Anxiety disorders are common in children and adolescents and can be
debilitating if not recognized and treated. This issue covers the
landscape of anxiety disorders in youth, from development and
neurobiology; to treatments, advances, and novel approaches; to
informing other systems of care: primary physicians, schools, and
parents. Specific anxiety disorders discussed include:
Obsessive-compulsive and tic-related disorders, PTSD, and school
refusal and panic disorder. Pharmacotherapy, CBT, and Parent-Child
interaction therapies are reviewed.
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Moira A Rynn
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