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Small Penis Syndrome: Characteristics and Self-Help Treatment SuggestionsWise Counsel Interview Transcript: An Interview with David Barlow, Ph.D. on the Nature and Treatment of Anxiety and Panic DisordersWise Counsel Interview Transcript: An Interview with Dr. Michelle Craske on Anxiety Disorders Research and TreatmentWise Counsel Interview Transcript: An Interview with Richard Heimberg, Ph.D. on Anxiety Research and TreatmentWise Counsel Interview Transcript: An Interview with Steven Phillipson, Ph.D. on the Nature and Treatment of Obsessive Compulsive Disorder (OCD)

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Dermatologists Often Undervalue Depression, Anxiety in PatientsOnline CBT Program Beneficial for Depression, AnxietyManaging AnxietyPanic Disorder, GAD Not Linked to Adverse Pregnancy OutcomesPreventive Psychological, Educational Programs BeneficialCBT, SSRIs Effectively Cut Anxiety Symptoms in ChildhoodChronic Pain Common in Adults With Depression, AnxietyBrain Scans Spot Where Fear and Anxiety Live10 Minutes of Meditation Can Up Focus for Patients With AnxietyMeditation Can Help Improve Focus in People With AnxietyDental Anxiety Has Consequences Beyond Tooth DecayHealth Tip: Overcoming Dental AnxietyOpioid Painkillers and Xanax or Valium a Deadly Mix: StudyHealth Tip: When Kids Have Separation Anxiety

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Anxious About OpinionsPossible OCD and Anxiety issues FearStay in Therapy Because I Like it?Is My Anxiety a Normal Reaction?What am I Supposed to do With a Hypochondriac Step Daughter?Need HelpHusband Continually Annoyed/Angry With MeHow Can I Overcome my Debilitating Shyness and Fear of Life?Really Desperate..Please HelpOCD and Trauma?DepressionI Don't Care For Anything, I Feel as Though I'm Wasting my Life.Unwanted ThoughtsAnxiety Has Taken Over My Life...CBT Therapy and TransferenceTransference IIOCD19 Yr Old Naive DaughterFear of ChokingHelpShould I be Worried?Too Much Time doing HomeworkFalling ApartCan't Stand NoiseWhat Is Intimacy, Exactly?Is She Ill?Social Anxiety, Depression and More...Do I Have Just Social Anxiety or Other Diagnoses Combined with SA? Need To Ask SomeoneFalse MemoriesHelp! Please!Two Year Old Son WanderedInfections and The BrainAre Personality Disorders For Life?I am Terrified of Death. AnhedoniaOur 23 Year Old Son Refuses to Get Help for His Anxiety Attacks and Depression. AnxietyAnxiety Disorder vs. Personality Disorder: Differences?Restroom PhobiaI'm Afraid I'm Going CrazyPost Brain Surgery Mental ProblemsWould Medication Help? obsessive strange thoughts about life and existentialismAm I Crazy?Is it Anxiety? Is it Normal to Be Like That?Depressed 19 year old college studentDepression helps to contribute to my unemployment! - Paula Relationship Anxiety DisconnectedI'm ScaredPlease help fix my mom. - Kenny OCD?Saving my SonScary thoughts, dark feelings, help?Swallowing fearIs there something wrong with me?I have PTSD and I feel nothingOCD CureRepressed MemoryI have OCD. Will this increase my child's chance of developing Autism?Crazy Thoughts20 Year Old Female: no friends, depressed, what should I do?unwanted thoughts!crazy thoughts... all the timeA very low threshold for stress toleranceWhy can't I get gross images out of my head?fear of expirationSPECIFIC PHOBIAanxiety or going crazy?OCBvisions of what could have beenabout depersonalizationobsessive compulsive disorderOCD/ANXIETY while pregnantAmnesiaSocial PhobiaConstant Counting DisorderAnxietyIs this OCD?Worried about my therapistNo FriendsTeenager...angst vs. mental health issuephobia regarding uncertaintyObsessed with running out of thingsDo I Have OCD?Do environmental factors hold a person back?Never Had a RelationshipShy Rural StudentNursing Student's AnxietyI'm Afraid They Are Judging MePart Time Work and StressAnxietyPanicBathroom PhobiaAnxiety?Mastery Of Anxiety And PanicVery Determined Panicker In The SouthPanicking BoyfriendAlternatives For Anxiety TreatmentIs Anxiety A Hereditary Factor?Unable To Keep Eye ContactIs It Really Panic? And How Do We Get HelpA Cure For Claustrophobia?Panic AttacksShyness And The Post Partum BluesKlonopinAlternative TreatmentCan't Afford TherapyDriving PhobiaIndecisiveAgoraphobia?Social FearA Cure For Anxiety?Panic AttacksFear of DrivingShy GuyAnxiety?Social AnxietyLinda writes:

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[2] Articles[2] Associations[2] Community[2] Government[17] Information[2] Journals[1] Research[2] Self-Help[2] Blogs[2] Podcasts[19] Apps

Conclusion

Matthew D. Jacofsky, Psy.D., Melanie T. Santos, Psy.D., Sony Khemlani-Patel, Ph.D. & Fugen Neziroglu, Ph.D. of the Bio Behavioral Institute, edited by C.E. Zupanick, Psy.D. and Mark Dombeck, Ph.D.

