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Where can teens get treatment for anxiety?

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Treatment involves seeing a psychiatrist, clinical social worker, or psychologist. Sometimes the counselors at school may serve as a resource to find the appropriate treatment.

From: Anxiety and Teens WebMD Medical Reference

SOURCES: Anxiety Disorders Association of America: "Anxiety Disorders in Children and Teens" and "Anxiety Medications and Kids." National Alliance on Mental Illness: "Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy."  MD Consult, Patient education handout: "Anxiety Due to a Medical Condition."  Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration: "Children and adolescents with anxiety disorders."  National Institute of Mental Health: "Anxiety Disorders."




Reviewed by Renee A. Alli on July 08, 2018

SOURCES: Anxiety Disorders Association of America: "Anxiety Disorders in Children and Teens" and "Anxiety Medications and Kids." National Alliance on Mental Illness: "Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy."  MD Consult, Patient education handout: "Anxiety Due to a Medical Condition."  Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration: "Children and adolescents with anxiety disorders."  National Institute of Mental Health: "Anxiety Disorders."




Reviewed by Renee A. Alli on July 08, 2018

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