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Online INterventions To Treat Student Anxiety Disorders: A SSWN Research Brief

Online INterventions To Treat Student Anxiety Disorders: A SSWN Research Brief

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Editor’s Note: Here at SSWN we post Research Briefs (RBs) regularly. These RBs were completed by school social workers like you, taking research they’ve found and applying it to their school contexts. These RBs will describe research articles and what the particular study could contribute to your school social work practice, starting as soon as tomorrow. They will cover the kinds of things you see every day in your practice and (hopefully) be written in a way that you can use the information immediately. Today, we’re excited to share an RB by Rylie Dalton, a Loyola MSW student who has seen a lot of the students on her caseload dealing with anxiety during this pandemic time. She did her RB on the article “Online intervention to reduce pediatric anxiety: An evidence‐based review.”

Ms. Rylie Dalton, Loyola MSW School Social Work Student


About The Author

Rylie Dalton

Rylie Dalton, BSW, is a Master of Social Work Student at Loyola University Chicago. Rylie is a current Social Work MSW student who is specializing in schools. She will be graduating in May of 2021 and is currently interning in Chicago Public School District. Due to the pandemic finding online interventions have been essential in helping students succeed in school. This research found an online intervention that can help students reduce symptoms of generalized anxiety disorder.

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