The Clinical Assessor will deliver remote (Zoom, etc.) structured clinical interviews to parents of child participants (ADIS, preschool version) to obtain diagnostic and severity ratings, and will serve as the independent rater to measure change in anxiety symptoms over the course of therapy. They will work closely with pediatric anxiety expert Dr. Fitzgerald to ensure consistent administration of structured psychiatric interviews. This position involves up to 12 ADIS interviews (delivered remotely) per quarter; interviews occur over 2 hours and are clustered during the 2 weeks pre- and post-intervention. Training will take place in the context of the initial three interviews (with Dr. Fitzgerald) and in several 1-hour follow up consensus diagnosis meetings. Approximately 3 additional hours per quarter will be spent on maintenance of inter-rater reliability.
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