At AnDY, we have a large number of ways for you to get involved with the work we do here. Each year we offer placement opportunities to Undergraduate and Master’s students studying at the University of Reading, as well as having a limited number of these opportunities available for external students. Master’s students also have the opportunity to undertake their empirical research project within AnDY. In addition to this, we have a number of PhD students working closely with our team, who conduct their research into various aspects of child and adolescent mental health. PhD opportunities are dependant on receiving research grants, and will be displayed here when they are available.

If you are one of our service-users, or the parent of someone using our service, we would love to get your feedback on your experience with the clinic. We hold regular PPI (Patient & Public Involvement) meetings to get feedback on different aspects of how the clinic is run. If you are a teenager and would like to find out more about PPI, please click here, or for parents who would like to find out more, please click here.

University of Reading Undergraduate Placements

Each year we offer new and exciting placement opportunities for current UoR second year students.

University of Reading MSc Placements

We highly value our MSc placement students, and the AnDY Clinic benefits greatly from their input, as well as being able to offer unique clinically relevant experiences to a large number of students each year.

University of Reading MSc Placements

University of Reading MSc students have the opportunity to get involved in one of the many different research projects currently ongoing within the AnDY clinic.

The Anxiety and Depression in Young People Research Advisory Group (AnDY RAG)

Through AnDY RAG you can help to ensure our clinicians do research that is helpful to children and young people with anxiety or depression and done in a way that families find acceptable and interesting.