ADAA members Dr. Simon Rego and Dr. Anne Marie Albano hosted an ADAA Twitter chat on the topic of suicide prevention, where they shared warning signs, how to talk to someone about suicide and resources. Read a summary of the #ADAATalksSuicide Twitter chat here. 
ADAA members Meredith Coles, PhD, Breanna Grunthal, and Jacob Nota, PhD co-authored this study on the effect of living in areas with less sunlight on OCD. 
While ADAA is taking a break from offering live webinars this summer - you can still continue to learn and obtain CEs. Take advantage of this special summer discount on ADAA’s 2018 Conference audio-recordings and all on-demand webinars. For a limited time, both the CE Package and Non-CE Package of recordings from the 2018 Anxiety and Depression Conference will be available for 25% off! In addition, individual sessions can also be purchased for $30 each – a $10 savings.ADAA session recordings put Conference education at your fingertips so you can stay up-to-date on the latest in the field and enrich your professional development year round. Don’t miss your chance to save on these valuable resources! These deals won’t last long, so please visit ADAA’s On-Demand Learning Center today.
ADAA member Tracy Dennis-Tiwary, PhD authors this article on teen suicide. 
ADAA announces a Twitter chat on July 11th from 1-2pm ET hosted by ADAA members Dr. Anne Marie Albano and Dr. Simon Rego, who will be answering questions about suicide warning signs and how to talk about suicide with peers, friends, and loved ones. Follow @Got_Anxiety on Twitter and use the hashtag #ADAATalksSuicide to follow along with the chat, and to ask questions both in advance and on July 11th!  
ADAA member Helen Odessky, PsyD, shares how personality traits and anxiety are related in this article.
Rates of childhood depression have been rising in the last several years. Yet, information and awareness about childhood depression has not caught on at the same rate. Millions of people across the world wonder and doubt if children can get depressed. Many well-intentioned adults still believe that children ‘can’t get depressed. They are so young- what do they have to be depressed about? When we were that age, we were just happy’. Alongside misunderstanding is stigma and the idea that mental illness is a taboo subject. 
ADAA member Debra Kissen, PhD, MHSA shares why financial problems can lead to stress and depression.
It was not until my son returned from his freshman year at Emory University did he reveal what happened on our flight to Atlanta.  Now back home in Los Angeles, sharing college stories with his best friend Emily, Jason disclosed to us that he was so anxious about going to Emory he threw-up in the bathroom of the plane. Emily, who spent her first year at Tulane in New Orleans, candidly offered her opinion as only a best friend can do, “You’re such a barfer. Barfing is your go-to when you’re anxious.” I asked Emily, what was her go-to? “Oh I’m a crier. I called my mom crying everyday the first month of school.” 
ADAA member John Walkup, MD, is quoted in this article on managing anxiety in your child.