Mental health disorders and child development with Dr Tanya Hanstock

In this episode, Dr Tanya Hanstock and I discuss key issues in mental health for children and young people, using bipolar disorder as an example. Tanya also offers practical tips for how to balance research and practice.

About this episode
In this episode, Dr Tanya Hanstock and I discuss key issues in mental health for children and young people, using bipolar disorder as an example. Tanya also offers practical tips for how to balance research and practice.
 
Dr Tanya Hanstock is a Senior Lecturer with the School of Psychological Sciences, University of Newcastle, Australia. If you want to keep up to date with Tanya’s research you can visit her university profile page or reach out via email (tanya.hanstock@newcastle.edu.au).
 
Research papers discussed in this episode
 
 
 
                                                                                     
Sponsor shout out
A big thank you to Jessica Kingsley Publishers for sponsoring this episode. They are providing two copies of Dr Tanya Hanstock’s book ‘Who's who of the brain’ for a special giveaway. To find out more about how to enter the draw to win a copy of Tanya’s book, please check out the Psych Attack social media accounts on either Twitter or Facebook.
 
Sensitive content warning
This episode refers to suicide and self-harm in the context of mental health practice with clients who have a diagnosis of bipolar disorder. However, these topics are not the main focus of the episode and lived experiences are not discussed. Please take care while listening and if you are feeling discomfort and think you would benefit from some support, please reach out to your GP or contact a service like Lifeline.
 
Cite this episode
MacDonald, J. B. (Host). (2021, October 30). Mental health disorders and child development with Dr Tanya Hanstock (No. 7) [Audio podcast episode]. In Psych Attack. www.psychattack.com
Attribution 4.0 International (CC BY 4.0)