Anxiety 2.0: Recognizing and Managing Childhood Anxiety Disorders in Pediatric Primary Care Settings builds on the concepts that were presented in Anxiety 1.0 and takes a deeper look at the strategies for recognizing and managing anxiety in the primary care setting. Discussion will include medications and how co-morbid conditions impact treatments.
- Understand clinical signs and symptoms of childhood anxiety through a developmental lens
- Review additional intervention strategies for use within the primary care setting
- Discuss updated evidence for medications used in the treatment of pediatric anxiety
- Consider co-morbid conditions which affect treatment response in pediatric anxiety
- Identify when a referral to behavioral health care provider is indicated, including appropriate level of care
- Molly Seltzer, PhD
- Jackie Chua, DO
This seminar focuses on psychiatry and was delivered at a virtual event titled, “Anxiety 2.0: Recognizing and Managing Childhood Anxiety Disorders in Pediatric Primary Care Settings,” on August 20, 2021.
Additional CHOP Resources:
- Child and Adolescent Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences
- Anxiety Behaviors Clinic (ABC)
- Upcoming Healthcare Professionals Events
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