An IHR Study has Shown that CBT Could Benefit Children’s Mental Health

The mental health of children and even young people could actually benefit from CBT. This is according to a recent study which has been led by the University of Exeter. The review used very robust methods to try and bring everything together. When you look at the findings, you will see that the team have identified evidence regarding CBT therapy, and they have also looked at inflammatory bowel disease too. Children and young people who suffer from long-term health conditions are four-times as likely to experience anxiety or other mental health conditions. Dr. Liz Shaw has stated that she has looked at whether or not these treatments have worked for children and she has also tried to look into the experiences that they have had. If you work in homecare or even in the industry of private nursing then you will know what a breakthrough this could be.

The team also found that there are in fact some benefits to parenting programs and they are doing everything they can to try and reduce the amount of behavioural problems that people have. Further studies have shown that children value the consideration of their needs and that the support does go a long way. The opportunity to try and meet or even build a supportive relationship with people is very important and it will also help to give them a much better sense of being.

This will have an impact on their mental health too, so it is very important that you keep this in mind. Professor Stuart Logan has stated that the exciting thing about this project is that it gives researchers the chance to obtain a roadmap which will help them to take that next step forward and into the future.

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