List of Contributors.
Foreword by Professor Michael Edwards.
Part I: Policy and Research Background to Working with the Hard to Reach.
1 The early social and emotional determinants of inequalities in health. (Peter Fonagy and Anna Higgitt).
2 What evidence for evidence-based prevention? (Peter Fonagy).
3 Overview of child and adolescent mental health policy and service provision in England: Attempts to reach the hard to reach. (Miranda Wolpert, Paula Lavis, Richard Wistow and Bob Foster).
Part II: Specific Intervention Programmes Working with the Hard to Reach.
4 A study of multisystemic therapy: A new type of help in the UK for young people in trouble with the law. (Geoffrey Baruch and Jacqueline Cannon).
5 Barefoot practitioners: A proposal for a manualized, home-based, adolescent crisis intervention project. (Eia Asen and Dickon Bevington).
6 Developing an enhanced care model for depression using primary care mental health workers: Implications for the care and management of young men with depression. (Stephen Pilling, Judy Leibowitz, John Cape, Jemma Simmons, Pamela Jacobsen and Irwin Nazareth).
7 The hard to reach and the Place2Be. (Peter Wilson and Benita Refson).
Epilogue by David Robins.