OBSESSIONAL AVOIDANCE OF EVERYDAY DEMANDS

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Phil Christie introduces pathological demand avoidance (PDA), describes its symptoms in children and young people, and explains how therapists – and, through them, teachers and parents – can understand and work with it…

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