Book Review Promoting the Emotional Well-being of Children and Adolescents and Preventing Their Mental Ill Health Kedar Nath Dwivedi and Peter Brinley Harper (Eds) London and Philadelphia: Jessica Kingsley Publishers (2005) above but also from a number of different theoretical, academic and personal stances. It also illustrates the hild mental health professionals commitment, richness and diversity of viewpoint that working in specialist child and adolescent mental characterises many multidisciplinary services within health services (CAMHS) have not until recently CAMHS. Inevitably, this is both a strength and a focused a great deal of attention on mental health weakness of this book. On the one hand you gain an promotion or primary prevention. Hence, this book, insight into the innovative and imaginative approaches with many of its contributions from a single specialist that the Northampton and neighbouring services have service based in Northampton, is somewhat unusual adopted to address the huge range of challenges facing and very much to be welcomed. The publication is CAMHS in their efforts to improve the mental health well timed to complement the publication of the of children and young people; on the other hand, the National Service Framework For Children, Young People varied approaches adopted
Mental Health Review Journal – Emerald Publishing
Published: Dec 1, 2005
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