who offered advice and comments. In particular: the 64 young people and their helpers who attended the YoungMinds East Midlands Children and Young People’s Conference (March 2007); members of the YoungMinds HealthyHeads and VIK children and young people’s panel; Sir Michael Rutter, Dr Michael Clark; Sir Iain Chalmers, Sir Muir Gray; Hamish Chalmers; Professor Eric Taylor; Professor Peter Fonagy; Ottilie Dugmore of QINMAC and the psychologists of Bedfordshire and Luton.

 

Thanks to the National CAMHS Support Service and YoungMinds who paid for copies of the booklet Choosing What’s Best for You to be printed.

 

Who wrote the information on this web site 

 

Miranda Wolpert, Director, CAMHS Evidence-Based Practice Unit, University College London & Anna Freud Centre


Robert Goodman, Professor of Brain and Behavioural Medicine, Kings College London, institute of Psychiatry


Carla Raby, Young Peoples’ Participation Manager, YoungMinds


David Cottrell, Professor of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry, University of Leeds


Paula Lavis, Knowledge and Information lead, CAMHS Evidence-Based Practice Unit, University College London & Anna Freud Centre


Jonathan Bureau, Team Co-ordinator, CAMHS Evidence-Based Practice Unit, University College London & Anna Freud Centre


Steve Kingsbury, Consultant in Child, Adolescent and Family Psychiatry, Hertfordshire


David Trickey, Consultant Child Psychologist, Leicester Royal Infirmary


Samuel Stein, Consultant in Child, Adolescent and Family Psychiatry, Bedfordshire and Luton Mental Health and Social Care Partnership


Nisha Dogra, Senior Lecturer in Child and Adolescent Psychiatry, Leicester University


Jeanette Philips, Consultant Child and Adolescent Psychiatrist, Kent and Medway NHS and Social Care Partnership Trust


Barbara Herts, Director, YoungMinds

 

Dinah Morley, independent child mental health consultant


Kathryn Pugh, Head of Policy and Innovation, YoungMinds


Cathy Street, independent child mental health researcher


Peter Fuggle, Consultant Clinical Psychologist, Islington Primary Care Trust

 

David Goodban, National CAMHS Support Service


Ann York, Consultant Child and Adolescent Psychiatrist, Richmond and Senior Adviser of Child and Adolescent Mental Health, Department of Health

 

Dawn Rees, National CAMHS Implementation Lead, National CAMHS Support Service

Remember!
  • How well you get on with the person trying to help you is likely to be important – let them know what you find helpful and unhelpful.
  • There are things for and against all types of help and they all mean you doing something new – ask about what is involved.
  • Knowledge is power