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Child mental health services lacking in high-income countries
Child mental health crisis ‘magnified’ by COVID, warns UN chief
Australian Mental Health Prize 2021: Chronic underinvestment in child mental health causing decades of harm
Primary school children have long-term mental health benefit from counselling in school
New COVID vaccine among recipients of funding injection
A bigger budget for mental health services won’t necessarily improve Australia’s mental health
A big step forward: Mental Health Victoria welcomes $2.3 billion Federal mental health budget
A $2.3 billion shot of adrenaline for mental health sector
Mental health pilot program expands to more primary schools
Steep rise in depressive symptoms among 7-12 year olds during UK-wide lockdown
$133.5 million for Child, Youth and Perinatal Mental Health
RACGP encourages rural GPs to take up new mental health training to help children after disasters
RACGP encourages GPs to take up new mental health training to help children after disasters
Data shows children anxiety spike in COVID crisis
Pilot grants boost COVID-19 research
Network to provide real-time pediatric psychiatric consultation
Obituary: Barbara Geller, professor emerita of child psychiatry, 81
Ministers told children must be free to play with friends to ease stress of life in lockdown
HEDCO clinic helps parents, families with coronavirus stress
National survey to measure COVID-19 impacts on Australian families
Baylor to support Texas Child Mental Health Care Consortium
Better systems needed to care for kids with mental health problems
Cortisol levels show links between parent and child mental illness
Shellharbour parents invited to build up their child’s resilience and wellbeing
Institutional child sexual abuse trauma remains part of a ‘hidden public health crisis’
Domestic violence puts children at risk