Since early 2014, the Young Minds e-newsletter has replaced the YoungMinds magazine.
It was a difficult decision, but with printing and postage costs soaring at the same time as huge cuts to subscribers’ and members’ budgets (which forced many to forgo things like magazine subscriptions), it became too costly to continue producing.
But the new free e-newsletter is better! It is monthly where the magazine was quarterly, therefore more timely and topical, and easier to share with friends and colleagues.
Every issue of the newsletter will cover everything from CAMHS reviews, new mental health legislation, training, local initiatives by schools, CCGs and charities, to highlights of what’s happening at YoungMinds.
So if you're concerned with child and adolescent mental health subscribe to YoungMinds free monthly e-newsletter now.
22 Jan 2014
Peter Wilson reflects on the origins, life and times of YoungMinds Magazine.
6 Jun 2012
Research into the pressures of university life revealed worrying levels of students suffering mental health problems
7 Mar 2012
Dr Duncan Law reflects on the expansion of Children and Young People’s (CYP) IAPT.
12 Dec 2011
Are clinicians doling out medication to children with ADHD too readily?
27 Nov 2011
Featured article: how sport is playing a part in helping young people overcome mental health problems.