Our top open-access research picks

Advancing our understanding of the effects of childhood adversity and trauma is vital to improving interventions to help young people who have experienced early adversity.

Here we highlight five open access papers which offer an insight into the consequences of childhood adversity for the mental health of children and young people, the development of resilience, and implications for practice.

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