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New Podcast: Resistance to Treatment


Hear how doctors treat anxiety disorders with the goal of remission so people get well, not just better.

Animal Hoarding Explored on the Today Show


Watch a video of ADAA Board Member Karen L. Cassiday, PhD, discuss animal hoarding on the Today show.

Looking for a belated holiday gift?


ADAA offers brand-new items at Café Press: a T-shirt, golf shirt, coffee mug, and a tote bag.
Purchase through, and ADAA will receive an 8 percent donation at no extra cost to you.

Personal Triumph Over Panic


Find out how an excellent student, a talented singer and musician, and a competitive athlete overcame his debilitating anxiety and got his life back.

Self-Help Books


Check out the self-help books written by ADAA's experts, our professional members.

Health Care Reform: Key Provisions in Effect


Several key provisions of the Affordable Care Act became effective today, and many of them will improve the lives of those with mental health and substance use conditions.

New Podcast About CBT (Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy)


Psychologist Michelle Craske, PhD, talks about treatment resistance and what happens when CBT doesn't work at first. You tell us: Has CBT helped you? Take the poll on this page.

New Videos Offer Help for Anxiety and Stress


The Anxiety Disorders Association of America (ADAA) has partnered with to provide a series of seven free online educational videos on how to manage and overcome stress and anxiety.

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