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  1. Exposure Treatments for Anxiety Disorders: A Practitioner's Guide to Concepts, Methods, and Evidence-Based Practice (Practical Clinical Guidebooks) by Johan Rosqvist, 2005-08-24
  2. If Your Adolescent Has an Anxiety Disorder: An Essential Resource for Parents (Adolescent Mental Health Initiative) by Edna B. Foa, Linda Wasmer Andrews, 2006-04-01
  3. What You Must Think of Me: A Firsthand Account of One Teenager's Experience with Social Anxiety Disorder (Adolescent Mental Health Initiative) by Emily Ford, Michael Liebowitz, et all 2007-07-10
  4. The Treatment of Anxiety Disorders: Clinician Guides and Patient Manuals by Gavin Andrews, Mark Creamer, et all 2002-12-23
  5. Handbook of Child and Adolescent Anxiety Disorders
  6. The Anti-Anxiety Workbook: Proven Strategies to Overcome Worry, Phobias, Panic, and Obsessions (The Guilford Self-Help Workbook Series) by Martin M. Antony PhD, Peter J. Norton PhD, 2008-12-19
  7. Generalized Anxiety Disorder Across the Lifespan: An Integrative Approach by Michael E. Portman, 2009-03-25
  8. The Age of Anxiety: A History of America's Turbulent Affair with Tranquilizers by Andrea Tone, 2008-12-30
  9. The Effective Teacher's Guide to Behavioural and Emotional Disorders: Disruptive behaviour disorders, anxiety disorders and depressive disorders, and attention ... disorder (The Effective Teacher's Guides) by Michael Farrell, 2011-01-20
  10. Oxford Handbook of Anxiety and Related Disorders (Oxford Library of Psychology)
  11. Child Anxiety Disorders: A Family-Based Treatment Manual for Practitioners (Norton Professional Books) by Bryce D. McLeod, Jeffrey J. Wood, 2008-04-17
  12. Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for Social Anxiety Disorder: Evidence-Based and Disorder-Specific Treatment Techniques (Practical Clinical Guidebooks) by Stefan G. Hofmann, Michael W. Otto, 2008-04-24
  13. Anxiety Disorders: The Go-To Guide for Clients and Therapists (Go-To Guides) by Carolyn Daitch, 2011-03-14
  14. Understanding And Treating Anxiety Disorders: AnIntegrative Approach To Healing The Wounded Self by Barry E., Ph.D. Wolfe, 2005-04

61. WorkingTowardRecovery
Information resource for the treatment of depression and generalized anxiety disorder signs, symptoms and causes.

62. Generalized Anxiety Disorder
Generalized anxiety disorder (GAD) Study. Generalized anxiety disorder(GAD) is a widespread and disabling condition that is associated
Generalized Anxiety Disorder (GAD) Study The goal of the current study is to test the effectiveness of a promising new cognitive behavioral treatment (CBT) for GAD. This new treatment, which is based on years of empirical research on the nature of worry in GAD, incorporates traditional elements of CBT with acceptance and mindfulness approaches to treatment. The goals of this new treatment include increasing mindful awareness of one's thoughts and feelings, encouraging acceptance of emotional experiences, and promoting action in valued areas of life. This study is funded The National Institutes of Mental Health and is directed by Drs. Lizabeth Roemer and Susan Orsillo. Individuals who have completed a comprehensive diagnostic interview at CARD and who have been diagnosed with GAD may be eligible for the study. These individuals will be contacted by project staff for a second, free assessment to confirm eligibility. Treatment consists of 16 weekly free individual therapy sessions with either a doctoral or doctoral candidate level clinician. Participants will be asked to practice new strategies and exercises (learned in therapy) as homework outside of the sessions. In addition, throughout treatment, assessment of changes in anxiety symptoms, quality of life, and other outcomes will be completed in order to assess treatment effectiveness.

63. Carl Young, M.D.
Psychiatrist with an expertise in the psychopharmacologic treatment of mood and anxiety disorders in Dallas, Texas offer patient handouts and clinic information.

