New study seeks participants to learn effective treatments of social anxiety

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The goal of a new online study conducted by a researcher at Case Western Reserve University is to learn more about various aspects of anxiety in children (emotion regulation, relationships, etc) in order to improve therapies for child anxiety. Research not only helps us to improve therapies but also helps to raise public awareness of the diagnosis.

Does your child become extremely nervous in social situations? Help CWRU researchers learn more about children with Social Anxiety and their families. If your child is between 4-8 and struggles with Social Anxiety please fill out our online questionnaires. We hope to use this study to learn more effective ways to treat childhood Social Anxiety.

You can participate by clicking here.

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