A common factor treatment program (CFTP) for children with anxiety problems (PRC1)This two-year project develops and pilots a common factors intervention designed to complement pediatricians'usual counseling for children and their families with anxiety problems. It will incorporate or provide a setting for piloting instruments from the provider/practice work assessment instrument (RMC2) and PDA-based assessment of function (RMC5). It will take place at the Georgetown site - the budget including recruiting, supplies, and research assistant time is detailed in the Georgetown subcontract.

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