The Child Anxiety Network
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Discussion for The Child Anxiety Network
Jim Bidlack (Faculty)
The website was very quick to load. The information was organized well, and made easy to understand.
Heather Zeng (Faculty)
Kira Gallagher (Administrator)
Sarah Turner (Student)
about half an hour reviewing the site and the links it offered. I addresses the
issue of Child Anxiety. It defines the difference between fear, phobias, and
anxiety. It explains the definitions, symptoms, and treatments of various
anxiety disorders. There is a section of FAQ's that is particularly helpful for
parents. In addition to the disorders, the site tells of age appropriate
behaviors so that parents can more easily distinguish between them. It offers
parents techniques to help their children as well as clinics and seminars for
all individuals (children, parents, teachers, and professionals). Literature
references are recommended to get a more indepth perspective.
for anyone regardless of their expertise. It is also a well maintained site,
with all of the links in good working order.
Suzzanah Bessette (Student)
looking at the site and found it easy to navigate. It would serve as a wonderful
teaching aid and help parents teach their children how to cope with stress and
Kristin Penny (Student)
the content was very easy to understand and clearly stated. As a tool for
teachers and students I think that this site would be very helpful. It also had
some very good links.
Debora Vedder (Student)
content was excellent with good, solid advice. It answered tough questions,
such as, will my child's anxiety go away naturally, how do I choose a child
therapist, and how do I differentiate treatment. It had information on many
disorders, lots of links for related information, and resources for educational
toys, CD's and videos for children.
Barbara Carter (Student)
and interesting. Any concerned parent or professional would benefit from reading
Amy Smith (Student)
great. It helped me as a parent understand more about childhood anxiety. The
material was also very helpful in showing helping tips for parents.
Rita Conley (Student)
child anxiety disorders. I think this site provides accurate content, and could
be used to supplement teaching on anxiety disorders.
navigation more efficient. I also think that providers should be listed on a zip
code search system. It would make it easier to find the services closest to you
without having to scroll through a list.
Kelly Perlmutter (Student)
child or adolescent anxiety disorders. It is educational for
parents,teachers,students as well as professionals. I think that it allows those
that are interested in anxiety disorders a place to start educating about
causes,symptoms and treatments. I really liked how they defined fears, phobias
and anxiety as well as listed certain fears which are normal for certain age
clearly defined and all directed the reader to the desired webpage. This site
also allows for readers to get the information they want easily without
searching through endless pages of information. All of the pages have headings
that contain information pertaining to that subject and are easy to find
Jessica Napoli (Student)