Jeremy Gauntlett-Gilbert and Hannah Connell look at novel approaches to helping children live with pain and discomfort
Some conditions leave children and adolescents experiencing chronic discomfort, even though there is no ongoing pathology or degenerative change. Passive coping, in the form of avoidance and...
Deborah Christie and Hasina Khatun on challenges for children, young people and their parents
Many children are diagnosed with a chronic illness, requiring complex medical regimens, trips to hospital and possibly invasive treatment. For some, this will place significant constraints on...
Konrad Jacobs, Penny Titman and Melinda Edwards open a special feature on paediatric clinical psychology
Children who have a physical health problem are more likely to successfully manage the challenges presented by their medical condition if their health care addresses both their physical and...
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Huw Green on the film adaptation of The Woman in Black, a journey through superstition and paranoia.
James Watkin’s film adaptation of The Woman in Black provides us with a fantastic opportunity to examine the psychology that lies behind our innate tendency to tell ourselves the stories that help...
Trevor Butt finds an interesting recurring theme in the later work of the famous personality theorist