Enhancing efficacy of bibliotherapy for rural children with anxiety disorders using child-therapist contact [ 2008 - 2011 ]

Also known as: Does child-therapist contact enhance the efficacy of parent-implemented treatment for anxious rural children?

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Researchers: Dr Heidi Lyneham (Principal investigator) ,  Prof Jennifer Hudson Prof Ronald Rapee

Brief description Many Australian children suffering severe anxiety live in areas where access to qualified therapists is limited. In previous research we developed an outreach program in which parents were taught to help their own child overcome their anxiety through a mixture of printed materials and remote access to a therapist. In the current project we aim to extend these results by incorporating the child into the remote treatment, and in doing so improving the number of children who benefit from treatment

Funding Amount $AUD 482,798.00

Funding Scheme NHMRC Project Grants

Notes Standard Project Grant

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