Children and Adolescent Mental Health Services (CAMHS)
Children and Adolecent Mental Health Services (CAMHS) are the NHS provided services for children and teenagers who may have emotional, behavioural, or mental health difficulties. This can include things such as anxiety, depression, eating disorders, self-harm and suicidal idealisation as well as other difficulties.
In this topic guide you are able to access key texts available in print or electronically within UHD/DHUFT, useful websites, and links to relevant journals. Please note that you may need to logon using your OpenAthens password to access many of these resources.
Articles In Our Latest Bulletin
“Autistic young people’s experiences of remote psychological interventions during COVID-19”
“Decoding anxiety–impulsivity subtypes in preadolescent internalising disorders: findings from the Adolescent Brain Cognitive Development study”
“Understanding maladaptive exercise in adolescence: who is at risk and why?”
“Psychiatric disorders in paediatric-onset immune-mediated inflammatory diseases: a nationwide Danish study”