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Young People, Families and Mental Health, 2019/20, Semester 1
Nathan Loynes
Tutor information is taken from the Module Catalogue

Archambeault, J. (2009). Reflective reader : social work and mental health . Exeter: Learning Matters.

Aldridge, J. and Becker S. 2003. Children Caring for Parents with Mental Illness. Bristol: Policy Press.  

Beresford, P. 2005. Social Work and a social model of madness and distress. Social Work and Social Sciences Review. 12 (2). 59-73.

Blackburn and Darwen Council (2012) Adverse Childhood Events. 

Busfield. J. 2011 Mental Illness. Cambridge: Polity  

Brimblecombe, N. (2000). Acute mental health care in the community : intensive home treatment . London: Whurr.  

Burton, M., Pavord, E., & Williams, B. (2014). An introduction to child and adolescent mental health . Los Angeles, CA: SAGE.  

Butler, A., & Pritchard, C. (1983). Social work and mental illness . London: Macmillan.  

Chowdray, H. 2018. Estimating the Prevalence of the ‘toxic trio’. London:The Children’s Commissioner for England  

Clarke, V., & Walsh, A. (2009). Fundamentals of mental health nursing . Oxford: Oxford University Press.  

Cooper, D. (2011). Introduction to mental health : substance use . Oxford: Radcliffe.  

Coppock, V. and Dunn, B. 2010. Understanding Social Work Practice in Mental Health. London:Sage  

Comer, R.J. and Comer, J. S. 2018. Abnormal Psychology (10th Edition). New York, NY : Macmillan Education.  

Cummins, I. (2017). Critical psychiatry : a biography . St Albans: Critical Publishing.  

Dallos. R. and Draper. R. 2010. An Introduction to Family Therapy (Third Edition). Maidenhead: Open University Press.  

de.Barbaro, B. 2016. Schizophrenia: Reflections on Social Constructionism.Advances in Psychiatry and Neurology. 25(3). 136-146  

Delles, S. 2017 There’s no shame in taking care of your mental health Ted Talk [Online]. [Accessed 5th September, 2018]. Available from:  

Department of Health. 2003. Attitudes to Mental Illness. London:The Stationary Office. 

Department of Health and NHS England 2016. Future in Mind Promoting, Protecting and Improving our Children and Young People’s Mental Health and Wellbeing

Dishion, T. (2007). Intervening in children’s lives : an ecological, family-centered approach to mental health care (First edition.). Washington, DC: American Psychological Association.

Eghigian, G. (2017). The Routledge history of madness and mental health . London ;: Routledge, Taylor & Francis Group.  

Elliott, J., & Place, M. (2004). Children in difficulty : a guide to understanding and helping (Second edition.). London ;: RoutledgeFalmer.  

Farrow, T., & Woodruff, P. (2007). Empathy in mental illness . Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.  

Goffman, E. 1963. Stigma: Notes on the Management of Spoiled Identity. Penguin  

Gould, N. 2010. Mental Health Social Work in Context. Abingdon: Routledge

Golightley. M. 2009. Social Work and Mental Health (Third Edition). Exeter: Learning Matters.  

Hagell A., Shah R. and Coleman J. 2017. Key Data on Young People 2017. London: Association for Young People’s Health.Association of Young People’s Health (AYPH) Key Data on Young People 2017 Chapter 6 Mental Health and Wellbeing P103-119.  

Hasett, A. Brain Development and the Impact of Stress and Trauma on Children. Date Unknown. 

Hughes, K; Lowey, H; Quigg, Z. and Bellis, M.A. 2016 Relationship between adverse childhood experiences and adult mental wellbeing: results from an English national household survey. BMC Public Health. 16:222. 

Johnstone, L. & Boyle, M. with Cromby, J., Dillon, J., Harper, D., Kinderman, P., Longden, E., Pilgrim, D. & Read, J. 2018. The Power Threat Meaning Framework: Overview. Leicester: British Psychological Society. Available online 

Karaban, K. 2011. Social Work and Mental Health. Cambridge:Poilty Press  

Lynch, J., & Trenoweth, S. (2008). Contemporary issues in mental health nursing . Chichester: Wiley.  

McManus, S., Bebbington, P., Jenkins R. and Brugha T. (Eds). 2016. Mental health and wellbeing in England: Adult Psychiatric Morbidity Survey 2014. Leeds: NHS. Available online 

MIND. 2017. Mental Health Facts and Statistics. 

Newton, J. 2012. Chapter 22. Parental Mental Health and Child Wellbeing. In, Adams Working with Families (incomplete reference).  

NICE Guidelines. 2005 (updated 2015). Depression in Children and Young People: identification and management.  

NICE Guidelines. 2009 (updated 2016). Depression in Adults: Recognition and Management.  

Nice, 2014. Psychosis and Schizophrenia in Adults: Prevention and Management Clinical Guideline 178.  

Rogers, A. and Pilgrim, D. 2003. Mental Health and Inequality. Basingstoke:Palgrave Macmillan.  Rogers, A., & Pilgrim, D. (2001). Mental health policy in Britain (Second edition.). London: Palgrave.  

Rogers, A. and Pilgrim, D. 2010. A Sociology of Mental Health and Illness Fourth Edition. Maidenhead: Open University Press.  

SCIE 2011. Think child, think parent, think family: a guide to parental mental health.  

Shah, P. and Mountain, D. 2007. The medical model is dead – long live the medical model.  The British Journal of Psychiatry Oct 2007. 191 (5). 375-377.  

Tew, J. (2005). Social perspectives in mental health : developing social models to understand and work with mental distress . London: Jessica Kingsley.  

Thompson, T. and Mathias P. Chapter 14 Managing Interventions in Thompson, T and Mathias, P (eds) 1994 in Lyttle’s Mental Health and Disorder London:Balliere Tindall p314  

Timimi, S. (2009). A straight talking introduction to children’s mental health problems . Ross-on-Wye: PCCS.  Wrycraft, N. (2009). Introduction to mental health nursing . Maidenhead: Open University Press. 

This list was last updated on 21/11/2019