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  1. The Mindfulness and Acceptance Workbook for Anxiety: A Guide to Breaking Free from Anxiety, Phobias, and Worry Using Acceptance and Commitment Therapy by John P. Forsyth, Georg H. Eifert, 2008-01-02
  2. Treating Generalized Anxiety Disorder: Evidence-Based Strategies, Tools, and Techniques by Jayne L. Rygh, William C. Sanderson, 2004-06-14
  3. Exercise for Mood and Anxiety Disorders: Workbook (Treatments That Work) by Jasper A. J. Smits, Michael W. Otto, 2009-06-01
  4. Anxiety Disorders Interview Schedule (ADIS-IV) Specimen Set: Includes Clinician Manual and One ADIS-IV Client Interview Schedule (Treatments That Work) by Timothy A. Brown, Peter DiNardo, et all 2004-11-11
  5. Heal Your Anxiety Workbook: New Technique for Moving from Panic to Inner Peace by John B. Arden, 2009-02-01
  6. I Bet I Won't Fret: A Workbook to Help Children With Generalized Anxiety Disorder by Timothy A., Ph.D. Sisemore, 2008-07
  7. The Anxious Brain: The Neurobiological Basis of Anxiety Disorders and How to Effectively Treat Them by Steven M. Prinz, Margaret Wehrenberg, 2007-03-17
  8. Generalized Anxiety Disorder: Advances in Research and Practice
  9. Anxiety Disorders: The Caregivers, Third Edition by Ken Strong, 2010-01-01
  10. Psychological Approaches to Generalized Anxiety Disorder: A Clinician's Guide to Assessment and Treatment (Series in Anxiety and Related Disorders) by Holly Hazlett-Stevens, 2010-11-02
  11. Acceptance & Commitment Therapy for Anxiety Disorders: A Practitioner's Treatment Guide to Using Mindfulness, Acceptance, And Values-Based Behavior Change Strategies by Georg H. Eifert, John P. Forsyth, 2005-07
  12. Panic and Anxiety Disorder: 121 Tips, Real-life Advice, Resources & More, Second Edition by Linda Manassee Buell, 2003-05-01
  13. Anxiety and Its Disorders, Second Edition: The Nature and Treatment of Anxiety and Panic by David H. Barlow PhD, 2004-01-28
  14. Anxiety Disorders

21. Facts For Health--social Anxiety Disorder
A comprehensive resource to identify and understand social anxiety disorder. For those who suffer, Category Health Mental Health Disorders Anxiety Social Anxiety......A public service site providing reliable and unbiased information aboutsocial anxiety disorder. A selftest helps assess the likelihood
Do you experience intense fear during social interactions? Do you avoid speaking in class or dining with co-workers? Do you start trembling and sweating at the thought of attending a party? If so, you may be suffering from social anxiety disorder, also known as social phobia. Social anxiety disorder can make you feel trapped, shut away from the world. But it doesn't have to be that way. Please read on to find out more about how to free yourself from this troubling but treatable (and surprisingly common) condition.

22. The Anxiety Panic Internet Resource (tAPir)
Learn about disorders such as panic disorders, agoraphobia, social phobia and children and anxiety.Category Health Mental Health Disorders Anxiety...... Agoraphobia extreme anticipatory fear that restricts one from leaving a safe-zone. Generalized anxiety disorder - jittery nerves all the time.
Anxiety Disorders A nxiety is part of normal human experience. We all know what it's like to get tense when threatened by something - to have butterflies in the gut before speaking to a crowd, to get weak-kneed in front of the opposite sex, to freak out around spiders or snakes, etc... (substitute your own scenario). These anxieties are common and understandable. Indeed, they may be an inevitable part of our biology, hard-wired into our brain through the process of evolution, a vestige of the times when seeing a tiger in the wild told the ancient man to run, and run fast. For some people, though, these moments of anxiety aren't isolated and rare like they are for most people. Instead, anxiety is a constant and dominating force that severely disrupts the quality and enjoyment of their lives and goes far beyond mere occasional "nervousness." An estimated 30 million Americans (including many Famous people ) suffer from an illness of the nervous system that is medically recognized as an "anxiety disorder." This illness manifests itself in many distinct but related forms that all share extreme debilitating anxiety at their core. Further information on these types of anxiety disorders can be read below. Panic Disorder seemingly spontaneous anxiety attacks at a disruptive frequency.