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Carl Young, M.D. more about our practice patient handouts connect with the practice staff information I know seeking treatment is difficult, and therefore I try to make people feel comfortable. At the same time, I pride myself on being knowledgable on the latest treatments (see professional history in "About Us" section above). I am currently looking to develop my psychiatric practice in the North Dallas area and look forward to new patients.
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64. Social Anxiety - - Comprehensive Treatment For Social Anxiety,
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65. Mental Health, Mental Disorders, Mental Illness, Anxiety Disorder, Anxiety Attac
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  • Anxiety - All of us have experienced some form anxiety in our lives; those sweating palms before the start of an examination; the pounding heart on going to the stage, are features of Anxiety. Anxiety to an extent is useful in that it focuses our attention on the job at hand but too much of it and we just mess up everything. Find out what are the factors causing Anxiety and what you can do to handle it more effectively.
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    - Panic Attacks can resemble any thing from an Attack of Severe Anxiety to a Heart Attack. Panic Attacks can be very incapacitating, but at the same time seeking correct proffessional help goes a long way in treating them.
    - Depression, according to the World Health Organization, is THE THIRD MOST COMMON ILLNESS IN THE WORLD. It is more than just a bad mood or feeling low. The good thing is, it can be readily treated.
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    - A visit to a psychiatrist brings up images of a person lying down on a couch and the doctor taking notes, or images of a person hypnotizing you and knowing all about you. Contrary to all these psychiatrists use scientifically proven techniques which are pretty effective. Find out about the various therapies and techniques used in psychiatry.

66. Social Phobia / Social Anxiety Disorder:   Effective Treatment 2003
Information about Social Phobia treatment modalities.Category Health Mental Health Disorders Anxiety Social Anxiety......Social Phobia / Social anxiety disorder Effective Treatment 2003 Nothingfor Sale! Welcome and Enjoy! March 2003 Welcome to my website!
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Welcome to my website! Shy kid and Social Phobia (SP) since teens, my SP became pretty severe by late high school. At 26 I finally found out the name "Social Phobia" and that it was medically treatable. Substantial improvement in the quality of life is within the reach of most all with untreated Social Phobia. Current research is being done to promote earlier diagnosis and treatment (onset in the childhood or teenage years is common).
A Recent Abstract on Social Phobia:
Journal of Clinical Psychiatry 2001;62 Suppl 12:24-9
Comorbidity, Neurobiology, and Pharmacotherapy of Social Anxiety disorder.
Pollack MH, Department of Psychiatry, Harvard Medical School, Massachusetts General Hospital, Boston 02114
Symptoms of SP:
Social Phobia is a persistent fear of one or more situations in which the person is exposed to possible scrutiny by others and fears that he or she may do something or act in a way that will be humiliating or embarrassing. It exceeds normal "shyness" when it leads to excessive social avoidance and substantial social or occupational impairment. Feared activities may include most any type of social interaction, especially small groups, dating, parties, talking to strangers, restaurants, etc. Physical symptoms include "mind going blank", fast heartbeat, blushing, stomach ache. Cognitive distortions are a hallmark, and learned about in CBT. Thoughts are often self-defeating and inaccurate.

67. Anxiety Disorder And Panic Attack Support Community
Selfhelp for anxiety disorder, panic attacks, generalized anxiety disorder, anxiety attacks, phobias, Category Health Mental Health Disorders Anxiety Self-Help......We are an online support community for sufferers of anxiety disorders, panicattacks, depression, generalized anxiety disorder, phobias and anxiety.
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Unfortunately, many people who experience anxiety disorder or panic attacks suffer needlessly. There are effect treatments and strategies available, and many have returned to normal and lasting health. Discover how you too can return to normal and lasting health. Live symptom-free
After suffering with debilitating anxiety disorder and panic attacks for 12 years, the information at this web site helped me to regain my normal health, and has helped me to maintain my normal health for the last 16 years. Enjoy life. Take control and regain your health
The Ten Steps to Renewed Health is a must know for anyone experiencing anxiety disorder. This information will help you understand why you are feeling the way you are, how the physical and mental aspects work together, what you can do to help yourself get better, and what you can do to stay healthy.

