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         Anxiety Disorder:     more books (104)
  1. The Handbook of Phobia Therapy: Rapid Symptom Relief in Anxiety Disorders
  2. Acceptance- and Mindfulness-Based Approaches to Anxiety: Conceptualization and Treatment (Series in Anxiety and Related Disorders)
  3. Textbook of Anxiety Disorders by Dan J. Stein, 2009-08-14
  4. Anxiety Disorder and Panic Disorder, Causes, Symptoms, Signs, Diagnosis and Treatments by National Institute of Mental Health, National Institutes of Health, et all 2008-10-27
  5. Anxiety Disorders in Children and Adolescents: Research, Assessment and Intervention
  6. Concepts and Controversies in Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder (Series in Anxiety and Related Disorders)
  7. Mastery of Your Anxiety and Panic: Therapist Guide (Treatments That Work) by Michelle G. Craske, David H. Barlow, 2006-12-14
  8. Mastery of Your Anxiety and Worry (MAW): Therapist Guide (Treatments That Work) by Richard E. Zinbarg, Michelle G. Craske, et all 2006-03-23
  9. Diagnosis and Treatment of Anxiety Disorders: A Physician's Handbook by Thomas J. McGlynn, 1991-06
  10. Biology of Anxiety Disorders (Progress in Psychiatry) by Rudolf, M.D. Hoehn-Saric, 1993-01
  11. Growing Up With Anxiety Disorder by Mark Arthur Pagel, 2003-01-15
  12. Evidence-Based Treatment Planning for Social Anxiety Disorder DVD Workbook (Evidence-Based Psychotherapy Treatment Planning Video Series) by Arthur E. Jongsma, Timothy J. Bruce, 2010-06-01
  13. Free Yourself From Anxiety: A self-help guide to overcoming anxiety disorders by Emma Fletcher, Martha Langley, 2009-08-15
  14. Fears, Phobias and Rituals: Panic, Anxiety, and Their Disorders by Isaac Marks, 1987-04-30

81. Social Anxiety Support
Provides stuctured interactive forums and special programs to helpthose who suffer from social anxiety disorder (social phobia).
This on-line support group provides interactive forums and special programs to help those who suffer from social anxiety disorder (social phobia). discussion forums what's new? "I've never seen a problem with anxiety that can't be helped, no matter how severe or chronic it may have been. If you are willing to do what it takesobtaining effective treatment along with making necessary lifestyle changesyou will see a substantial improvement. With commitment and persistence, you will regain the peace of mind and quality of life that you truly want." Edmund Bourne, Ph.D.
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82. Social Phobia Help Center For Social Anxiety Disorder
SAD and SD help resources and peer interaction.Category Health Mental Health Social Anxiety Support Groups......Social anxiety disorder Social Phobia Resources!!! FREE help resources peer interaction for people with Social anxiety disorder/ Social Phobia.
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83. Pfizer | Who We Are | News | News Release
ZOLOFT® RECEIVES FDA APPROVAL FOR TREATMENT OF SOCIAL anxiety disorder. Socialanxiety disorder is the most common anxiety disorder in the United States.
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First Selective Serotonin Reuptake Inhibitor Approved for Long-Term Treatment of Social Anxiety Disorder NEW YORK, February 10 Zoloft is the first and only selective serotonin reuptake inhibitor (SSRI) approved in the United States for long-term treatment in patients with this condition. Two double-blind, placebo-controlled trials including more than 600 patients demonstrated that Zoloft was significantly more effective than placebo in reducing the anxiety, fear and avoidance behaviors experienced by people with social anxiety disorder, also known as social phobia. In one of these studies 53 percent of patients receiving Zoloft responded to treatment compared to 29 percent of placebo patients. Patients enrolled in the study had a mean duration of social anxiety disorder for nearly 21 years. "Social anxiety disorder is the most common anxiety disorder in the United States. It affects work functioning, social relationships and also impairs quality of life," said Cathryn Clary, MD, Senior Medical Director, Pfizer Inc. "Zoloft's demonstrated efficacy in both acute and long-term treatment provides an important new option for people suffering from this disorder."

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86. Generalized Anxiety Disorder - Sedona Method
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88. Anxiety Disorders Foundation Of Australia (NSW Branch) Inc
One in twelve Australians (ie.1,360,000) suffer from an anxiety disorder.Many people Santillo. Generalised anxiety disorder. Diagnostic
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    The Anxiety Disorders Foundation of Australia NSW Branch Inc (ABN 67 294 601 090, Registered association No Y2404003, Registered charity CFN 15468) is closing down. For information on treatment for anxiety disorders please contact the NSW Anxiety Disorders Alliance on 02 9570 4519 or 1 800 626 055 or check our list of specialist clinics. Any correspondence about the foundation can be sent to
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    The Anxiety Disorders Foundation was formed in South Australia in January 1992 by a group of consumers and mental health professionals. The NSW Branch was formed in December 1995. The Anxiety Disorders Foundation of Australia is a non-profit, voluntary organisation concerned with the widespread and largely neglected hardship and distress of those suffering from Anxiety Disorders. Individual sufferers and the separate treatment services on their own have been unable to promote and co-ordinate effectively the broad spectrum of treatments and research that is needed to appropriately care for these people.

