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Provided below are some fantastic references available to download in PDF format
Working with culturally and linguistically diverse (CALD) adolescents
CFCA Practitioner Resource— April 2015
Fact sheets for young people about: Alcohol Amphetamines Anxiety etc
Do girls with anorexia nervosa have elevated autistic traits?
 
Here are the articles authored by Elaine Aron and her collaborators. An overview that includes related articles by other authors is in the 2012 PSPR review below. As that becomes out of date you can find the latest articles by searching PsychInfo for “sensitivity” or “sensory processing sensitivity” as well as related ideas such as “biological sensitivity to context” and “orienting sensitivity.”
Borderline Personality Disorder Autism Spectrum Disorder and in Females
The Lancet Psychiatry – Suicidal ideation and suicide plans or attempts in adults with Asperger’s syndrome attending a specialist diagnostic clinic: a clinical cohort study, 2014
 
 
The Emotional Toll of Being a Twice Exceptional. Adult: A Case Study
Professors Margot Prior and Jacqueline Roberts have updated their Guidelines for Good Practice to provide advice for families and practitioners on what interventions and principles of practice work best for children with ASD.
The guide provides information for parents/carers and professionals on support and services available for individuals under 25 years of age with ASD.
It provides an understanding of available assistance, including information on assessment and diagnosis, funding packages, intervention and therapy, childcare, school, family support, and planning for the future.
 
 
A Review of the Research to Identify the Most Effective Models of Practice in Early Intervention for Children with Autism Spectrum Disorders
Daniel Amen 7 types of ADHD
Pathological Demand Avoidance Syndrome
 
 
A list of eligible and ineligible interventions is provided in this Early Interventions Table
The Amen Clinics have been doing sophisticated brain imaging studies on people with ASD for over two decades. This has taught us that the brain patterns that characterize ASD varies from person-to-person
Personality disorders and autism spectrum disorders: what are the connections?
 
 
Understanding Psychosis and Schizophrenia
Edited by Anne Cooke
A report by the the British Psychological Society Division of Clinical
Psychology
Why people sometimes hear voices, believe things that others find
strange, or appear out of touch with reality, and what can help 
Meet Your Happy Chemicals
The Personal Goals and Values Card Sorting Task for Individuals with Schizophrenia

 
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