68. General Anxiety Disorder (GAD) - MentalHealthChannel
General anxiety disorder (GAD)GAD strikes almost 5000000 people in theUS, including children, with vague, intense anxiety and panic.
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Everyone experiences anxiety as a normal reaction to threatening, dangerous, uncertain, or important situations. Psychiatric medicine classifies anxiety as normal or pathological. Normal anxiety can enhance some people’s function, motivation, and productivity, such as the person who works well under pressure. People with generalized anxiety disorder (GAD) experience pathological anxiety, which is excessive, chronic, and typically interferes with their ability to function in normal daily activities. Generalized or "free-floating" anxiety is distinguished from phobia because it is not triggered by a specific object or situation.

69. Anxiety And Panic Community
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70. R.L. Rubin, MD, Child Psychiatrist And ADHD Researcher
Practitioner and researcher in child and adolescent psychiatry. The site describes current research studies in ADHD and anxiety disorder medicines and helpful tips for parents. Based in Miami, Florida.

71. Saito Therapy Home Page
Saito therapy as treatment of anxiety disorder,social phobia, panic disorder and OCD.Category Health Mental Health Disorders Anxiety Treatments......SAITO THERAPY The best way to cure anxiety disorder. Our Dr Morita sufferedfrom anxiety disorder when he was a university student. He

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Our aim is to help people to relieve the pain of anxiety with a unique oriental approach. This site is run on a strictly non-commercial basis. We hope to stimulate a constructive debate about Saito Therapy amongst all those who either suffer from or seek to treat Anxiety Disorder What is Saito Therapy This therapy was developed by me (Mr Saito) as a result of suffering from and then curing my own Anxiety Disorder. Saito Therapy is a combination of traditional Japanese Zen meditation and Morita Therapy which was developed by Dr Morita in 1920s. Dr Morita suffered from Anxiety Disorder when he was a university student. He attempted to overcome this disorder by reading books, taking medication, practicing Zen meditation and all sorts of other therapies. But eventually he gave up trying and started studying hard for his exams. He was cured and he became professor of psychiatry at Jikei Medical University. He then began Morita Therapy and this therapy has been accepted as an orthodox method in Japan for nearly 80 years. But despite its reputation and prevalence, it is hard to find anyone who has actually been cured by it. I, myself, underwent Morita Therapy for a total of 4 months and saw no improvement.

72. Effexor XR OK'd For Social Anxiety Disorder
Effexor XR OK'd For Social anxiety disorder. WEDNESDAY, Feb. For more about socialanxiety disorder, visit the anxiety disorders Association of America.

