Long-term follow-up of a cognitive-behavioral therapy for anxiety-disordered youth.

@article{Kendall1996LongtermFO,
  title={Long-term follow-up of a cognitive-behavioral therapy for anxiety-disordered youth.},
  author={Philip C. Kendall and Michael A Southam-Gerow},
  journal={Journal of consulting and clinical psychology},
  year={1996},
  volume={64 4},
  pages={
          724-30
        }
}
This study examined the long-term effects of a psychosocial treatment for anxiety-disordered youth. Clients (N = 36) who had completed treatment 3.35 years earlier (on average) were reassessed using self- and parent-report instruments as well as structured diagnostic interviews. Results indicated that previously documented treatment gains were maintained. An examination of participants' recalled events within therapy suggested that the therapeutic relationship, games and activities, and… Expand
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