What do the changes mean to the DSM-5 mean for you? Some categories and criteria for anxiety disorders have changed, but they will not affect your ability to find treatment or your current health insurance. Find out more.
Learn about a strategy that teaches family members to shape treatment-seeking behavior in someone with an anxiety disorder.
Hurricane season starts June 1. Get tips for preparing for storms and other natural disasters, including how to talk to kids about weather-related anxiety and helping children after a traumatic event.
The May 20 tornado in Oklahoma devastated a town, including an elementary school. Children rely on parents and teachers to help them deal with their emotions related to traumatic events. Get tips to help them manage.
Watch ADAA's new film, which focuses on a college student who is overwhelmed by finals, his relationship, graduation, the prospect of looking for a job, and other real-world pressures. When he seeks help, his life turns around.
If you live on the East Coast and have an insect phobia, you might want to seek treatment before the next brood of cicadas emerges very soon. 
Anxiety is a normal part of childhood, and every child goes through phases, but many suffer from an anxiety disorder. Screen your child for an anxiety disorder.Learn about anxiety and depression in children.
Ms. Shannon, a licensed marriage and family therapist, describes effective treatments for social anxiety disorder in teens. Watch a video of a teen talking about her experience with the disorder and how she got help.
Find out why it's unlikely that you'll pass out or lose control during a panic attack. Learn  about more anxiety myths when you watch this webinar.
It’s not unusual for people who have experienced traumatic events to have flashbacks, nightmares, or intrusive memories when something terrible happens -- like the explosions at the Boston Marathon. Be tolerant of your nervous system: It’s having a normal reaction. Learn more.