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Be Not Anxious…The Role of Medication for Kids With Anxiety
Medication is appropriate for children who experience moderate to severe functional impairment from anxiety symptoms, fail to respond or respond incompletely to psychotherapy or experience one or more comorbid conditions that require concurrent treatment. Medication is also appropriate when anxiety symptoms interfere with the child’s ability to participate in or benefit from talk therapy, or situations when the family is unable to access therapy for geographic or financial reasons. Continue reading
Posted in Anxiety Disorders, Controversies, Hidden Disabilities, Resources Tagged Anafranil, anxiety, CBT, Hidden Disabilities, Luvox, Prozac, Stephen Grcevich MD, Zoloft Leave a comment