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Volume 15, Number 3, September 2010

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Recent Research on Food Additives: Implications for CAMH
pp. 130-133(4)
Author: Stevenson, Jim

Delivering Child Community Psychology Services in the Community: Experiences from the NIPPERS Project
pp. 134-141(8)
Authors: Millar, Yvonne; Glaser, Danya; Reilly-Johnson, Natalie L.; Hurst, Sarah-Louise; Harris, Kelly; Skerry, Cathryn; Charman, Tony

Multisystemic Therapy (MST) for Youth Offending, Psychiatric Disorder and Substance Abuse: Case Examples from a UK MST Team
pp. 142-149(8)
Authors: Wells, Charles; Adhyaru, Jai; Cannon, Jacqueline; Lamond, Moira; Baruch, Geoffrey

Teachers’ Recognition of Children’s Mental Health Problems
pp. 150-156(7)
Authors: Loades, Maria E.; Mastroyannopoulou, Kiki

History of Family Involvement with Child Protective Services as a Risk Factor for Bullying in Ontario Schools
pp. 157-163(7)
Authors: Mohapatra, Satya; Irving, Hyacinth; Paglia-Boak, Angela; Wekerle, Christine; Adlaf, Edward; Rehm, J├╝rgen

Workforce Factors for Psychologists in CAMHS in New Zealand
pp. 164-170(7)
Authors: Lambie, Ian; Stewart, Malcolm W.

Using Group-Based Parent Training Interventions with Parents of Children with Disabilities: A Description of Process, Content and Outcomes in Clinical Practice
pp. 171-175(5)
Authors: Todd, Samantha; Bromley, Jo; Ioannou, Korina; Harrison, James; Mellor, Christine; Taylor, Eric; Crabtree, Elizabeth

Anxiety: Cognitive Behaviour Therapy with Children and Young People
pp. 176-176(1)
Author: Lewis-Smith, Andrew

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