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Anxiety Low Risk

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Based upon your responses to this Anxiety screening quiz, your child is at a low risk for an Anxiety diagnosis.

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This test is not a diagnostic tool. Rather, it is an instrument that may help you to determine if your teenage son or daughter may need to see a licensed mental health professional to be further evaluated for Anxiety.  It is recommended that you follow up with a mental health professional for a full evaluation.

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