Anxiety in youth: A family-based treatment approach

Presented by Stephanie Eken, MD, FAAP, and David Jacobi, PhD

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In this webinar, participants will explore the importance of psychoeducation to prepare young patients and their families for treatment while learning how negative therapist beliefs can influence exposure therapy. Additional time will be dedicated to how comorbid conditions, noncompliant behaviors, and family accommodation may also interfere with care. We will also examine strategies to improve compliance and encourage positive responses to treatment.

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