Survey on Anxiety in Young People
by guest Edel Murphy,
Psychologist in Clinical Training HSE South-East University College Dublin
Eden Murphy is a PhD Clinical Psychology student in University College Dublin who is doing her placements in Disability Services. Her research area of interest is Autism Spectrum Disorder and Anxiety in Children and Adolescents. For her PhD she is designing a short online survey to obtain parents perceptions of their child/teenager’s anxiety levels. She would really appreciate our help in sharing this survey. If you are a parent or guardian of any child/teenager, please read on.
Please note, this survey is for parents and guardians of all children aged 8-18.
Dear parents and guardians,
As part of my UCD PhD in Clinical Psychology I am doing a 10 minute online survey about anxiety in children and teenagers (aged 8-18 years old). I am looking for parents of typically developing children and also parents of children with Autism to take part.
Your child does not have to have experienced anxiety before for you to take part.
I realise that you are probably inundated with requests to help out with research, but I would really appreciate your time and help!
You can access the survey by clicking on the link below:
Thank you so much for your time!
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