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Coping With The Mental Health Aspects of Tourette’s in Children

Our Clinical Director, joined other leading pediatric mental health experts in a special 60 minute webinar focused on: Understand the mental health challenges that often accompany Tourette’s.

Effectiveness of Intensive Virtual Treatment for Pediatric Anxiety and OCD 

In light of the growing pediatric mental health crisis and long wait times to see an in-person therapist, a team of mental health leaders from the nationally recognized McLean Anxiety Mastery Program (MAMP) conducted research regarding the benefits of videoconferencing-based cognitive behavioral therapy (VCBT) for intensive treatment of pediatric anxiety and OCD.

Why Measuring Mental Health Improvement Matters

It’s critical that we address pediatric mental health and create access to a proven specialty care model that targets specific needs. At InStride Health, we’re taking on the broken mental health system by offering insurance-based access to a coordinated clinical team with the training, expertise, and evidence-based treatment approach specifically designed for the needs of pediatric anxiety and OCD.

First Annual Outcomes Report

InStride Health, a specialty pediatric anxiety and OCD treatment provider, released its first annual outcomes report. Based on treatment of over 350 patients, InStride Health demonstrated clinically meaningful results of its coordinated care model.

Anxiety and OCD Q&A

This Q&A webinar presented in partnership with the ADAA is designed for parents and caregivers featuring experts Drs. Mona Potter & Kathryn Boger. The conversation provides answers to help you learn practical strategies to empower both you and your child to understand their worries and manage their anxiety and or OCD. This session empowers you with knowledge and resources to help your child thrive.

Step By Step

Hear Dr. Kathryn Boger, InStride’s Chief Clinical Officer, read “Step by Step”, her new book about facing fears

Parenting Your Child With Anxiety

Parenting is hard. Parenting a child who has anxiety can be even more challenging, leaving you feeling drained and unsure of the best approach. Here are some things you can do to effectively support your child (and yourself!) when they are struggling with high levels of anxiety.

How To Steer Through Back-To-School-Stress: A Parent’s Guide

Earlier this month, Dr. Mona Potter, our co-founder and Chief Medical Officer, and other leading pediatric mental health experts in a special 60 minute webinar focused on helping parents identify the signs and triggers of back-to-school stress and anxiety for their children.

The Desperate Search for Child Anxiety Treatment

When children are having difficulty accessing evidence-based therapy due to the severity of their symptoms, medication augmentation is considered. Unfortunately, finding appropriate help is often an arduous task. Astonishingly, eighty percent of children and teenagers with anxiety disorders do not receive the treatment they need.

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