Impact of childhood anxiety on family functioning in a cognitive behavioral therapy treatment program with parent training
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This study will investigate the relation between family functioning and child anxiety during a cognitive behavior therapy (CBT) intervention for youth with anxiety and their families, including whether child anxiety level can predict family functioning levels post-treatment when controlling for pre-treatment levels of anxiety and family functioning. The study will include analyses at multiple time points. Also assessed will be whether adding a parent component to CBT treatment for children with anxiety will help predict overall family functioning. Data analytic methods used will be a Pearson product-moment correlation for the first research question and a linear multiple regression design for the second and third questions.