- MST CAN recommended in NICE guidance for therapeutic interventions after abuse and neglect The guidelines cover recognising and responding to abuse and neglect in children and young people aged under 18. It covers physical, sexual...
- Excluded pupils 'abandoned by schools' Too many pupils are being pushed out of mainstream classes in England and abandoned with an inadequate education, says a report from MPs....
- Improved mental health support for children in care Up to 10 pilots across the country will trial new high quality mental health assessments, that ensure young people are assessed at the...
Audio & Video
27th May 2017
A creative story is told in this short video, "MST-CAN Opens Closed Doors" which was filmed by an MST-CAN team in Amsterdam, The Netherlands.
10th March 2017
Please view our short film about MST in the UK, with contributions from families, Therapists, Supervisors and commissioners.
5th March 2017
Simone Fox discusses the research article The Role of Cultural Factors in Engagement and Change in Multisystemic Therapy (MST) by Simone Fox, Fatima Bibi, Hayleigh Millar and Amaryllis Holland.
11th April 2016
Sara Green was a teenager betrayed by a mental health system designed to protect her. Using Sara's own words taken from her diary, Panorama reveals the failings of a Priory hospital where she was an inpatient and where she took her own life in a misjudged cry for help. Peter Marshall asks what lessons can be drawn from Sara's story and what can be done to fix the country's broken child and adolescent mental health system.
19th November 2015
The team in Essex provides an comprehensive overview of MST with insights from some families they have worked with.
7th April 2014
This short film shows an MST therapist talking about a family he has worked with.
20th December 2013
Please enjoy this short film about MST produced by the Brandon Centre, London.
22nd June 2013
Watch as Nicola Hornsby, Multisystemic Therapy Programme Manager in Fife explains how MST can be used to improve outcomes for young people at risk of becoming Looked After Children.