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Fear Facers Summer Camp featured in The New York Times

Fear Facers Summer Camp In its third year, the Fear Facers Summer Camp is receiving recognition by The New York Times. Fear Facers Summer Camp is a one or two-week camp session hosted by the Center for OCD, Anxiety, and Related Disorders (COARD)…

Fear Facers Summer Camp

Campers and counselors listen to UF Student Athletes talk about performance and academic anxieties and hope they cope. June 18 – 22nd UF Health Medical Psychology and the…

Summer camp helps kids face fears, aids UF researchers

Fear Facers Summer Camp, organized by UF’s Center for OCD, Anxiety & Related Disorders (COARD), is for children ranging from ages 7 to 15 with phobias, obsessive-compulsive disorder and anxiety. The camp is an alternative way for children to receive therapy and challenge themselves to overcome daily struggles.

Kids face fears at camp

The Department of Psychiatry hosted Fear Facers Day Camp to allow kids aged 6 to 14 to challenge their anxieties in a fun, safe environment.