Online Treatment for Anxiety in Children and Teens

Parents of an anxious child want the best care for their son or daughter. But while therapy is an excellent option for many children with mental health disorders, it isn’t always feasible. Obstacles such as scheduling conflicts and distance, for instance, can make it difficult for parents to find a good therapist for their child.

An Internet-based therapy created by specialists in Australia may provide an effective alternative to traditional therapy. The treatment, called “BRAVE ONLINE,” is based upon the principles of cognitive-behavioral therapy. It specifically treats phobias, separation anxiety, and generalized anxiety in younger people. It also teaches parents how to be supportive of their anxious child and facilitate recovery.

If you’re the parent of an anxious child, check out the story at the link below to find how BRAVE therapy works.