What is a Twitter Chat?
ADAA hosts monthly Twitter chats to connect our followers with mental health experts from ADAA's professional community. The Twitter chat usually focuses on a pre-arranged mental health topic and a hashtag so participants can following along with the conversation. The chats are scheduled for a specific time and date, but questions and answers from past Twitter chats are archived below.
Past Twitter Chats
- #GotOCD - On February 7th, 2019, ADAA held a Twitter chat under the title #GotOCD. ADAA members Jonathan Grayson and Jenny Yip answered questions on types of OCD and treatment. Read the post-chat blog post.
- #HolidayDepression - On November 13, 2018, ADAA held a Twitter chat under the title #HolidayDepression. ADAA members Mary Alvord and Shane Owens answered questions on coping with depression during the holiday season. Read the post-chat blog post.
- #SocialAnxietyADAA - On October 11, 2018, ADAA members Dr. Debra Kissen @LightOnAnxiety and Holly Scott held a Twitter chat on social anxiety. Read the post-chat blog post.
- #ADAATalksSuicide - On July 11, 2018, ADAA members Dr. Simon Rego @psyd and Dr. Anne Marie Albano @AnneMarieAlbano hosted a Twitter chat under the hashtag #ADAATalksSuicide, where they shared their knowledge on suicide prevention and warning signs, and how to talk to a loved one about suicide. Read the post-chat blog post.
- #GotPanic? - On Thursday, May 17, ADAA members Dr. Debra Kissen @LightOnAnxiety, and Dr. Kevin Chapman @drkchap answered Twitter's questions around symptoms, management & the treatment of panic disorder. Read the post-chat blog post.