Monthly Archives: March 2013

Children of people with mental health problems at risk of harm, study reveals

See on Scoop.it – Counselling and Mental Health Report by Ofsted and Quality Care Commission reveals that 30% of adults with mental health problems have children See on http://www.guardian.co.uk Advertisements

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Alterations in brain activity in children at risk of schizophrenia predate onset of symptoms

See on Scoop.it – Counselling and Mental Health Research has shown that children at risk of developing schizophrenia have brains that function differently than those not at risk. See on http://www.sciencedaily.com

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Women abused as children more likely to have children with autism

See on Scoop.it – Counselling and Mental Health Women who experienced physical, emotional, or sexual abuse as children are more likely to have a child with autism than women who were not abused. See on http://www.sciencedaily.com

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Lonely dragon helps pupil emotions

See on Scoop.it – Counselling and Mental Health A new therapeutic story writing project is helping students at a Somerset school deal with their emotions. See on http://www.bbc.co.uk

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Horse therapy helps soldier’s mental scars

See on Scoop.it – Counselling and Mental Health Former soldier Adam talks about how equine assisted therapy is helping him overcome his post traumatic stress after serving in Iraq. See on http://www.bbc.co.uk

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Spending on mental health care falls for second year running

See on Scoop.it – Counselling and Mental Health Former minister Paul Burstow has warned ‘penny-pinching’ is condemning people to a lifetime of mental ill health See on http://www.guardian.co.uk

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Study: Moving Backward Alters Our Perception of Time

See on Scoop.it – Counselling and Mental Health We perceive the future as closer than the past. Except for when we’re moving in reverse. See on http://www.theatlantic.com

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