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UVa Social Anxiety Intervention for Youth Ages 11-15
UVa Social Anxiety Intervention for Youth Ages 11-15
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Date/Time
Sunday, December 15th 2013
12:00 am

Location
UVa Psychology Dept. Ainsworth Clinic

Does your child or teen get very nervous around other people?

The University of Virginia, Dept. of Psychology seeks youth ages 11 to 15 and their parent to participate in a research study testing anew intervention for Youth Social Anxiety

-Intervention is free: 8 sessions, ~20 minutes each
-Intervention can be completed from your home computer.
-Assessments must be completed at UVa (~5.5 hr. total over 5 visits).
-Children and their parent will be paid $75 each for completing the study.

For more information please contact youth.online.study@gmail.com or (434) 207-8696. Principal Investigators: Meg Reuland, M.A. & Bethany Teachman, Ph.D.
IRB SBS # 2013-0101-00

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