Friends & Family
Patricia Gerbarg, MD
Assistant Clinical Professor in Psychiatry
New York Medical College
Richard Brown, MD
Associate Clinical Professor of Psychiatry
College of Physicians and Surgeons
If you think a family member may be suffering from an anxiety disorder, ask him or her to answer the questions below and print out the results to share with a health care professional.
To locate a specialist who treats anxiety disorders, visit the ADAA Find a Therapist.
Are you troubled by the following?
If someone close to you has an anxiety disorder, here are some ways you can help:
Almost all couples have their share of challenges. However, when half of a couple has an anxiety disorder, both partners face a new set of challenges, and other challenges may be exacerbated.