ADAA member Arash Javanbakht, MD, is interviewed on why psychiatrists should not be in the business of diagnosing the president. 
ADAA member Arash Javanbakht, MD, authors this article on why psychiatrists shouldn't be involved in presidential politics.
ADAA member Patricia Thornton, PhD, shares how to embrace anxiety instead of denying it in this article. 
ADAA member Debra Kissen, PhD, MHSA, talks about high-functioning anxiety and symptoms in this article. 
ADAA is mentioned in this article on school refusal.
ADAA member John T. Walkup, MD, shares the different types of anxiety that children face and how to help them cope.
ADAA member Debra Kissen, PhD, MHSA, shares her insights on the effectiveness of light therapy for treating seasonal affective disorder. 
In 2017, ADAA reached more than 25 million people worldwide struggling with anxiety, depression and co-occurring disorders through free resources including our website, webinars, podcasts, blog posts, monthly email newsletters, social media platforms and our online peer-to-peer support groups. With your support and the support of our expert member professionals, individuals and families struggling with anxiety and depression received help and hope. Together, we look forward to making an even greater impact in 2018 and to triumphing over anxiety and depression. With our best wishes for a healthy and peaceful 2018. You can view a full size version of our Year in Review here: https://adaa.org/sites/default/files/website-2017-ye_27127801.pdf
ADAA members Amanda W. Baker, PhD, Andrew H. Rogers, PhD and Naomi Simon, MD, MSc author this article on disentangling distress tolerance, emotion regulation, and quality of life in childhood trauma and adult anxiety.
ADAA member Jonathan Abramowitz, PhD, explains how stigma can prevent someone with OCD from receiving proper treatment. 

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