What, me worry? Adolescent generalized anxiety disorder symptoms and problemematic interactions in the family
Publisher: Utrecht University
Research has shown that Generalized Anxiety Disorder is one of the most common anxiety disorders found in adolescents today. Its main symptoms are disproportionate fear and anxiety (worrying) about work-related or school-related events or activities and social relations... View more
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