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|WEBINAR: MAY 7, 2021|
Tele-Health Strategies for Treating Childhood Anxiety
What does evidence-based treatment for childhood anxiety challenges look like online?How can we better incorporate parents into the treatment of childhood anxiety to improve client outcomes?
Hear Dr. Kelly N. Banneyer, Licensed Psychologist and Assistant Professor in the Department of Pediatrics at Baylor College of Medicine, discuss the research and her personal experiences treating children with anxiety online.
Watch Dr. Banneyer’s one-minute overview of this webinar.
Participants in this workshop will develop a greater understanding of:
Recent epidemiological trends in youth anxiety in North America.
Evidence-based treatment approaches for addressing anxiety and obsessive-compulsive disorders in youth.
Ethical considerations when conducting intervention for this population through Telehealth.
Techniques to successfully incorporate families into the treatment of their children through Telehealth modalities.
Practical strategies and tips for conducting exposure-based intervention through Telehealth (e.g., to address social anxiety, separation anxiety, specific phobias, OCD, panic disorder, selective mutism).
Approaches to perform exposure-based intervention in-person while following COVID-19 safety regulations.
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