Anxiety is a normal human emotion that everyone experiences at times. However, anxiety disorders such as panic disorder, social anxiety disorder, and specific phobias can interfere in a person's ability to lead a normal life.

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The Science of Anxiety

Anxiety is a normal response to a stressful or dangerous situation; however, 18% of the population suffer from a anxiety disorder. This video discusses anxiety […] (2:38 minutes)

Anxiety: 5 Symptoms

Five symptoms of a panic attack are included in this short video. Provided by Beating Anxiety. (2:35 minutes)

What Causes Panic Disorder?

Reneau Peurifoy, a marriage and family therapist specializing in anxiety disorders, discusses his understanding of how panic disorder develops, based upon 20 years of providing […] (23:29 minutes)

How to Overcome Panic Disorder

Reneau Peurifoy, a marriage and family therapist specializing in anxiety disorders, presents an overview of an approach he recommends to deal with panic disorder. (33:44 minutes)

Don’t Worry, Be Happy?

Dr. Rami Nader, Psychologist, shares his presentation on generalized anxiety disorder – understanding the nature of worry and anxiety. (55:41 minutes)

Panic Attack Live on Television

ABC anchor, Dan Harris, experienced a panic attack on live television. He shares his personal story about anxiety, and includes interviews of Dr. Oz, and […] (4:32 minutes)

Howie Mandel: Living With OCD

Celebrity, Howie Mandel, shares his personal story about living with Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder on ABC’s 20/20.

Celebrities with Anxiety Disorders

Celebrities including LeAnn Rimes, Emma Stone, Megan Fox, Johnny Depp, and Adele are living with anxiety disorders (1:41 minutes)

Celebrities with Social Anxiety

Celebrities Kim Basinger, Barbra Streisand, and more, share their experiences with anxiety. (6:03 minutes)

Concerned you or someone you love suffers from anxiety?


Complete the Generalized Anxiety Disorder Questionnaire (GAD-7) below.
Only seven questions to quickly determine whether someone may need help.

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Generalized Anxiety Questionnaire (GAD-7)


If an individual has checked off problems that make it difficult to do their work, take care of things at home, or get along with other people, a referral to a behavioral health practitioner is indicated, print out the results to take with you to your appointment.  If you live in Indiana and need help finding a behavioral health provider, visit Find Help or call (800) 284-8439.



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