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When is it Time to Consider Anxiety or OCD Medication for Kids?

Your child is balled up on the floor – again. She has been like this for hours. Nothing you do or say seems to penetrate her wall of pure terror. You remind her of all the tools she’s learned in therapy, but the words just drip off her limp body. It looks like another school day will be passing her by. How long can this go on? When should you start considering anxiety and OCD medication for her?

Your child isn’t functioning. Therapy isn’t helping. You aren’t helping. When is it time to consider anxiety and OCD medication?Your child isn’t functioning. Therapy isn’t helping. You aren’t helping. When is it time to consider anxiety and OCD medication?Your child isn’t functioning. Therapy isn’t helping. You aren’t helping. When is it time to consider anxiety and OCD medication?Your child isn’t functioning. Therapy isn’t helping. You aren’t helping. When is it time to consider anxiety and OCD medication?Your child isn’t functioning. Therapy isn’t helping. You aren’t helping. When is it time to consider anxiety and OCD medication?Your child isn’t functioning. Therapy isn’t helping. You aren’t helping. When is it time to consider anxiety and OCD medication?Your child isn’t functioning. Therapy isn’t helping. You aren’t helping. When is it time to consider anxiety and OCD medication?

 

Knowing when and if to start anxiety and OCD medication is a HUGE question. In fact, it is one of the most common questions I get in both my practice and online. So what is the right answer? It comes down to these 5 things:

 

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