Psychology’s Kevin Chapman to address child anxiety on ‘Nick News’

“Worried Sick: Living with Anxiety” airs September 24

Kevin Chapman, associate professor of psychology and director of the Center for Mental Health Disparities, appeared on “Worried Sick: Living with Anxiety,” the September 24 episode of “Nick News with Linda Ellerbee.” The show features the stories of several children and adolescents coping with anxiety.

Chapman will talk about an African American child from Louisville who combats worry.

Additional Information: Worried Sick

About the Center for Mental Health Disparities

The mission of the Center for Mental Health Disparities is to promote mental health and wellness in historically underserved families within the community through behavioral science, education, and service. Through multidisciplinary faculty collaborations, the CMHD will engage in empirical rigor, community and university service, and dissemination of findings that subsequently lead to development of culturally sensitive therapies (CSTs). The CMHD promotes research, teaching, and training to the citizens within the community faculty, staff, and students at the University of Louisville for our increasingly diverse society.

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