Online Support and Intervention (OSI) for child anxiety: a case series within routine clinical practice
Claire Hill, Chloe Chessell, Ray Percy and Cathy Creswell (2022)
- This study conducted an initial evaluation of the clinical effectiveness, feasibility and acceptability of OSI within clinical practice, for treating a primary anxiety difficulty among 7- to 12-year-old children.
- The majority of children taking part showed reliable change in anxiety symptoms and reliable recovery by follow-up, and were discharged without needing further treatment for anxiety.
- Overall, these findings offer initial evidence that OSI is feasible, acceptable to families, and appears to be associated with good outcomes within routine clinical practice.