News & Updates

"Myth-Conceptions"

6/16/2011

Learn the reality behind common misinformation about anxiety disorders and treatments, including Internet scams.

New Podcast: Death Anxiety

6/16/2011

Dr. Patricia Furer describes death anxiety, when to seek help, and how it's treated. See the list of related resources for consumers and clinicians.

Participate in a Focus Group

6/13/2011

The Society for Neuroscience needs your input to develop a new website about brain and nervous system diseases and disorders. To participate in a focus group in Washington, DC; Los Angeles; or Chicago, answer a few survey questions.

What is CBT?

5/31/2011

Listen to this podcast about cognitive-behavioral therapy, or CBT, and how it's used to treat people with anxiety and related disorders. Dr. Dennis Greenberger explains it all.

Obsessed With Control

4/22/2011

Find out how Melissa, a 22-year-old college student, took control of her OCD.

Listen: What you need to know about social anxiety disorder

4/15/2011

Psychologist John R. Walker, PhD, explains social anxiety disorder and what you can do to overcome it.

Watch: How to reduce your stress in the workplace

4/15/2011

Psychologist Simon Rego, PsyD, discusses stress in the workplace and what you can do to reduce it.

The Difference Between Hoarding Disorder and OCD

4/5/2011

In a new video, ADAA member Elspeth Bell, Director of the Hoarding Program of the Behavior Therapy Center of Greater Washington, explains the difference between hoarding disorder and OCD and how to persuade someone to accept treatment.

Animated Anxiety Characters

4/1/2011

Animated characters describe anxiety and anxiety disorders--and the big difference between them.

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