Myth Busting Anxiety recording

Matt Kempen
Marketing Manager for ACAMH

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Part of our Myth Busting saw Chloe Chessell, University of Reading, looked at the evidence-base, focus on the facts, and bust some myths when it comes to Anxiety. Plus answered your questions.

Slides from the session

Anxiety disorders in children and young people are common and can have a significant impact on mental health and well-being. Anxiety disorders can affect family, school and social life, leisure activities and educational achievement and they often occur alongside other mental health problems. They are particularly prevalent in children with autism spectrum disorder and ADHD.

Key things learnt:

  • Latest evidence
  • Practical tips and advice
  • How to make their life, and your life easier

About the speakers

Chloe Chessell
Chloe Chessell

Chloe Chessell is a PhD Student at the University of Reading. Chloe’s research involves identifying ways to best support parents of children with OCD. Chloe works collaboratively with Berkshire CAMHS and has helped to facilitate workshops for parents of young people with OCD.

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