Anxiety is a normal, but highly subjective, human emotion. While normal anxiety serves a beneficial and adaptive purpose, anxiety can also become the cause of tremendous suffering for millions of people. Working from a biopsychosocial perspective, this article provided an overview of the origin and functional purpose of normal anxiety. The biological, psychological, and social factors that contribute to the formation and maintenance of (pathological) anxiety disorders were presented. The various anxiety disorders, theories, and associated treatments were reviewed. The treatment for anxiety disorders is based on a solid scientific foundation, grounded in research by experts from diverse fields. The research has investigated these biological, social, and psychological factors that contribute to anxiety disorders. This broad research base has led to the development of numerous, empirically-based treatments that have proven to be highly effective. As a result, thousands of courageous individuals have reclaimed their health, restored their functioning, and now enjoy richly rewarding and satisfying lives. The future remains optimistic for those who struggle with anxiety. We are confident that advancements in the treatment of anxiety disorders will continue to bring hope and relief to the people, and families, affected by these disorders.

 

Basic InformationMore Information

Small Penis Syndrome: Characteristics and Self-Help Treatment SuggestionsWise Counsel Interview Transcript: An Interview with David Barlow, Ph.D. on the Nature and Treatment of Anxiety and Panic DisordersWise Counsel Interview Transcript: An Interview with Dr. Michelle Craske on Anxiety Disorders Research and TreatmentWise Counsel Interview Transcript: An Interview with Richard Heimberg, Ph.D. on Anxiety Research and TreatmentWise Counsel Interview Transcript: An Interview with Steven Phillipson, Ph.D. on the Nature and Treatment of Obsessive Compulsive Disorder (OCD)

Latest News

Dermatologists Often Undervalue Depression, Anxiety in PatientsOnline CBT Program Beneficial for Depression, AnxietyManaging AnxietyPanic Disorder, GAD Not Linked to Adverse Pregnancy OutcomesPreventive Psychological, Educational Programs BeneficialCBT, SSRIs Effectively Cut Anxiety Symptoms in ChildhoodChronic Pain Common in Adults With Depression, AnxietyBrain Scans Spot Where Fear and Anxiety Live10 Minutes of Meditation Can Up Focus for Patients With AnxietyMeditation Can Help Improve Focus in People With AnxietyDental Anxiety Has Consequences Beyond Tooth DecayHealth Tip: Overcoming Dental AnxietyOpioid Painkillers and Xanax or Valium a Deadly Mix: Study

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[2] Articles[2] Associations[2] Community[2] Government[17] Information[2] Journals[1] Research[2] Self-Help[2] Tutorials[29] Videos[2] Blogs[2] Podcasts[19] Apps

Self-Help Groups

American Stroke Association (Division of American Heart Association)Social Anxiety Anonymous

Conclusion

Matthew D. Jacofsky, Psy.D., Melanie T. Santos, Psy.D., Sony Khemlani-Patel, Ph.D. & Fugen Neziroglu, Ph.D. of the Bio Behavioral Institute, edited by C.E. Zupanick, Psy.D. and Mark Dombeck, Ph.D.

Anxiety is a normal, but highly subjective, human emotion. While normal anxiety serves a beneficial and adaptive purpose, anxiety can also become the cause of tremendous suffering for millions of people. Working from a biopsychosocial perspective, this article provided an overview of the origin and functional purpose of normal anxiety. The biological, psychological, and social factors that contribute to the formation and maintenance of (pathological) anxiety disorders were presented. The various anxiety disorders, theories, and associated treatments were reviewed. The treatment for anxiety disorders is based on a solid scientific foundation, grounded in research by experts from diverse fields. The research has investigated these biological, social, and psychological factors that contribute to anxiety disorders. This broad research base has led to the development of numerous, empirically-based treatments that have proven to be highly effective. As a result, thousands of courageous individuals have reclaimed their health, restored their functioning, and now enjoy richly rewarding and satisfying lives. The future remains optimistic for those who struggle with anxiety. We are confident that advancements in the treatment of anxiety disorders will continue to bring hope and relief to the people, and families, affected by these disorders.