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This review aims to provide a descriptive evaluation on the commonalities and differences across 15 evidence-based treatment protocols for childhood anxiety, with emphasis on guiding clinicians in mapping a personalized treatment plan that most fits a given child and family. The reviewed treatment approaches contain overlapping strategies that are common to theoretical frameworks of cognitive behavioral therapy, mindfulness, and acceptance and commitment therapy. This review suggests that most practitioners may select materials from any of the included programs, but are encouraged to provide at minimum techniques of psychoeducation, cognitive flexibility, and exposure-based strategies to youth with anxiety.

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