"As a psychologist with an expertise in clinical hypnosis, I am often asked questions about how hypnosis works, how it fits into therapy in general, and anxiety treatment in particular." ADAA member Eric Spiegel, PhD authors this blog post on clinical hypnosis and anxiety treatment.
ADAA member Jennifer Shannon, LMFT shares her expertise on social anxiety disorder in this article.
ADAA member Elizabeth McIngvale, PhD shares her OCD journey and treatment options for patients in this article.
ADAA member Arash Javanbakht, MD shares his expertise on bipolar disorder in this Refinery29.com piece.
ADAA is delighted to be partnering with Mahkana to raise awareness about anxiety and depression. You can support ADAA's mission by purchasing their beautiful exclusive ADAA bracelet! 
On October 11, 2018, ADAA held a Twitter chat under the title #SocialAnxietyADAA. ADAA members Debra Kissen and Holly Scott answered questions on the signs and symptoms of social anxiety as well as coping tips and strategies.
As clinicians, scientists, and professors who are experts in the fields of anxiety, depression, and trauma, the recent media coverage of trauma and sexual assault have moved us to comment, not on the particulars discussed, but on the potential impact on the patients to whom we have committed our careers to help.
ADAA Board President Beth Salcedo, MD is interviewed about the rise of anxiety and depression on the October 1, 2018 Montgomery Channel television show Forward Motion (FOMO).
Join The Conversation! ADAA's Social Anxiety Twitter Chat - Thursday, October 11th, 2018, 2-3pm ET Social anxiety disorder affects approximately 15 million American adults and is the second most commonly diagnosed anxiety disorder following specific phobias. ADAA announces a Twitter chat on October 11th from 2-3pm ET hosted by ADAA members Dr. Debra Kissen and Holly Scott, who will be answering questions about social anxiety and sharing tips and coping strategies. Follow us @Got_Anxiety for more updates. Use the hashtag #SocialAnxietyADAA to follow along with the chat, and to ask questions both in advance and on October 11th!
ADAA past President Karen Cassiday, PhD, ACT explains the problem with clapping when one has a sensory integration disorder.