Samuel Stones

Leeds Beckett University

Samuel Stones is a lecturer and doctoral researcher in the Carnegie School of Education at Leeds Beckett University. His research outputs are linked with the Centre for LGBTQ+ Inclusion in Education and the Carnegie Centre of Excellence for Mental Health in Schools. His research explores the experiences of teachers who identify as Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Trans, with emphasis on the impact of sexual orientation on resilience, agency and identity. Mr. Stones supervises students on a range of postgraduate courses and he works with initial teacher training students in university and school contexts. He also holds a national training role for a Multi-Academy Trust and is an Associate Leader and Head of Year at a secondary school and sixth form college.

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This book addresses a variety of critical themes that relate to child and adolescent mental health and working memory. It focuses on various theoretical perspectives as well as highlighting implications for practice. The topics contemplated include social media and mental health, parent-child interaction therapy (PCIT), the role of e-learning in mental health, perinatal depression and working memory, language, and reading and behaviour. In focusing on mental ill-health, this book addresses a global concern. The causes of poor mental health are complex and multi-faceted. In acknowledging this complexity, it must be recognized that there is no single ‘magic bullet’ that will solve the problem. A multidisciplinary approach is therefore required for approaching the issues, including a variety of interventions. Finally, the book emphasizes the important contributions that schools, health and social care services and families can provide about addressing the mental health challenges experienced by children and young people.

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