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.
Upcoming Live Twitter Chats
Live Twitter Chat: Wednesday, May 15 - 2:00 - 3:00 pm ET. #MythBusters
In honor of Mental Health Awareness Month, ADAA will hold a Twitter Chat on May 15, 2019 from 2:00-3:00 pm ET under the title: #Mythbusters. ADAA member experts Dr. Kevin Chapman, PhD, and Dr. Debra Kissen, PhD, MHSA, will be hosting the chat which will focus on common myths surrounding anxiety and the actual corresponding facts. Use the hashtag #Mythbusters to join the conversation and ask questions!
We invite you to share this exciting event with friends, family and colleagues using our graphic! Be sure to follow @Got_Anxiety for updates about this chat.
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.