CYF News: Past Issues

  • December 2014

    This newsletter addresses adolescence positive development, healthy development in children and adolescents, risks and rewards of the digital age, social support as a buffer against stress in early adolescence, changing high-risk juveniles’ trajectories, adolescent false confessions, Type II diabetes treatment issues and federal policy activities addressing issues important to children, youth and families.

  • May 2014

    This newsletter addresses parental depression in non-traditional care environments, perinatal depression, pregnancy-related depression, depression and family functioning among teenage mothers, discrimination in parental depression and child emotional problems among low-income Black families, Children’s Mental Health Awareness Week, Speak Up for Kids, an update from the committee and federal policy activities addressing issues important to children, youth and families.

  • November 2013

    This newsletter addresses child psychology services in primary care, pediatric psychology, making sleep a priority, obesity management, implementation of developmental screening tools in primary care, a note from Director Lauren Fasig, an update from the committee and federal policy activities addressing issues important to children, youth and families.

  • August 2013

    The newsletter articles address the stressors multiracial children and families encounter, the individual and familial mechanisms related to racial socialization processes and the macrolevel influences of society and culture that interplay with the negotiation and development of multiracial identities.

  • April 2013

    This newsletter addresses evidence-based practice to community settings, EBT programs, children's mental health, child welfare services, consumer-centric websites, dissemination and implementation, APA's co-sponsorship of the national Speak Up For Kids campaign, new CYF members, mental health in schools and CYF psychologists.

  • January 2013

    This newsletter addresses military families, health care of military service members and their families, war on terror, school-based behavioral health services for military youth, parent-child interaction therapy, Strong Familes Strong Forces Program, school reentry for chronically ill children, and new strategic plan for CYF.

  • July 2012

    In this issue: the nation's childhood obesity epidemic, the Center for Youth and Wellness, Neurocognitive impacts for children of poverty and neglect, evidence-based home visiting to enhance child health and child development, the intersection of family and community resilience to enhance mental health among Latino children, and more.

  • January 2012[PDF]

    This issue focuses on children in foster care dealing with mental health care and services, reunification readiness, trauma-focused cognitive behavior and special needs adoption.

  • January 2011[PDF]

    This newsletter addresses diverting youth from legal systems, services for individuals with Autism, juvenile justice, family support center, recovery of refugee children and families, CYF's members and 2012 call for nominations.

  • August 2010[PDF]

    In this issue: advancing pediatric and child health, integrative medicine and health care, youth with chronic conditions and community-based research.

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