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Adolescent Social Anxiety

Adolescent Social Anxiety
UQ Psychology Clinic
Thursday, 29th July 2010

Do you fear criticism or rejection from others? The University of Queensland Psychology Clinic is running a group treatment for young people (aged 15 – 19 years) with Social Anxiety. Social Phobia is a fear of being negatively judged by others. People may fear they will be embarrassed or do something wrong in social situations. The treatment program is an evidence-based Cognitive-Behaviour Therapy (CBT) group program focusing on providing skills that will help manage anxiety in social situations. The group treatment program will run for 8 weeks and commence in late July.
Those interested in finding out more about our program can contact The Clinic on 3365 6451 or see our website:

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