School anxiety is personal for therapist whose son has special needs

08/10/2011 | Atlanta Journal-Constitution, The

Atlanta psychologist Dr. Elizabeth McCampbell, whose son has Tourette's syndrome, draws on personal experience when offering counsel and therapy to children experiencing anxiety about school. "Until you have experienced these problems, you cannot even begin to understand," McCampbell said. "You are the one who knows the typical behavioral techniques don't seem to work without some tweaking. I empathize with all mothers who've had to deal with school anxiety in particular."

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