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CBT greatly reduced anxiety in grade school children

Childhood anxiety is very common and has been found to increase the risk of mental health problems in adulthood. A new study [link read more] found that CBT greatly reduced anxiety levels in schoolchildren ages nine to 10 years old. This finding is important because strategies that can effectively reduce anxiety early on have potential for decreasing the huge social and economic burden associated with anxiety disorders over the lifespan.

Learn more about childhood phobias, social anxiety, and school refusal:
[link 1read more] and [link 2 read more]

 
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