New Added Resources


A whole range of information, resurces and support for children and adloescents. Visit website

4th September 2013

A Way With Words

A Norwegian  digital resource in English

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13th February 2015

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The experiences and needs of the families concerned are extremely valuable and essential for us to devlop and deliver good services. Here you find both internet sites, life stories, videos and literatureare which can supplement the training.


Please note that the CAMILLE Project cannot be held responsible for the content of these although we do try only to list those resources we think might be helpful.


Note the flag for each literature resource denotes it language!

Internet Resources

Literature Resources

Anna and the Sea

A story for children that deals with the complexities surrounding mental illness.

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Can I Catch It like a Cold?

Books, Tundra (2009): Can I Catch It like a Cold? Coping with a parent's depression explores children's common questions through the story of Alex whoes father suffers from depression.

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The Resilient Child

The Australian Psychology Society has an interesting articel on its website.


Promoting children's resilience to parental mental illness

Cooklin, Alan (2013): Advances in psychiatric treatment. Royal College of Psychiatrists.


A Multi-family Social Intervention for the Effects of Parental Mental Illness

This manual describes the theory and practice of the ‘Kidstime’ approach to helping the children of parents with mental illness.

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COMPI Research Symposium 2013

Building an evidence base on effective policy, practice and education is vital to addressing the needs and improving outcomes of children and families with parental mental illness.
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EU Alliance for investing in children

The EU Alliance for Investing in Children brings together over 20 European networks sharing a commitment to end child poverty and to promote child well-being across Europe.

Health Promotion Agency

Family & Community Services

Community Services’ main focus is on supporting vulnerable families and keeping children and young people safe from abuse and neglect. We work closely with other government departments, non-government organisations (NGOs) and the community to achieve this.

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COMIC (Children of Mentally Ill Consumers aims to advocate and promote awareness for these children.

Young Carers

Young carers are children and young people, 25 years or under, who provide unpaid care and support to a family member or friend who has a disability, mental illness, drug and/or alcohol dependency, chronic condition, terminal illness or who is frail.  Many resources to found here.

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