'behaviour' blog posts:
11 Dec 2013
TV company seeks families for documentary
An independent television company is looking for families concerned about their child’s behaviour for a documentary linking struggling families with a team of professionals.
6 Dec 2013
New antisocial behaviour laws pose threat to young people
Penelope Gibbs, chair of The Standing Committee for Youth Justice, explains why new anti-social behaviour laws particularly threaten children and teenagers with mental health issues.
13 Nov 2013
Antisocial behaviour Bill is “seriously flawed”
This month, as the Anti-Social Behaviour, Crime and Policing Bill passes through its final stages in the House of Lords, director of the Criminal Justice Alliance Vicki Helyar-Cardwell explains why the Bill is flawed and will disproportionately impact on
12 Nov 2013
Mother’s experience of Parents’ Helpline
Here we share one mother’s experience of using the Parents’ Helpline to discuss her concerns around her son's anti-social and criminal behaviour.
9 Oct 2013
Safeguarding issues raised by Parents Helpline
The YoungMinds Parents Helpline is increasingly receiving calls from parents raising safeguarding issues.
28 Aug 2013
More family meals and less TV ‘make children happier’
A study published today by the government agency, Public Health England has raised concerns that excessive ‘screen-time’ – more than four hours a day is linked to anxiety and depression.
8 Aug 2013
Intervention programme in disruptive children helps prevent drug use
A two-year intervention programme aimed at disruptive children in early childhood could help prevent substance use in adolescence, according to a report published in the British Journal of Psychiatry.
9 Jul 2013
BBC Three's Don't Call Me Crazy: what did you think?
Today (Tuesday 9th July) at noon, YoungMinds will be hosting a chat on our Twitter account (@youngmindsuk) to discuss opinions on the BBC Three series Don't Call Me Crazy.
29 Apr 2013
'Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time' wins Olivier awards
'The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time', based on the book by Mark Haddon, won seven Olivier awards yesterday - the highest honour in British theatre.
27 Mar 2013
Nice launches guidance on conduct disorders
The National Institute of Health and Clinical Excellence has launched guidance on recognising and managing conduct disorders.