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  • Effectiveness of current psychological interventions to improve emotion regulation in youth: a meta-analysis

    Most emotion regulation (ER) research has neglected young people, therefore the present meta-analysis summarizes the evidence for existing psychosocial intervention and their effectiveness to improve ER in youth. Authors: Moltrecht, B., Edbrooke-Childs, J., Deighton, J., Patalay, P. (2020).

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  • Affect-focused psychodynamic internet-based therapy for adolescent depression: randomised controlled trial

    This trial examines whether affect-focused internet-based psychodynamic therapy with therapist support is more effective than an internet-based supportive control condition on reducing depression in adolescents. Authors: Lindqvist, K., Mechler. J., Carlbring, P., Lilliengren, P., Falkenström, F., Andersson, G., Johansson, R., Edbrooke-Childs, J., Dahl, H.S.J., Lindert Bergsten, K., Midgley, N., Sandell, R., Thorén, A., Topooco, N., Ulberg, R., & Philips, B. (2020).

  • A scoping review and assessment of essential elements of shared decision-making of parent-involved interventions in child and adolescent mental health

    The overall aim of this review is to identify and examine the existing decision support interventions available for parents. Authors: Liverpool, S., Pereira, B., Hayes, D., Wolpert, M., Edbrooke-Childs, J. (2020).

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  • How contextual constraints shape mid-career high school teachers' stress management and use of digital support tools: qualitative study

    The aim of this study was to investigate the constraints on stress management and prevention among teachers in the school environment and how this shapes the use of digitally enabled stress management tools. Authors: Manning, J., Blandford, A., Edbrooke-Childs, J., & Marshall, P. (2020).

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  • Engaging children and young people in digital mental health interventions: systematic review of modes of delivery, facilitators, and barriers

    This review aimed to identify modes of delivery used in children and young people's digital mental health interventions, explore influencing factors to usage and implementation, and investigate ways in which the interventions have been evaluated and whether children and young people engage in digital health interventions. Authors: Liverpool, S., Mota, C. P., Sales, C.M.D., Čuš, A., Carletto, S., Hancheva, C., Sousa, S., Cerón, S. C., Moreno-Peral, P., Pietrabissa, G., Moltrecht, B., Ulberg, R., Ferreira, N., & Edbrooke-Childs J. (2020).

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  • Internet-based psychodynamic versus cognitive behaviour therapy for adolescents with depression: study protocol for a non-inferiority randomised controlled trial (the ERiCA study)

    Internet-based cognitive behavioural therapy for adolescent depression has demonstrated efficacy in previous trials. In order to broaden the range of evidence-based treatments for young people, we evaluated a newly developed affect-focused internet-based psychodynamic treatment in a previous study with promising results. Authors: Mechler, J., Lindqvist, K., Carlbring, P. et al. (2020).

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  • Exploring harm in psychotherapy: perspectives of clinicians working with children and young people

    The potential for harm to occur from talking therapies has been acknowledged in academic literature. However, there is a paucity of research when it comes to exploring this phenomenon when working with young patients. This study explores clinicians’ perspectives on harm from talking therapies when working with children and young people. Authors: Castro Batic, B., & Hayes, D. (2022).

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  • A comprehensive mapping of outcomes following psychotherapy for adolescent depression: the perspectives of young people, their parents and therapists

    This study mapped the types of change described by three key stakeholder groups following psychotherapy for depression, and compared the salience of these outcomes with the frequency of their measurement in recent quantitative treatment effectiveness studies for adolescent depression. Authors: Krause, K., Midgley, N., Edbrooke-Childs, J. (2022).

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  • Adolescent stressors and their perceived effects on mental wellbeing: a qualitative study

    Supporting positive mental health development in adolescents is a major public health concern worldwide. Although several school-based programs aimed at preventing depression have been launched, it is crucial to evaluate these programs and to obtain feedback from participating adolescents. This study aimed to explore adolescents’ experiences with a -based cognitive-behavioral depression prevention program. Authors: Eisenstadt, M., Stapley, E., Deighton, J. & Wolpert, M. (2020).

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