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Childhood Anxiety Disorders

Childhood Anxiety Disorders - Treatments

Research has identified interventions that are effective in reducing anxiety and managing anxiety disorders. These interventions usually focus on addressing the thoughts and behaviours behind the anxiety. Strategies typically focus on helping individuals face the feared object or situation instead of avoiding or escaping them. Parent-based intervention is also available for very young children with an anxiety disorder who are not able to participate effectively in direct intervention due to their reduced language and cognitive abilities.

Childhood Anxiety Disorders - Preparing for surgery

Childhood Anxiety Disorders - Post-surgery care

Childhood Anxiety Disorders - Other Information

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