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When is the Worry Too Much?

With Molly McVoy, MD, of University Hospitals Department of Psychiatry

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Presented: 2016

When is the Worry too Much Free podcast from Connecting for Kids

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Description of Presentation

Does your child worry excessively about grades, social situations or sports performances? In class, does your child have an intense fear of being called on by the teacher? Are panic attacks commonplace in your home? Dr. Molly McVoy, of University Hospitals Department of Psychiatry, will help attendees recognize the symptoms of childhood anxiety disorders. Although many children experience fears and worries, Dr. McVoy will address the difference between normal childhood behaviors versus anxiety that is interfering with your child’s daily life. She will also discuss the treatment options and resources available for various anxiety disorders.

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