23. Being Afraid
Explores what anxiety disorders are, how people get them, and what can be done to treat them.
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Have you ever been afraid? Everyone has been scared at some time. Does a thunder and lightning storm make your heart beat fast? Maybe your mouth goes dry when your teacher announces a pop quiz, or your palms sweat when it's your turn to give your book report in front of the class. Perhaps you get butterflies in your stomach when you see the bully that picks on you. Everyday Worries
We all have fears from time to time. That's true no matter how big we are or brave we can be. Fear can even be good for you sometimes and even help you stay healthy. Fear of walking near the edge of a high wall can keep you from falling; fear of getting too close to a campfire may save you from suffering a bad burn; and fear of getting a bad grade on a test may make you study more. Being a bit on edge can also sharpen your senses and help you perform better in a recital or during a track meet. Some people even enjoy being a little scared. That's why they like to watch scary movies - or go on roller coaster rides.
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24. Mac Anxiety - Anxiety Disorders Clinic, Hamilton, Ontario, Canada
Specialized research and treatment. Includes descriptions, suggested readings, and links to online Category Health Mental Health Disorders Anxiety Treatments...... . . . See our Web Pages on Finding an anxiety disorder Specialistin Canada . . . Now Recruiting For The Following Research Studies
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25. Social Anxiety Disorder
situations is so severe that it disrupts your daily life and relationships to thepoint where you are sick with worry, you may have social anxiety disorder.
Social Anxiety Disorder
It's more than just shyness Most people feel shy or self-conscious in social situations. Speaking in public, going on a job interview or even asking for a date can make anyone feel shy or anxious. The symptoms are familiar: your heart pounds, your hands tremble or you feel like you have "butterflies" in your stomach. But this type of anxiety is temporary, and once you get through the situation, life goes on as usual. If your anxiety about social situations is so severe that it disrupts your daily life and relationships to the point where you are sick with worry, you may have social anxiety disorder. Social anxiety disorder is an excessive, persistent fear of social or performance situations. This website is designed to help you understand social anxiety disorder so that you or a loved one can distinguish its symptoms from normal anxiety and get the necessary treatment and relief. To learn more about Social Anxiety Disorder, please select from the following: Frequently Asked Questions About Social Anxiety Disorder Signs and Symptoms Who Suffers from Social Anxiety Disorder? What Causes Social Anxiety Disorder? ... Feedback REFERENCES [ADAA Social Phobia booklet, p1]

26. Welcome To Online Therapy: Self-help Information And Email Therapy, The Internet
Mental health resource for selfhelp information and email therapy dealing with life's problems including anxiety disorders and anxieties, phobias, self-esteem issues, obsessions, the blues, and depression.
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Greetings! And welcome to Headworks , the virtual workshop for your mind. If you're not dealing with things as well as you might; if you're not thinking, feeling, or acting the way you would like to; you just might find the help that makes a difference, right here.
Some of the goodies inside: In our Self-help library you'll be treated to some useful ideas about how the mind works. You'll also find tips, tricks and techniques you can use to take charge of what's going on in your specific mind. If this is your first time here, I recommend you start in the library. In our etherapy section you'll have the unprecedented opportunity to open a private email dialogue with your host; a collaboration devoted to helping you get from where you are now, to where you want to be.
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28. Social Anxiety Australia
A non profit service providing information, education, and support to people who live with Social anxiety disorder in this country. Facts, treatment options, resources, support groups, personal stories, workshops and seminars.
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29. Social Phobia/Social Anxiety Fact Sheet
A NonProfit Organization FACT SHEET. Social anxiety disorder (social phobia)is the third largest mental health care problem in the world.
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Social Anxiety Disorder (social phobia) is the third largest mental health care problem in the world. Latest government epidemiological data show social phobia affects over 7% of the population at any given time. The lifetime prevalence rate (i.e., the chances of developing social anxiety disorder at any time during the lifespan) stands at above 13%. Definition: Social anxiety is the fear of social situations that involve interaction with other people. Put another way, social anxiety is the fear and anxiety of being judged and evaluated by other people. If a person usually becomes anxious in social situations, but seems fine when they are alone, then "social anxiety" may be the problem. Perceptions : People with social anxiety are many times seen by others as being shy, quiet, backward, withdrawn, inhibited, unfriendly, nervous, aloof, and disinterested. People with social anxiety want to be "normal" socially, they want to make friends and they want to be involved and engaged in social interactions.

30. Advanced Search
Social anxiety disorder A Common, Underrecognized Mental Disorder. Syndromecomorbidity in patients diagnosed with a DSMIII-R anxiety disorder.