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    90. Generalized Anxiety Disorder
    More about Generalized anxiety disorder You worry or feel anxious a lotof the time (more days than not). Who gets Generalized anxiety disorder?

    91. Generalized Anxiety Disorder Research
    and Panic Treatment Program of The Family Institute at Northwestern Universityis currently seeking individuals with Generalized anxiety disorder and their
    Anxiety and Panic Treatment Program Tense and Worried Most of the Time? Do you or your partner worry frequently about money, work, health, your kids, or little, unimportant things, even when there is no sign of trouble? Does this worry lead you or your partner to be tense and irritable? The Anxiety and Panic Treatment Program of The Family Institute at Northwestern University is currently seeking individuals with Generalized Anxiety Disorder and their partners to participate in a study. If you are currently bothered by excessive worry and anxiety and and in a committed relationship, you may be eligible for our study. In return for study participation, eligible participants will receive:
    • FREE diagnostic assessment 12 FREE therapy sessions Partners of anxious individuals will receive payment for their time
    For more information or to schedule a confidential evaluation, contact Richard Zinbarg, PhD at (847) 733-4300 ext. 609

    92. About Anxiety Disorders
    Studies also suggest that teens with an anxiety disorder are at risk for developingMajor Depression. How do I parent a child with an anxiety disorder?
    About Anxiety Disorders

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    by Robin F. Goodman, Ph.D. and Anita Gurian, Ph.D.
    Real life stories
    Charlie, now 11 years old , is entering 6th grade in a middle school. Each September since kindergarten the start of school has always been a struggle for him. This year his distress escalated with the added demand of starting in a new school, and by November he missed twenty-six days of school. His academic work has suffered, and his teachers have sent his assignments home. Charlie insists that he can't complete them without his mother's presence. He worries that something bad may happen to his mom while he is in school. Corinne 's mother tried everything she could think of to get her 14-year-old daughter to join an after-school club or accept invitations to parties at classmates' homes. Corinne insisted that she would rather stay home and read; she didn't think she fit in with her friends any more and didn't know what to say to them. When she did venture out with a cousin, it took her hours to do her makeup because she didn't think she looked quite right.

    93. Psybersquare Anxiety
    Complete Index of ANXIETY Articles GENERALIZED anxiety disorder An OverviewTake a look at this information from the National Institute of Mental Health

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    When a person's life becomes this disrupted, he/she may be sufferingfrom an anxiety disorder and could need professional intervention.
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    (Anxiety Disorders Association of America) A nxiety D isorders Anxiety Disorders are the most prevalent health problems in the United States, surpassing alcohol and drug abuse. Affecting one out of every five people, these disorders are complex conditions that can manifest in a variety of ways. Most of us have experienced anxiety at some point in our lives. It is a normal response to threatening situations. Under certain circumstances, anxiety can actually help us to evaluate and mobilize our resources in order to protect ourselves and our loved ones. In moderation, it can also help us to be more efficient and improve our performance in some tasks. However, in excess, anxiety can hinder our abilities and interfere with our daily lives. At extreme levels, it can severely impair our functioning. When a person's life becomes this disrupted, he/she may be suffering from an Anxiety Disorder and could need professional intervention. As Anxiety Disorders present in different forms, it is essential to obtain a proper evaluation by trained professionals who can direct the individual to the most suitable treatment. The

    95. Depression And Anxiety Differences And Similarities
    Distinguishes between depression and anxiety. Also discusses types of depression and anxiety disorders and complications such as sleep disorders and substance abuse.
    What’s in this site? Anxiety : Lists and describes various types of anxiety disorders.
    : Lists and defines types of depression.
    : What happens if anxiety or depression are left untreated?
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    Depression and anxiety disorders are not the same, although at first glance they seem very similar. Depression generates emotions such as hopelessness, despair and anger. Energy levels are usually very low, and depressed people often feel overwhelmed by the day-to-day tasks and personal relationships so essential to life.
    A person with anxiety disorder, however, experiences fear, panic or anxiety in situations where most people would not feel anxious or threatened. The sufferer may experience sudden panic or anxiety attacks without any recognized trigger, and often lives with a constant nagging worry or anxiousness. Without treatment, such disorders can restrict a person’s ability to work, maintain relationships, or even leave the house. Both anxiety and depression are frequently treated in much the same manner, which may explain why the two disorders are so often confused. Antidepressant medication is often used for anxiety, while behavioral therapy frequently helps people overcome both conditions.

