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Access to OUP resources on COVID-19
As part of our response to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic across the world, Oxford University Press has made content from online resources freely accessible to assist clinicians, practitioners, and researchers who are working to address this health crisis. Explore the complete list of resources.
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In 2020 the world suddenly and seemingly irrevocably changed. The Covid-19 virus, previously unknown, often lethal, and without a treatment, began to devastate populations around the globe. In this featured chapter from In the Aftermath of the Pandemic, John C. Markowitz describes the application of interpersonal psychotherapy (IPT) to treat the psychiatric consequences of Covid-19, and more generally to any terrible social disaster. IPT is one of many psychotherapies, and it is surely not the only route to treating post-Covid psychological symptoms, but many therapists and patients may find it a particularly useful approach. Learn more >>
Featured Chapter: Understanding Child Anxiety from Breaking Free of Child Anxiety and OCD: A Scientifically Proven Program for Parents
Anxiety problems are the most common mental health problems in children and adolescents. More specifically, studies indicate that between 5% and 10% of children from preschool through adolescence have a current anxiety problem. So what can be done? There are effective ways of overcoming anxiety that do not rely on knowing why a child has an anxiety problem. This book focuses mainly on one method of reducing anxiety through changes parents can make to their behavior. Read More >>