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How to use Exposure and Response Prevention as a treatment method to help children and teens with OCD.

ADAA Member Aureen Pinto Wagner, PhD describes to measure your emotions and anxiety with "The Feeling Thermometer."

 

What is Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT)?  ADAA Member Aureen Pinto Wagner, PhD shares an introduction to CBT as a treatment option for your mental health journey including what CBT’s goals and core principals are, when it is generally used, and what to expect if seeking CBT…

If you are looking for CBT as your treatment option for anxiety or depression, ADAA members provide some questions and insight on what to ask clinicians.

ADAA sits down with Dan Rocker (International Paruresis Association (IPA)) and ADAA Member Ruth Lippin, LCSW to discuss paruresis, or Shy Bladder Syndrome. In this podcast we review what paruresis is, how it can impact ones life, and what treatment options…

What is Parent-Child Interaction Therapy (PCIT)? ADAA Member Erika Vivyan, PhD shares an introduction on PCIT as a treatment option for your child and discusses what PCIT's goals and core principals are, when it is generally used to treat, and what to expect.

What is CBT? Neal Sideman and Melanie VanDyke, PhD break down the treatment option and how it differs in treatment for anxiety or depression.

He is joined by a former anxiety sufferer who shares how she uses this breathing tool to reduce her anxiety and prevent panic attacks.

What is panic disorder? What is a panic attack? ADAA Member Shannon Weise discusses the physical symptoms and provides four tips for managing your panic.

 

Celebrating AAPI Heritage Month with a conversation with Tanaya Kollipara (@tanayawrites) about breaking the mental health stigmas in Asian American communities!

What is Exposure Therapy?   ADAA Member Taylor Wilmer, PhD shares an introduction on exposure therapy as a treatment option for your mental health journey and discusses what exposure therapy's goals and core principals are, when it is generally used to treat, and what to expect if seeking…

ADAA sits down with ADAA Members Emily E. Bernstein, PhD and Nicholas C. Jacobson, PhD to discuss what app-based therapies and the ongoing research in digital mental health.

If we are using an app, what does it mean for that app based therapy to be guided versus not guided?

When it's…

ADAA sits down with ADAA Member Jenny Yip, PsyD, ABPP and Ashley Bramhall, MA to discuss what burnout means, strategies to practice self-care, and how to find balance in your life.

Can you define what burnout means?

Dr. Yip: Well, I think there are many different definitions of burnout…

What is dialectical behavior therapy (DBT)? Experts Jeff Cohen, PsyD and Colleen Sloan, PhD share an introduction to DBT as a treatment option for your mental health journey including what DBT's goals and core principals are, when it is generally used, and what to expect if seeking DBT treatment…

What is Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT)? ADAA Member Barbara Waldfogel, LCSW shares an introduction to ACT as a treatment option for your mental health journey and discusses what the goals and core principals of ACT are, when it is generally used,, and what to expect if seeking ACT…

A Personal Story of Triumph from our Public Community - Andy's Story. I created this video because, for as long as I can remember, mental health has been a daily factor in my life-- something which has weighed me down…

ADAA sits down with ADAA Member Paul Greene, PhD to discuss the many aspects of trauma: what it is, how it’s different from PTSD and stress, and how to get help if suffering from a traumatic experience. 

What is trauma? 

Dr. Greene: Trauma is a stressful or disturbing exposure to a very…

ADAA went live on Instagram with Darius Dawson, PhD and ADAA Ally Tiara Johnson for a discussion on embracing black mental health, the importance of ally ship, and the mental health of black men.

Ben Eckstein, LCSW, discusses the use of exposure and response prevention (ERP) when treating contamination obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD). He explains hierarchies, which are the ratings of triggers that cause the least amount of anxiety to the most amount anxiety. 

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Throstur Bjorgvinsson, PhD, ABPP, gives an example of Exposure with Response Prevention, creating a hierarchy, doing exposures, and more. Presented in partnership with Anxiety and Depression Association of American (ADAA) and the International OCD Foundation (IOCDF). 

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Throstur Bjorgvinsson, PhD, ABPP, explains that cognitive behavioral therapy, or CBT, is a form of psychotherapy. It is effective in treating many different disorders, though CBT is done differently for different disorders. 

Presented in partnership with Anxiety and Depression…

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