Young people (CAMHS) blog articles


Perspectives: a new panel show from Priory

Priory is excited to launch Perspectives, a new series of panel discussions on the biggest topics in mental health and addictions.


Should children have their own smartphones?

More than two thirds (67%) of parents with children aged 10-18 think that the Government should introduce legislation setting out an appropriate age for the use of smartphones among young people, according to Priory Group's new research.


Signs of teenage depression

Outlining the symptoms that teens may experience when they're depressed, and what you can do to help them.


Is my child depressed?

Are you concerned your child might be depressed? Here, you will find signs and symptoms to look out for, possible causes and next steps to take.


How to de-stress your teenager ahead of school exams

Priory's Dr Hayley van Zwanenberg explores the ways in which parents can help calm their children ahead of exams - and even use some of the tips themselves in their daily work life.


How to talk to your child about sexting dangers

Dr Hayley van Zwanenberg, (MBBS, MMedSci, MRCPsych) Consultant Child and Adolescent Psychiatrist provides advice for parents who may be concerned that their child has been affected by sexting.

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