Camilla Lauritzen
University of Tromsø
WelfarePsychiatryMental healthHealth administrationPeer reviewPublic healthPsychologyNursingHealth careAlternative medicinePerspective (graphical)Psychological interventionMental illnessKnowledge transferLegislationWorkforceChild protectionClinical PracticeIntervention (counseling)Mental health careMentally illAffect (psychology)Medical educationFamily medicineNorwegianClinical psychologyMedicine
45Publications
10H-index
234Citations
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#1Camilla LauritzenH-Index: 10
#2Anne Berit Kolmannskog (University of Bergen)H-Index: 1
Last. Anette Christine Iversen (University of Bergen)H-Index: 13
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Previous research has shown a link between parental mental illness and adverse development in their offspring. In Norway, it is mandatory for health professionals to identify if patients in adult mental health services have children, and subsequently to provide support for the children. An important tool to detect if families are affected by parental mental illness and to assess if there is a need for further intervention is the Family Assessment Conversation. Family Assessment Conversations is ...
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#1Camilla Lauritzen (University of Tromsø)H-Index: 10
#2Svein Arild Vis (University of Tromsø)H-Index: 8
Last. Sturla Fossum (University of Tromsø)H-Index: 13
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In 2015, a new guidance was issued that sought to clarify the responsibilities and obligations for cooperation between child welfare and mental healthcare services in Norway. This study investigated if the guidance had any impact on the collaboration between services. An electronic survey was administered to employees in the child welfare services and in the child and adolescent mental health services. The response rate was 50.6% ( N = 267). The results show that about one-third of the responden...
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#1Svein Arild VisH-Index: 8
#2Camilla LauritzenH-Index: 10
Last. Amy HoltanH-Index: 9
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AbstractThere are several studies conducted on parenting stress, and the conclusion in the parenting stress research literature is generally that parenting stress decreases the quality of the parent-child relationship. There are however few studies on parenting stress comparing kinship homes to ordinary types of foster homes. The aims of this study were to measure parenting stress in kinship and non-kinship foster homes and to explore factors that predict parenting stress related to the child an...
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#1Camilla LauritzenH-Index: 10
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Dette er den aksepterte manuskriptversjonen. Publisert versjon tilgjengelig pa http://doi.org/10.18261/issn.1891-1838-2016-03-04-07
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#1Camilla LauritzenH-Index: 10
#2Charlotte ReedtzH-Index: 9
Last. Monica MartinussenH-Index: 43
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#1Camilla LauritzenH-Index: 10
#2Charlotte ReedtzH-Index: 9
Last. Monica MartinussenH-Index: 43
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Background Children who have parents with mental health problems are a vulnerable group. Intervening early to support parents with a mental illness can contribute to improve outcomes for children. Rigging the adult mental health system in such a manner that child responsible personnel are designated in wards is a strategy to systematically address the needs of families. It has since 2010 been mandatory for Norwegian hospitals to appoint such personnel in all hospital wards. The current study aim...
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#1Camilla LauritzenH-Index: 10
#2Charlotte ReedtzH-Index: 9
Last. Monica MartinussenH-Index: 43
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Parental mental illness may increase the likelihood of neglect and abuse, and is also a potent risk factor in terms of offspring developing mental health problems themselves. Collaboration between the adult mental health services (AMHS) and the child protection services (CPS) has the potential of reducing risk for the children, by using family supporting interventions and making help available at an earlier stage. The aim of this study was to explore the collaboration between the CPS and the AMH...
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#1Karin T. M. van Doesum (Radboud University Nijmegen)H-Index: 18
#2Joanne Riebschleger (MSU: Michigan State University)H-Index: 11
Last. Annemi Skerfving (Stockholm County Council)H-Index: 2
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AbSTRACTResearch substantiates children of parents with mental disorders including substance abuse face increased risk for emotional and behavioral problems. Although evidence suggests that support programs for children enhance resiliency, recruiting children to these groups remains problematic. This study identifies successful recruitment strategies for prevention programs for children of parental mental illness. The participants were recruited from an international network of researchers. E-ma...
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