Affiliation: University of Bath
- Clinicians' attitudes towards the use of computerized cognitive behaviour therapy (cCBT) with children and adolescentsPaul Stallard
School for Health, University of Bath, Claverton Down, Bath BA2 7AY, UK
Behav Cogn Psychother 38:545-60. 2010..Although cCBT appears promising, the attitudes of clinicians towards this type of intervention with children and young people have not been assessed, yet these are important in determining when and if cCBT will be offered...
- Classroom-based cognitive behaviour therapy (FRIENDS): a cluster randomised controlled trial to Prevent Anxiety in Children through Education in Schools (PACES)Paul Stallard
Department for Health, University of Bath, Bath, UK Electronic address
Lancet Psychiatry 1:185-92. 2014..We investigated the effect of a classroom-based cognitive behaviour therapy prevention programme (FRIENDS) on anxiety symptoms in children...
- The prevention of anxiety in children through school-based interventions: study protocol for a 24-month follow-up of the PACES projectPaul Stallard
Department for Health, University of Bath, 22 23 Eastwood, Bath BA2 7AY, UK
Trials 15:77. 2014..However, comparatively little is known about the best intervention leader (health care-led vs. school-led), long-term effects or the primary preventive value of such programmes...
- Self-harm in young adolescents (12-16 years): onset and short-term continuation in a community samplePaul Stallard
Department of Health, Child and Adolescent Mental Health Research Group, University of Bath, 22 23, Eastwood BA2 7AY, UK
BMC Psychiatry 13:328. 2013..To investigate the prevalence of self-harm in young adolescents and factors associated with onset and continuity over a one year period...
- School-based intervention to reduce anxiety in children: study protocol for a randomized controlled trial (PACES)Paul Stallard
Department for Health, University of Bath, 22 23 Eastwood, Bath BA2 7AY, UK
Trials 13:227. 2012..Relatively few children with emotional health problems are identified and referred for treatment indicating the need to investigate preventive approaches...
- Preventing depression and promoting resilience: feasibility study of a school-based cognitive-behavioural interventionPaul Stallard
Child and Adolescent Mental Health Research Group, 22 23 Eastwood, Department for Health, University of Bath, Bath BA2 7AY, UK
Br J Psychiatry Suppl 54:s18-23. 2013..Schools offer a convenient location for the widespread delivery of depression prevention programmes, although little research has evaluated the feasibility of delivering interventions in this setting...
- Classroom based cognitive behavioural therapy in reducing symptoms of depression in high risk adolescents: pragmatic cluster randomised controlled trialPaul Stallard
Child and Adolescent Mental Health Research Group, Department of Health, University of Bath, Bath BA2 7AY, UK
BMJ 345:e6058. 2012..To compare the effectiveness of classroom based cognitive behavioural therapy with attention control and usual school provision for adolescents at high risk of depression...
- Protocol for a randomised controlled trial of a school based cognitive behaviour therapy (CBT) intervention to prevent depression in high risk adolescents (PROMISE)Paul Stallard
Department for Health, University of Bath, UK
Trials 11:114. 2010..Relatively few adolescents with depression are identified and referred for treatment indicating the need to investigate alternative preventive approaches...
- The FRIENDS emotional health prevention programme: 12 month follow-up of a universal UK school based trialPaul Stallard
Mental Health Research and Development Unit, University of Bath, Wessex House, Level 7, Bath BA2 7AY, UK
Eur Child Adolesc Psychiatry 17:283-9. 2008..They are however consistent with previous studies and suggest that FRIENDS delivered in schools as a universal intervention can have a significant medium term effect upon emotional health...
- Computerized CBT (Think, Feel, Do) for depression and anxiety in children and adolescents: outcomes and feedback from a pilot randomized controlled trialPaul Stallard
Mental Health Research and Development Unit MHRDU, School for Health, University of Bath, Claverton Down, Bath BA2 7AY, UK
Behav Cogn Psychother 39:273-84. 2011..Research has demonstrated the effectiveness of computerized cognitive behaviour therapy (cCBT) for depression and anxiety in adults, but there has been little work with children and adolescents...
- School connectedness, peer attachment, and self-esteem as predictors of adolescent depressionAbigail Millings
Department for Health, University of Bath, Claverton Down, Bath BA2 7AY, UK
J Adolesc 35:1061-7. 2012..Interventions for adolescent depression may be most effective by focussing on increasing SE and fostering secure attachments, rather than solely focussing on increasing SC...
- Computerised cognitive behavioural therapy for the prevention and treatment of depression and anxiety in children and adolescents: a systematic reviewThomas Richardson
Mental Health Research and Development Unit, School for Health, University of Bath, 22 23 Eastwood, Claverton Down, Bath, Banes BA2 7AY, UK
Clin Child Fam Psychol Rev 13:275-90. 2010..Additional randomised controlled trials are required, as the literature is currently limited. However, preliminary evidence suggests that cCBT is an acceptable and effective intervention for this age group...
- Could a brief assessment of negative emotions and self-esteem identify adolescents at current and future risk of self-harm in the community? A prospective cohort analysisRhiannon Phillips
Department for Health, University of Bath, 22 23 Eastwood, Claverton Down, Bath BA2 7AY, UK
BMC Public Health 13:604. 2013..This study investigated whether a targeted analysis of negative emotions and self-esteem could identify young adolescents at risk of self-harm in community settings...
- Adolescents' perception of risk and challenge: a qualitative studyKaren Rodham
Department of Psychology, University of Bath, UK
J Adolesc 29:261-72. 2006..The implications of the findings for future interventions are discussed...
- Young people's experience of emergency medical services as road traffic accident victims: a pilot qualitative studyEmma Salter
Mental Health Research and Development Unit a joint unit of Avon and Wiltshire Mental Health Partnership NHS Trust and University of Bath, Bath, UK
J Child Health Care 8:301-11. 2004..This article highlights the need to provide adequately for the younger A&E patient by supplying information, communicating appropriately and offering an environment that is more appropriate for young people...
- Effect of a universal anxiety prevention programme (FRIENDS) on children's academic performance: results from a randomised controlled trialElena Skryabina
Department for Health, University of Bath, Bath, UK
J Child Psychol Psychiatry 57:1297-1307. 2016..Evaluations of school-based anxiety prevention programmes have reported improvements in psychological functioning although little is known about their effect upon educational outcomes...
- Posttraumatic stress disorder following road traffic accidents - a second prospective studyPaul Stallard
Dept of Child and Family Psychiatry, Royal United Hospital, Combe Park, Bath, BA1 3NG, UK
Eur Child Adolesc Psychiatry 13:172-8. 2004..The aim of this prospective study was to determine the psychological effects of everyday road traffic accidents (RTAs)...
- Child, Teacher and Parent Perceptions of the FRIENDS Classroom-Based Universal Anxiety Prevention Programme: A Qualitative StudyElena Skryabina
Department for Health, University of Bath, Bath, BA2 7AY UK
School Ment Health 8:486-498. 2016..Whilst this paper provides evidence to support the social validity of the FRIENDS anxiety prevention programme, the concerns raised by teachers question the longer-term sustainability of the programme...