"Anxiety disorders are persistent and incapacitating, and despite the availability of effective treatments, not all individuals with anxiety receive adequate treatment."
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CBT and pharmacotherapy are effective treatments for anxiety disorders in children and adolescents younger than 18.
Psychological and educational interventions may prevent anxiety.
Childhood anxiety symptoms can be reduced by CBT and SSRIs.
Parents will often try complementary treatments or their sick child, but many do not tell their pediatricians.
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