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Social Anxiety Disorder: A Common, Underrecognized Mental Disorder
University of Illinois College of Medicine at Peoria, Peoria, Illinois
A patient information handout on social phobia, written by the authors of this article, is provided on page 2322. See editorial
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F or years, social anxiety disorder, also known as social phobia, has been underrecognized and undertreated. That situation is beginning to change, however, because recent research has shown that the disorder is highly prevalent, chronic in its untreated course, often associated with comorbid mental and substance-related problems, and capable of disabling those who have it. We now know more about recognizing social phobia and the types of interventions to which it is responsive. Clinical Features Social phobia is an intense, irrational and persistent fear of being scrutinized or negatively evaluated by others. The Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders, 4th ed. (DSM-IV)

31. Anxiety And Panic Hub - Anxiety Attacks, Panic Attacks
Offers information, resources and support for people with this class of disorder.Category Health Mental Health Disorders Anxiety......The Anxiety Panic Hub provides information,resources and world wide support forpeople who experience panic attacks,or an an anxiety disorder and agoraphobia.
We subscribe to the HONcode principles of the Health On the Net Foundation Celebrating our Fifth Year on the Internet ! Have you ever thought that you can take the power back from your anxiety disorder? It can seem so difficult as our panic, anxiety and fears seem to have the power of us. But we can change this. We can take back our power. We just need to be shown how. How do we know? We have been there. We know. We know the frustration, we know the feelings of helplessness, hopelessness, we know the daily struggle in trying to get our lives back. And we also know that we can. We did. And we have been teaching other people with an anxiety disorder how to do this with our Australia and New Zealand Mental Health Award winning Mindfulness Cognitive Panic Anxiety Management Workshops. Our main focus is to teach people how to Take Back the Power from their anxiety disorder and this is reflected throughout our site. We do not provide medical advice and our website is not a replacement for professional treatment, but complimentary to it. Much of the information provided on our site is based not just on our own experience, but also the experience of thousands of other people who have attended a workshop, participated in one of our own research projects or who have given us feedback via email. Like us.....

32. - Anxiety - Panic Resource Center
Medical news, information, books, articles, links, message boards, and more on anxiety and panic disorder.Category Health Mental Health Disorders Anxiety...... This isn't shyness, but anxiety and fear taken to the extreme. Facts About Generalizedanxiety disorder (GAD) Do you suffer from chronic worry and tension?
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33. Social Anxiety Disorder - Richard A. Preuit, M.A., LMFT
Professional help to overcome and/or learn ways to better manage their disorder.Category Health Mental Health Disorders Anxiety Social Anxiety......Social anxiety disorder Richard A. Preuit, MA, LMFT Social PhobiaCognitive Behavior Group Individual Treatment Options. Social
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Social Anxiety Disorder also known as Social Phobia can be successfully treated! Welcome, this is a website designed especially for those who suffer from Social Anxiety Disorder and are seeking professional help to overcome and/or learn ways to better manage their disorder.
Often someone with SAD suffers profound loneliness and intense emotional pain in an attempt to avoid rejection and/or the scrutiny of others while at the same time truly yearning for connection, friendship and intimacy. But today there is good reason to have HOPE that you can break the patterns that result in isolation and withdrawal from life.
I am a licensed therapist who understands personally what it is like to have social anxiety. I do not know of or pretend to offer a quick...simple..."CURE" because to date there isn't one. But SAD is clearly treatable, and for most sufferers real improvement is indeed achievable.
The materials I use have been specifically developed for the treatment of SAD. I have current training in and use the latest cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT) techniques. I offer both individual and group therapy for social anxiety/phobia. In individual therapy, a general treatment objective/milestone is active participation in a SAD CBT group. My general therapy approach is to provide brief (14-25 sessions), goal-focused, cost-effective treatment that is delivered in a warm, safe and understanding therapeutic environment.

