For Kids With Anxiety, Parents Learn To Let Them Face Their Fears

Jessica Calise checks on Joseph as he gets ready for bed. Joseph used to be afraid to sleep alone, but he has learned to be OK with it since his mother learned new parenting approaches.

For some kids with anxiety disorders, a new study suggests the best treatment might be teaching their parents new parenting skills.

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