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Can school counselors deliver cognitive‐behavioral treatment for social anxiety effectively? A randomized controlled trial

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Social anxiety disorder (SAD) typically onsets in adolescence and is associated with multiple impairments. Despite promising clinical interventions, most socially anxious adolescents remain untreated. To address this clinical neglect, we developed a school‐based, 12‐week group intervention for youth with SAD, Skills for Academic and Social Success (SASS). When implemented by psychologists, SASS has been found effective. To promote dissemination and optimize treatment access, we tested whether school counselors could be effective treatment providers.
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Keywords: SASS; Social anxiety; adolescents; school counselors

Document Type: Research Article

Publication date: November 1, 2016

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