    96. Social Anxiety Disorder, Cincinnati Childrens Hospital Medical Center
    Information on what social anxiety disorder is, symptoms, and treatment, providedby Children's Hospital Medical Center of Cincinnati. Social anxiety disorder.
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    What is social anxiety disorder? Symptoms Is it different from being shy? Treatment What is social anxiety disorder?
    Social anxiety disorder is characterized by fear and anxiety in social situations, extreme shyness, timidity, and concerns about being embarrassed in front of others. Social anxiety disorder affects up to 5% of children, and is the third most common psychiatric disorder in childhood. Situations that trigger anxiety and are often difficult for children with social anxiety disorder are speaking in front of the class, talking with unfamiliar children, performing in front of others, taking tests, and interacting with strangers. Children with social anxiety are often lonely, have fewer friends than other children their age, and report symptoms of depression. Children who develop social anxiety before the age of 12 are not likely to outgrow the disorder. Left untreated, many children with social anxiety disorder grow up to be socially anxious adults and continue to have problems in interpersonal situations.

    97. OCD, Anxiety And Depression. Treatment Using CBT - Ross G. Menzies
    Clinical psychologist providing cognitive behaviour therapy for child and adult anxiety disorders, obsessivecompulsive disorder and depression in the inner-west of Sydney.
    Associate Professor Ross G. Menzies has been providing CBT for OCD, phobias, anxiety and depression in the inner-west of Sydney for over 15 years. Professor Menzies completed his B.Sc (Psych), M.Psychol (both with first class honours), then a PhD in clinical psychology at the University of NSW. He is currently Associate Professor of Psychology and Head, School of Behavioural and Community Health Sciences at the University of Sydney. In 1991, he was appointed founding Director of the Anxiety Disorders Clinic, Faculty of Health Sciences, University of Sydney, a post which he continues to hold. He is also the Chief Consultant Clinical Psychologist to that unit. He was a founding member of the Anxiety Disorders Foundation of Australia (NSW Branch), serving on the Board for two years. He is a n Advisory Board Member of the Sydney Anxiety Disorders Practice and is the Clinical Director of Anxpsych, an organisation bringing anxiety management skills to the corporate sector. He is the Head and Director of the Anxiety and Stress Research Group, the University of Sydney. He is the NSW President , and past National President, of the Australian Association for Cognitive Behaviour Therapy.

    98. Anxiety Disorders Association - Home
    The anxiety disorders Association of Manitoba, Inc. (ADAM) was formedin 1986 by and for people suffering from anxiety disorders.
    The Anxiety Disorders Association of Manitoba, Inc. (ADAM) was formed in 1986 by and for people suffering from anxiety disorders.
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    99. - Generalized Anxiety Disorder
    Generalized anxiety disorder Generalized anxiety disorder (GAD) is characterizedby 6 months or more of chronic, exaggerated worry and tension that is
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    Generalized Anxiety Disorder
    Generalized Anxiety Disorder (GAD) is characterized by 6 months or more of chronic, exaggerated worry and tension that is unfounded or much more severe than the normal anxiety most people experience. People with this disorder usually expect the worst; they worry excessively about money, health, family, or work, even when there are no signs of trouble. They are unable to relax and often suffer from insomnia. Many people with GAD also have physical symptoms, such as fatigue, trembling, muscle tension, headaches, irritability, or hot flashes. Fortunately, through research supported by the National Institute of Mental Health (NIMH), effective treatments have been developed to help people with GAD.

    100. Advances In Child And Adolescent
    Advances in Child and Adolescent anxiety disorder Research Fall 2002. Advancesin Child and Adolescent anxiety disorder Research. Gail Bernstein, MD.
    Anxiety Disorder Research - DevelopMentor Search the DevelopMentor DevelopMentor Home Previous Issues AACAP Home Most Recent Articles The NIH Pediatric Research Loan Repayment Program Fall 2002 Advances in Child and Adolescent Anxiety Disorder Research Fall 2002 My Journey as a Clinical Scientist Fall 2002 Choosing Child and Adolescent Psychiatry as a Career: 11 Commonly Asked Questions and Answers Fall 1998 Advances in Child and Adolescent
    Anxiety Disorder Research Gail Bernstein, M.D. The last few years have brought exciting breakthroughs in the area of anxiety disorders in youth. Anxiety disorders in children and adolescents has been recognized as one of the most common areas of pediatric psychopathology. These advances are of great importance because anxiety disorders in children are associated with negative outcomes including peer relationship difficulties, academic failure, and later onset of comorbid disorders including major depression and alcohol abuse. Normative data about anxiety symptoms in the general population are now available. These findings are helpful to the clinician in differentiating "normal" childhood worries from clinical worries. Subclinical anxiety symptoms are very common in the general pediatric population. About 70% of grade school children report they worry "every now and then". The most common worries are related to school performance, illness of self or others, getting teased, making mistakes, or concern about physical appearance. Children with generalized anxiety disorder (GAD) compared to normal children describe a greater number of more severe, impairing worries. Children with GAD have trouble controlling their worry and do not participate in activities to distract them from their worried thoughts. Interestingly, some normal children, unlike those with GAD, recognize their main worry as serving a positive purpose.

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