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“I’m grateful for the experience of my panic, because it taught me that there is no one-size-fits-all answer to panic and anxiety.”

Resolve and Resilience From Panic

Rita Zoey ChinThere was a time when basic things—like driving, climbing a flight of stairs, taking a shower, or going through the checkout line at the grocery store—landed me somewhere between mortal unease and full-throttle terror. It all began with a single panic attack that seemed to strike out of the blue. Mistaking it for a heart attack, I called an ambulance, but I quickly learned that there is no ambulance for an alarm of the mind.

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“If I can do it, so can you. I believe in you. I believe in recovery.”

"Just Perfect"

If anyoneHanne Arts had told me several years ago that everything would get better, I would have nodded while screaming disbelief inside my head. I thought things simply could not get better, that I'd be forever feel imprisoned in a dark room.

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“"I know from personal experience...getting anxious kids help early can be crucial in heading off more serious problems later in life."”

A Childhood Darkened by Severe Anxiety Becomes Brighter

Scott StosselChildhood anxiety, even severe and chronic, doesn’t necessarily stand in the way of success and achievement. But caring parents will do anything to help relieve their children of misery. Scott Stossel, the editor of The Atlantic magazine, tells his story of struggling, coping, and living a very productive life.

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Moody and Anxious Children: What to Do?

12/10/2015

New podcast: Dr. Mary Fristad explains the meaning of comorbid in a diagnosis and describes treatment options for children and gives parents questions to ask their children's mental health providers.

Mary Fristad

Moody and Anxious: What to Do? Treating Comorbid Bipolar and Anxiety Disorders in Children

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Mary A. Fristad, PhD, ABPP
Professor of Psychiatry & Behavioral Health and Psychology & Nutrition
The Ohio State University

Dr. Fristad explains the meaning of comorbid in a diagnosis and describes treatment options for children. She also provides questions for parents to ask their children's mental health professionals.

 

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Triumph!

11/1/2015

Chonda Pierce, comedianA depressed comedian found treatment and she triumphed over her depression. Discover what makes her say,  “Baloney!”

With Treatment Comes Triumph: Wills Murray

He went from someone who didn’t want to live to someone who loves every single day.

This golf coach says, “No matter how bad things seem, you were meant to win.”

After a Trauma

After the terrorist attacks in Paris, many people may find themselves struggling with symptoms of anxiety, stress and even posttraumatic stress disorder, or PTSD.


Coping With Panic Attacks

11/12/2015

Free webinar: Psychologist Jenny Yip will explain what happens to you during a panic attack and offer tips to help you cope.

With Treatment Comes Triumph: Chonda Pierce

“There are religions and cultures that look on mental illness as something you should be able to overcome by shear will.”

Growing up in the church as a preacher’s daughter, she was taught that depression was a great spiritual flaw. Her response? “Baloney!”

 

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