ADAA Board Member Sheila Rauch, PhD, ABPP and member Barbara Rothbaum, PhD, ABPP are featured in this article on experiencing military trauma at Fort Benning.
“Everyone has had their battles and fights with mental health, including myself, and I know that for me and many of my friends and peers, music can be a great relief and escape from our struggles with anxiety or depression.” Read AMG's Taking Action story to support ADAA here and learn about their benefit concert this Saturday in Philadelphia at 8pm ET! 
ADAA member Shala Nicely, LPC authors this article on dealing with OCD. 
ADAA member Debra Kissen, PhD, MHSA is interviewed on integrating technology into practice in this article.
“On some level, anxiety has positive qualities. It can motivate you to make change or alert us to something going on. The emotion of anxiety itself isn’t necessarily a bad thing,” says ADAA member Michael Ziffra, MD in this article on when you should seek help for anxiety. 
ADAA members Franklin Schneier, MD and Richard Zinbarg, PhD are featured in this article on the difference between anxious feelings and anxiety disorders. 
“These recommendations are taking something that is good and making it even better,” says ADAA member Michael Thase, MD in this Thrive Global article on depression. 
"They frequently become worried about the meaning behind these seemingly random feelings of anxiety,” says ADAA member Kristin Bianchi, PhD in this article on feeling anxious without a trigger.
“Our brain thinks we’re in danger and needs to deal with it immediately,” says ADAA member Debra Kissen, PhD, MHSA in this article on stress and anxiety.  
"Culture affects the way we express our thoughts, behaviors and emotions. It is therefore not surprising that there are cultural differences in the way anxiety and depression is manifested and treated." ADAA member Karen Martinez, MD, MSc, authors this blog post on the influences of cultural differences in the diagnosis and treatment of anxiety and depression.