34. Smoking May Lead To Anxiety Disorders In Adolescents And Young Adults
Recent research shows that tobacco products may cause anxiety, panic attacks and fear of leaving home.
Research Findings Volume 16, Number 1 (March, 2001)
Smoking May Lead to Anxiety Disorders in Adolescents and Young Adults
Using a wealth of data obtained through a 25-year longitudinal study, NIDA-funded researcher Dr. Judith Brook of the Mount Sinai School of Medicine in New York, Dr. Patricia Cohen of Columbia University in New York, and their colleagues have documented adverse effects of smoking in several critical areas of functioning during young adulthood. Most recently, the team has reported a connection between tobacco use by adolescents and young adults and the likelihood that they will develop agoraphobia (fear of leaving home or of the outdoors), generalized anxiety disorder, or panic disorder. Analyzing data from their Children in the Community study, funded by NIDA and the National Institute of Mental Health, the researchers were able to separate the effects of smoking from the effects of age, gender, childhood temperament, alcohol and other drug abuse, and depression among the adolescents, as well as parents' smoking, education, and behavioral and/or mental health problems. The researchers interviewed 688 youths and their mothers in 1983, between 1985 and 1986, and again between 1991 and 1993. A total of 69 of the youths smoked heavily - at least 20 cigarettes every day - and experienced an anxiety disorder during adolescence, early adulthood, or both. Of these 69 youths, 29 (42 percent) began smoking before they were diagnosed with an anxiety disorder. The remaining 40 youths were split between those who were diagnosed with anxiety disorders before they reported heavy smoking (13, or 19 percent) and those who reported smoking and were diagnosed with anxiety disorders at the same interview session (27, or 39 percent).

35. The Social Anxiety Network Home Page
Defines, describes, and provides treatment alternatives for social anxiety disorder (social phobia) .Category Health Mental Health Disorders Anxiety Social Anxiety......The Social Anxiety Network comprehensively covers Social anxiety disorder(social phobia), the third largest mental health care problem.
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36. American Psychiatric Association -
Generalized anxiety disorder People with generalized anxiety disorder (GAD) experienceongoing, exaggerated tension that interferes with daily functioning.

37. Mental Help Net - Anxiety Disorders
Provides thorough information about symptoms, products, and treatments regarding anxiety, from Mental Category Health Mental Health Disorders Anxiety...... But if you have an anxiety disorder, this normally helpful emotion can do justthe opposite it can keep you from coping and can disrupt your daily life.

38. Panic Disorder, Separation Anxiety Disorder, And Agoraphobia In
Describes signs and symptoms, ways it can be disguised, possible causes, definitions, examples, medical Category Health Mental Health Disorders Anxiety......Panic disorder, Separation anxiety disorder, and Agoraphobia in Children andAdolescents. by Jim Chandler, MD. Part 1. Separation anxiety disorder.
Panic disorder, Separation Anxiety disorder, and Agoraphobia in Children and Adolescents
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What are panic attacks? How can you be sure that what happened was a panic attack and not some other medical problem?
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Table Of Contents Up to 12% of ninth graders have had a panic attack. About 1-2% of all adults have multiple panic attacks. If you look at adults with panic disorder, 20% had their first panic attack before age 10. The first question is, What is a panic attack? Here are the official criteria:
Panic Attack
A discrete period of intense fear or discomfort, in which four (or more) of the following symptoms developed abruptly and reach a peak within 10 minutes:
  • 1. palpitations, pounding heart, or accelerated heart rate 2. Sweating 3. Trembling or shaking 4. Sensations of shortness of breath or smothering 5. feeling of choking

39. Department Of Psychiatry
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40. EFFEXOR® XR Approved For The Treatment Of Social Anxiety Disorder
that the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) approved EFFEXOR® XR (venlafaxineHCl) for the treatment of patients with social anxiety disorder (SAD), which
Public release date: 11-Feb-2003
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EFFEXOR® XR approved for the treatment of social anxiety disorder
First SNRI proven effective in treatment of this disabling condition
Madison, NJ, February 11, 2003 Wyeth (NYSE:WYE) announced today that the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) approved EFFEXOR (R) XR (venlafaxine HCl) for the treatment of patients with social anxiety disorder (SAD), which may affect up to 13 percent of Americans at some point in their lives. EFFEXOR XR, already approved for the treatment of depression and generalized anxiety disorder (GAD), is the first available serotonin-norepinephrine reuptake inhibitor (SNRI), and is believed to increase the levels of two key brain chemicals thought to be deficient in individuals suffering from depression and anxiety disorders. EFFEXOR XR is the only SNRI approved for use in this broad range of mood disorders. The FDA approved EFFEXOR XR as treatment for SAD based on studies that demonstrate the drug's significant effectiveness as a short-term treatment for patients with SAD. "Social anxiety disorder is a debilitating illness that can greatly disrupt an individual's daily life, yet the disorder is widely undertreated," says Michael R. Liebowitz, M.D., professor of clinical psychiatry at Columbia University, director of the Anxiety Disorders Clinic at the New York State Psychiatric Institute, and lead investigator of one of the two pivotal EFFEXOR® XR SAD studies. "Now that EFFEXOR XR is available for SAD, we have a different kind of treatment option to help alleviate the disabling symptoms of this illness."

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