Cognitive behavioral therapy for childhood anxiety disorders

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This brief video-lecture presents an overview of interventions effective in treating child and adolescent anxiety disorders. The strategies discussed include cognitive interventions such as cognitive restructuring, somatic skills such as relaxation and emotion based techniques such as the use of competing emotions. A separate segment describes behavioral interventions including desensitization and exposure and response prevention.

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"I get into a job and for the first few months its fine, then I start getting very anxious - usually about colleagues so want to move on and see if it's better elsewhere."

Mary

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