By Valerie Dunn The IMPACT Study (Improving Mood with Psychoanalytic and Cognitive Therapies, Goodyer et al., 2011) is a large randomized controlled trial (RCT) in Cambridge, North London and Manchester. The qualitative arm, IMPACT-ME (IMPACT My-Experience) is run by Dr Nick Midgley of the Anne Freud Centre and UCL, London. […]
‘My Name is Joe’ and ‘Finding My Way’ shortlisted for The Children in Care award!
Following the judging of the Children & Young People Now Awards 2014, the films ‘’My name is Joe’ and ‘Finding My Way’’ have been voted as a finalist in the category The Children in Care Award. These animation projects were borne from the ‘TC17’ project, looking at the transition from […]
Mental health training for foster carers
Mental health training for foster carers (Close up training) The Transfer of Care at 17 (TC17) research project (CLAHRC Cambridgeshire & Peterborough in collaboration with Cambridgeshire County Council Children’s services) identified a toxic cycle wherein mental health problems fed placement breakdown which, in turn, exacerbated mental health problems. (More information […]
BFI award for CLAHRC documentary
A short film made by a group of young people in care, has won an award for Best Documentary in the 15-18 age group at the 7th British Film Institute (BFI) Future Film Festival. The film, called Finding My Way, was made as part of an ongoing research project involving […]