ADAA members Stacia Casillo, PsyD and Carolyn Rodriguez, MD, PhD talk about fear vs. phobia in this article and how therapy can help.
ADAA member Reid Wilson, PhD's ADAA panic attack blog post is mentioned in this article on the difference between a panic attack and a heart attack. 
For people with anxiety, depression, or addictions, the internet can be helpful or harmful. While we can find new information, connect to resources, and use creative online coping mechanisms, the online world can be a trap and become a new place for us to engage in unhealthy, maladaptive behaviors.
ADAA member Debra Kissen, PhD, MHSA shares how to help someone suffering from depression in this article. 
In this blog post we will provide a description of Problematic Internet Use, describe screening measures existing in the field and key unanswered questions, provide clinical patients examples, introduce COST project, suggest a design of an upcoming study, describe applications (“apps”) available for intervention, and will seek patient advocates feedback for the proposed study design, screening measures development and feedback on different digital apps available.
I started crying as I sat in my car after my last radiation treatment, looking at the diploma they gave me printed on cheap copy paper from the office. 
ADAA member Kevin Chapman, PhD shares why people overthink and how to conquer overthinking in this article.
ADAA's President-Elect Luana Marques, PhD, authors this article on how to know whether you have anxiety or worry. 
ADAA members Michelle G. Craske, PhD and Alexander Bystritsky, MD are quoted in this article about anxiety in Hollywood.
ADAA member Mary Alvord, PhD is mentioned in this article on how to talk to your kids about sensitive topics.