73. Anxiety And Stress Disorders Institute Of Maryland (ASDI), LLP
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74. Guide To Resources For Anxiety And Panic Disorders
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75. APA HelpCenter: Get The Facts: How Therapy Helps: Anxiety Disorders: The Role Of
disorders? How can a qualified therapist help someone suffering froman anxiety disorder? How long does psychological treatment take?
Anxiety Disorders: The Role of Psychotherapy in Effective Treatment
Everyone feels anxious and under stress from time to time. Situations such as meeting tight deadlines, important social obligations or driving in heavy traffic, often bring about anxious feelings. Such mild anxiety may help make you alert and focused on facing threatening or challenging circumstances. On the other hand, anxiety disorders cause severe distress over a period of time and disrupt the lives of individuals suffering from them. The frequency and intensity of anxiety involved in these disorders is often debilitating. But fortunately, with proper and effective treatment, people suffering from anxiety disorders can lead normal lives.
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76. Real Solution Anxiety / Panic Workbook - Anxiety Disorder, Anxiety Management
Help for anxiety, anxiety disorder, anxietymanagement, panic disorder, relationships.
THE REAL SOLUTION ANXIETY/PANIC WORKBOOK ORDER WORKBOOKS "The Real Solution Anxiety/Panic Workbook gets to the foundational issues of anxiety problems." Anita Bohensky, PhD Anxiety and Panic Attacks are disorders affecting as many as 5% of all adults. The fear of having a panic/anxiety attack in a situation where escape is thought to be difficult can be debilitating. The Real Solution Anxiety/Panic Workbook offers skills for coping with anxiety/panic attacks, techniques to overcome fears, and assistance in increasing ones self-esteem and overcoming the original insecurity. Graduated homework assignments allow you to apply the newly acquired skills. The Workbook offerss both support for recovery, as well as incentive for doing the homework between sessions. The Workbook is designed for those who are unable to participate in The Anxiety/Panic Individual Program.
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77. Anxiety / Panic Individual Program - Anxiety Disorder, Anxiety Management
THE ANXIETY / PANIC INDIVIDUAL PROGRAM Anxiety and Panic Attacks are disorders affecting as many as 5% of all adults. The fear of having a panic/anxiety attack in a situation where escape is thought to be difficult can be debilitating. The Anxiety/Panic Individual Program offers skills for coping with anxiety/panic attacks, techniques to overcome fears, and assistance in increasing ones self-esteem and overcoming the original insecurity. Graduated homework assignments allow you to apply the newly acquired skills. The Individual Program offers both support for recovery, as well as incentive for doing the homework between sessions.
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  • Development of Anxiety/Panic The Anxiety Personality Profile The Causes of Anxiety/Panic Relaxation Physical Exercise The Pain Cycle Anxiety/Panic Attacks Are Not Dangerous Don't Fight Anxiety/Panic Separate First From Second Fear Desensitization The Phobia Hierarchy Utilize a Support Person Dealing With Resistance Tolerating Some Discomfort Reward Yourself for Small Successes Practice Regularly Expect and Know How To Handle Setbacks Self-Talk and Anxiety Self-Talk Subpersonalitiesconcept: Cognitive Distortions The Anxiety Scale Learning to Retreat Using Diversion Techniques To Reduce Anxiety/Panic Use Abdominal Breathing To Reduce Anxiety/Panic Use Coping Statements To Reduce Anxiety/Panic Constructing an Appropriate Phobia Hierarchy Practicing Imagery Desensitization Support Person Skills Identifying and Countering the Self-Talk of Subpersonalities

78. Anxiety And Panic Portal, Anxiety Attacks, Panic Attacks
A resource on anxiety and panic attacks compiled by people with first hand experience.Category Health Mental Health Disorders Anxiety Panic......panic portal helps people get over panic attacks and anxiety disorder,
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When a panic attack strikes, there seems little that can stop the onslaught of terror or the fear of losing control. We at Panic have all been through it. The restriction of breath, the increased heartbeat and terrifying thoughts. The good news is there is an answer. Discover how ' Panic Away ' , the fast selling online course for treating panic attacks is doing just that every day for people like yourself. 'Panic Away' is ending the cycle of Panic in peoples lives.
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79. Anxiety Disorders
Information, resources, and referrals for those suffering from anxiety disorders.Category Health Mental Health Disorders Anxiety......© 2002 anxiety disorder.
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When severe anxiety emerges and persists, our lives seem to take on a pervasive pall. We're convinced we'll never feel like ourselves again, that no one could understand what we're going through. Sometimes anxiety is milder, not so devastating, not so disabling, not so constantbut disturbing and bothersome nonetheless.
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Mental disorders are common in the United States and internationally. An estimated 22.1 percent of Americans ages 18 and older—about 1 in 5 adults—suffer from a diagnosable mental disorder in a given year. When applied to the 1998 U.S. Census residential population estimate, this figure translates to 44.3 million people. In addition, 4 of the 10 leading causes of disability in the U.S. and other developed countries are mental disorders, including major depression, bipolar disorder, schizophrenia, and obsessive-compulsive disorder.

80. CyberPsych Anxiety Disorders Pages
Welcome to CyberPsych anxiety disorders WebSite. Book Club Find recommendedbooks anxiety disorders and Depression and discuss your own favorites.
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Here you can find the information you need, and meet and talk to others suffering the same difficulties. CyberPsych is one of the first self help sites on the WWW. Enjoy exploring the interactive features and please share with me any comments you have about CyberPsych.
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