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Anxiety disorder and obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD) in youth are prevalent and debilitating. Without effective treatment, prolonged symptoms can have significant adverse outcomes later in life. Currently, effective treatments for anxiety disorders often use a cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) approach. Specifically, for youth with OCD, the gold-standard, evidence-based cognitive behavioral treatment is CBT with exposure and response prevention. Although CBT reduces symptoms and improves overall functioning for youth with OCD or anxiety, this treatment is not effective for all youth.

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