Tessa Reardon is a Postdoctoral researcher in the Departments of Experimental Psychology and Psychiatry at the University of Oxford. She completed her PhD on parents’ experiences of help-seeking for anxiety disorders in children at the University of Reading in 2018, and moved to Oxford 2019. She is passionate about helping ensure children with or at risk for anxiety problems access evidence-based support. Tessa has experience of a range of research methods and study designs (e.g. surveys, randomised controlled trials, qualitative studies, systematic reviews, measurement development).
Tessa Reardon summarises a systematic review, which reports on the specific clinical and psychological factors that predict persistent anxiety disorders.[read the full story...]