by David A. Raush, PhD

“What if” thinking is not unique to Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder (OCD).  It is a feature to a greater or lesser extent in several other conditions.  Using what we know about Exposure and Response Prevention (E/RP) for OCD might improve treatment for these other conditions.1 

by Karen Cassiday, PhD

What if you have the kind of anxiety that makes you feel trapped and panicky because of the stay at home orders due to COVID-19?

by Natalie Engel

It has happened to almost everyone at some time in their lives. You start feeling lightheaded, you can actually feel your heart pounding, you may be short of breath or have chest pain. It feels like you may be having a heart attack!

by Sheila Achar Josephs, PhD

Anxious teens are vulnerable to experiencing a panic attack, which is a frightening experience, especially since it can occur out of the blue.  A panic attack is a sudden and sharp rise in anxiety accompanied by physical symptoms such as racing heart, dizziness, numbness and shortness of breath. 

by American Foundation for Suicide Prevention

American Foundation for Suicide PreventionPeople who kill themselves

by American Foundation for Suicide Prevention

American Foundation for Suicide PreventionIf someone you know is thinking about suicide…

 

by Shane G. Owens

College is typically a challenging experience with some expected highs and lows. For some it is also the time during which common mental health problems start. Because of this, you have to talk to your kid about mental health before school starts.

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by Geraldine Donaher

Geraldine Donaher blog postWe’ve all heard about lifting the stigma of mental health, but the anxious and de

by Peter Roy-Byrne, MD

Peter Roy-Byrne, MDMedication treatment of anxiety is generally safe and effective. But it often takes time and patience to find the drug that works best for you.

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