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Anksiozne motnje pri otrocih in mladostnikih

Bernarda Dobnik Renko

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Povzetek: Anksioznost je ena izmed najpogostejših duševnih motenj v otroštvu in mladostništvu. Če se anksioznih motenj ne zdravi, se simptomi sčasoma stopnjujejo in nadaljujejo v kasnejša razvojna obdobja. Pri zdravljenju je ključna čim zgodnejša obravnava, saj je za osebe z nezdravljeno anksiozno motnjo značilna manjša učna učinkovitost, opustitev šolanja in socialna izolacija. Učinkovita metoda zdravljenja je kognitivno-vedenjska terapija, glavna načela smo povzeli v tem članku.

Ključne besede: anksiozne motnje, kognitivno-vedenjska terapija, otroci, mladostniki


Citiraj:
Dobnik Renko, B. (2020). Anksiozne motnje pri otrocih in mladostnikih [Anxiety disorders in children and adolescents]. Psihološka obzorja, 29, 1–8. https://doi.org/10.20419/2020.29.505


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