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Assessment and management of anxiety disorders in children and adolescents
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    • Sally J Robinson, Highly Specialist Clinical Psychologist
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      • Tammy Hedderly, Anya Kushank, Peter Hindley, Martin Woods and Claire Grose

    We read with great interest the recent review article by Creswell, Waite and Cooper on 'Assessment and management of anxiety disorders in children and adolescents'. The article brought to the forefront the importance of accurately identifying and treating anxiety disorders during development, with an encouraging discussion of new treatment strategies and delivery approaches to increase access to psychological therapies fo...

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