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A pilot feasibility evaluation of the CALM Program for anxiety disorders in early childhood

Comer, Jonathan S ; Puliafico, Anthony C ; Aschenbrand, Sasha G ; Mcknight, Kate ; Robin, Joanna A ; Goldfine, Matthew E ; Albano, Anne Marie

Journal of Anxiety Disorders, 2012, Vol.26(1), pp.40-49 [Periódico revisado por pares]

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  • Título:
    A pilot feasibility evaluation of the CALM Program for anxiety disorders in early childhood
  • Autor: Comer, Jonathan S ; Puliafico, Anthony C ; Aschenbrand, Sasha G ; Mcknight, Kate ; Robin, Joanna A ; Goldfine, Matthew E ; Albano, Anne Marie
  • Assuntos: Anxiety ; Anxiety Disorders ; Pcit ; Parent Training ; Preschool ; Anxiety ; Anxiety Disorders ; Pcit ; Parent Training ; Preschool
  • É parte de: Journal of Anxiety Disorders, 2012, Vol.26(1), pp.40-49
  • Descrição: ► The CALM Program ( Coaching Approach behavior and Leading by Modeling) is a 12-session modification of Parent–Child Interaction Therapy (PCIT) developed for the treatment of anxious youth between the ages of three and eight presenting with separation anxiety disorder, social anxiety disorder, generalized anxiety disorder, and/or specific phobias. ► The present study examined the preliminary feasibility and efficacy of the CALM Program in a sample of anxious youth ages 4–8 years ( M = 5.4; N = 9). ► Roughly 80% of the sample completed all treatment sessions. All treatment completers were categorized as global treatment responders by independent evaluators, with all but one showing full diagnostic improvements, and all but one showing meaningful functional improvements. ► Findings lend preliminary support for the promising role of live parent coaching for the treatment of a range of anxiety disorders that present in early childhood. ...
  • Idioma: Inglês

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