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Helen Minnis

Professor of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry

University of Glasgow

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Glasgow, Glasgow,G12 8QQ

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Employment History

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Scottish Attachment In Action


Affiliations

Youth Mindfulness

Advisory Board Member


Youth Mindfulness

Advisory Board Member


Education

MD

University of Glasgow , UK


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Advisory Board - Youth Mindfulness

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Dr. Helen Minnis
University of Glasgow Senior Clinical Lecturer is Senior Lecturer in Child and Adolescent Psychiatry at the University of Glasgow. She spent time working as an Orphanage Doctor in Guatemala in the early 1990s prior to training in Psychiatry, and this stimulated an interest in the effects of early maltreatment on children's development. Her research focus has been on Reactive Attachment Disorder: clinical aspects, assessment tools and behavioural genetics. Helen is currently conducting intervention research for maltreated children including a randomised controlled trial of an infant mental health service for young children in foster care. Furthermore, in the course of her work, Helen has developed a number of active international collaborations particularly with colleagues in the USA and Scandinavia.


Keeping It Real - Scottish Attachment In Action (SAIA)

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Why Attachment Matters - an interview with Professor Helen Minnis.
In the following interview between Professor Helen Minnis from the University of Glasgow and David Woodier a teacher, adoptive parent and blogger for Scottish Attachment in Action, Helen speaks about 'Why Attachment Matters' to her. In the following interview between Professor Helen Minnis from the University of Glasgow and David Woodier a teacher, adoptive parent and blogger for Scottish Attachment in Action, Helen speaks about 'Why Attachment Matters' to her. In the following interview, Professor Helen Minnis talks about her passion for helping children and young people. She discusses a range of issues, from teenagers to new therapeutic approaches, and from brain development to helping children cope with separation and loss. I am taking a break over the summer, but look for future blogs on why inclusion matters, how understanding attachment helps build resilience in young people, and an interview with Helen Minnis, Professor of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry at Glasgow University. "Unit 07a: Understanding trauma and loss, Helen Minnis: Trauma and neglect. wecanandmustdobetter.org


www.saia.org.uk

I am taking a break over the summer, but look for future blogs on why inclusion matters, how understanding attachment helps build resilience in young people, and an interview with Helen Minnis, Professor of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry at Glasgow University.


www.saia.org.uk

Why Attachment Matters - an interview with Professor Helen Minnis.
In the following interview between Professor Helen Minnis from the University of Glasgow and David Woodier a teacher, adoptive parent and blogger for Scottish Attachment in Action, Helen speaks about 'Why Attachment Matters' to her. In the following interview between Professor Helen Minnis from the University of Glasgow and David Woodier a teacher, adoptive parent and blogger for Scottish Attachment in Action, Helen speaks about 'Why Attachment Matters' to her. In the following interview, Professor Helen Minnis talks about her passion for helping children and young people. She discusses a range of issues, from teenagers to new therapeutic approaches, and from brain development to helping children cope with separation and loss. I am taking a break over the summer, but look for future blogs on why inclusion matters, how understanding attachment helps build resilience in young people, and an interview with Helen Minnis, Professor of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry at Glasgow University.


www.saia.org.uk [cached]

In the following interview between Professor Helen Minnis from the University of Glasgow and David Woodier a teacher, adoptive parent and blogger for Scottish Attachment in Action, Helen speaks about 'Why Attachment Matters' to her.
In the following interview between Professor Helen Minnis from the University of Glasgow and David Woodier a teacher, adoptive parent and blogger for Scottish Attachment in Action, Helen speaks about 'Why Attachment Matters' to her. In the following interview, Professor Helen Minnis talks about her passion for helping children and young people. She discusses a range of issues, from teenagers to new therapeutic approaches, and from brain development to helping children cope with separation and loss. I am taking a break over the summer, but look for future blogs on why inclusion matters, how understanding attachment helps build resilience in young people, and an interview with Helen Minnis, Professor of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry at Glasgow University. "Unit 07a: Understanding trauma and loss, Helen Minnis: Trauma and neglect. wecanandmustdobetter.org


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