Formed in November 2002, the genesis of this SIG marked an increasing interest in the mental health of children and adolescents who pose a risk to themselves or others.
This group of young people have mental health needs that are relevant to a broad range of psychiatric disciplines including child and adolescent psychiatry, forensic psychiatry, psychiatry of people with learning disability, neuropsychiatry, substance misuse and general adult psychiatry.
In September 2009, there were 1,403 members of the adolescent forensic psychiatry SIG, including 63 FRCPsych Fellows, 789 MRCPsych Members, 518 pre-membership psychiatric trainees and 24 affiliates.
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|Dr Gill Bell||2020||Chair|
|Dr Gabrielle Pendlebury||2021||Finance Officer|
|Dr Oliver White||2007 (C)||Forensic faculty liaison Higher specialist training Secure CAMHS Clinical Advisory Group|
|Dr Alixe Lewis||2012 (C)||Committee member|
|Dr David Kingsley||2010 (C)||Child and adolescent faculty liaison Consultation group|
|Dr Richard Church||2013 (C)||EFCAP and international liaison Website editor|
|Dr Suzanne Coghlan||2009 (C)||Website Editor|
|Dr Peter Misch||2002 (C)||Medicolegal representative|
|Dr Enys Delmage||2014 (C)||International representative|
|Dr Moj Feshki||Newsletter|
|Dr Heidi Hales||Academic representative|
|Dr Aileen Blower||Scottish representative|
|Dr Julie Withecombe||Wales representative|
|Dr Phil Anderson||Northern Irish representative|
|Dr Mindy Reeves||Trainee representative|
|Dr Holly Wooton|
|Dr Tina Irani||CRG|