The relationship between child and parent anxiety : assessing direction of change during a CBT-based intervention
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This document proposes a study to ascertain if a relationship exists between levels of child and parent anxiety symptoms during an intervention designed to decrease anxiety in youth. This document systemically describes family variables related to anxiety in youth at the individual, parent-child, marital, whole family, and extra familial subsystem levels, in addition to previous research analyzing parental anxiety and the direction of change between child and parent anxiety during youth-focused interventions. The study involves gathering anxiety symptom data from parent and child participants at 14 time points and analyzing it using dependent samples t-test, regression, and ANOVA repeated measure analyses. These analyses serve to answer the research questions of whether child and parent anxiety symptoms improve in a youth-focused CBT intervention for anxiety from pre- to post-treatment, whether there exists a significant relationship between the severity of anxiety symptoms in youth and parents surrounding a youth-focused anxiety intervention, and whether this relationship is consistent.
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