Georgia Kemp

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Georgia is an Assistant Psychologist at a SEMH school for children with social-emotional and mental health needs and works as a Research Assistant at the University of Bath. She has an interest in adolescent depression research and lived experience input. Her research interests also include depression, anxiety disorders, and personality disorders including emerging diagnoses in young people. Georgia has co-developed three online workshops as part of a special interest research group, the ADvaNCE network aiming to draw on existing evidence of adolescent depression, to design solutions that can be readily implemented across setting.


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“I’m always going to be tired”: fatigue in adolescent depression


Georgia Kemp reflects on a recent qualitative paper that looks at adolescents’ personal accounts of fatigue as a symptom in depression.

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Just one shot at it: single session interventions for adolescent depression


Maria Loades and Georgia Herring consider a randomised trial of online single-session interventions for adolescent depression during COVID-19.

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